Standard Elements (REST)

Field Definitions

The following data fields are included on all OrderProduct() and OrderCompanyReport() operation responses. Legend: [C] = may be included in a Custom Data product; [M] = may be referenced by the Monitoring process; [M+] = Monitored using an aggregate or attribute XPath.

Name Characteristics
OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { SubjectHeader { DUNSNumber string up to 15 chars. Pattern: {([0-9a-zA-Z]*)}., Optional [C] [M]

The D-U-N-S Number is D&B's identification number, which provides unique identification of this organization, in accordance with the Data Universal Numbering System (D-U-N-S).

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location Location, Optional

Records the address details for a subject. An address is the designation of a place where a subject can be located or may be communicated with, e.g., primary address, registered address, mailing address.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress Aggregate, Optional (Infinite)

An entry loop to allow the recording of a single primary or physical address of the subject in multiple languages and/or writing scripts. For an organization this is the principal address at which the organization is located. For an individual, this is the home address.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { StreetAddressLine StreetAddressLine, Optional (Infinite)

An entry loop which can repeat multiple times to allow the recording of several lines where each address line contains one or more named address elements. Examples of named address elements are Street Name, Street Number, Building Name, Estate Name. They are called “lines” because an addres can be divided into multiple lines. When there are multiple lines the sequence of the lines must be preserved.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { PrimaryTownName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The name of the town or city recognized by the Postal Authority for delivering mail.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { CountryISOAlpha2Code string at least 2 chars. up to 2 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The two-letter country code, defined in the ISO 3166-1 scheme published by International Organization for Standardization (ISO), identifying the country for this address.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { CountyOfficialName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { PostalCode string up to 16 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

An identifier used by the local country Postal Authority to identify a particular geographic location. For example, in Belgium, Postal Code 9000 identifies the town of GHENT.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { TerritoryOfficialName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { TerritoryAbbreviatedName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The shortened name of the locally governed area which forms part of a centrally governed nation. For example 'NJ' for the US State New Jersey within Country United States of America.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { StreetAddressLine StreetAddressLine, Optional (Infinite)

An entry loop which can repeat multiple times to allow the recording of several lines where each address line contains one or more named address elements. Examples of named address elements are Street Name, Street Number, Building Name, Estate Name. They are called “lines” because an addres can be divided into multiple lines. When there are multiple lines the sequence of the lines must be preserved.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { PrimaryTownName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The name of the town or city recognized by the Postal Authority for delivering mail.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { CountryISOAlpha2Code string at least 2 chars. up to 2 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The two-letter country code, defined in the ISO 3166-1 scheme published by International Organization for Standardization (ISO), identifying the country for this address.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { CountyOfficialName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { PostalCode string up to 16 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

An identifier used by the local country Postal Authority to identify a particular geographic location. For example, in Belgium, Postal Code 9000 identifies the town of GHENT.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { TerritoryOfficialName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { TerritoryAbbreviatedName string up to 64 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The shortened name of the locally governed area which forms part of a centrally governed nation. For example 'NJ' for the US State New Jersey within Country United States of America.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Telecommunication { TelephoneNumber { TelecommunicationNumber string at least 1 chars. up to 50 chars., Required [C] [M+]

A sequence of digits used by the subject for voice communication in a public switched telephone network. This sequence of digits includes the area code or city code. Note: This number does not include the International Dialing Code and Domestic Dialing Code.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Telecommunication

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Telecommunication { TelephoneNumber { InternationalDialingCode string up to 7 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The country calling code assigned by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) required to connect to this Telecommunication Number of the subject country when dialing from outside the subject country; e.g., '1' for the US, '44' for the UK, '91' for India.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Telecommunication

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Telecommunication { FacsimileNumber { TelecommunicationNumber string at least 1 chars. up to 50 chars., Required [C] [M]

A sequence of digits used by the subject for voice communication in a public switched telephone network. This sequence of digits includes the area code or city code. Note: This number does not include the International Dialing Code and Domestic Dialing Code.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Telecommunication { FacsimileNumber { InternationalDialingCode string up to 7 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

The country calling code assigned by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) required to connect to this Telecommunication Number of the subject country when dialing from outside the subject country; e.g., '1' for the US, '44' for the UK, '91' for India.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Telecommunication

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { OrganizationName { OrganizationPrimaryName { OrganizationName string up to 256 chars., Required [C] [M]

Text recording a name of this organization in the specified language and/or writing script.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { OrganizationName { TradeStyleName OrganizationNameBaseType, Optional (Infinite)

An entry loop which can repeat multiple times to allow the recording of a name which an organization trades under for commercial purposes, although its registered, legal name, used for contracts and other formal situations, may be another.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { OrganizationDetail { FamilyTreeMemberRole { FamilyTreeMemberRoleText string up to 256 chars., Optional [C] [M+]

Text describing the part that the Subject plays as a member of an ownership structured family tree, e.g., a branch, division, a parent, headquarters, subsidiary, global ultimate, domestic ultimate.

Possible values: Subsidiary; Branch; Division; Headquarters; Parent; Domestic Ultimate; Global Ultimate; Affiliate

Monitor Path: //Organization /OrganizationDetail /FamilyTreeMemberRole

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { OrganizationDetail { FamilyTreeMemberRole { FamilyTreeMemberRoleText@DnbCodeValue Attribute

Possible values: 9159 (Subsidiary); 12769 (Branch); 12770 (Division); 12771 (Headquarters); 12773 (Parent); 12774 (Domestic Ultimate); 12775 (Global Ultimate); 15388 (Affiliate)

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { OrganizationDetail { StandaloneOrganizationIndicator boolean, Optional [C] [M]

When true (set to 1) it indicates that this organization is not a member of a legal family tree. This means it cannot play the role of a subsidiary, parent, headquarters or branch; i.e., FamilyTreeMemberRoleText cannot be present. When false (set to 0) it indicates that this organization is a member of a legal family tree. In this condition the FamilyTreeMemberRoleText must be present.

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { MailingAddress { StreetAddressLine { LineText string up to 240 chars., Required [C] [M+]

Text that records the street address components as it would be presented on an address label. This includes, but is not limited to, details such as street name, street number, building name, estate name.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /MailingAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { Location { PrimaryAddress { StreetAddressLine { LineText string up to 240 chars., Required [C] [M+]

Text that records the street address components as it would be presented on an address label. This includes, but is not limited to, details such as street name, street number, building name, estate name.

Monitor Path: //Organization /Location /PrimaryAddress

OrderProductResponse { OrderProductResponseDetail { Product { Organization { OrganizationName { TradeStyleName { OrganizationName string up to 256 chars., Required [C] [M+]

Text recording a name of this organization in the specified language and/or writing script.

Monitor Path: //Organization /OrganizationName /TradeStyleName

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