how to seperate the address field and sort on their names

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how to seperate the address field and sort on their names

hello,

i have a table where address column are having rows like

  EmpNo, Address

  1. "1542 Tarlac Parkway"
  2. 900 Santiago de Compostela Parkway
  3. 1417 Lancaster Avenue

so, i want to create a target table where the address is stored like parkway = "PK", Avenue= "AV", Street = "St", Palace="PL" 

 

plz help.

 

 

 

 


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Re: how to seperate the address field and sort on their names

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Re: how to seperate the address field and sort on their names

Hi,

 

    You can use replace functions based on a lookup list you have created to change the address to the new formats. But I would strongly suggest to always use standardized versions of addresses.

 

    If the root cause of the query is to standardize the address, you can use taddressrowcloud component to perform the task. There are multiple options available in the component (like using Google, Experian QAS. Loqate, MelissaData reference data) and it will be seamless rather than creating altogether new standardization rules.

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Below scenario can help you further regarding standardization of data.

 

https://help.talend.com/reader/ma7umU76mX4y~4M03EGm9w/xu57F3mavYNOCR8vO3bCZQ

 

 

Warm Regards,

 

Nikhil Thampi

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Re: how to seperate the address field and sort on their names

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Employee

Re: how to seperate the address field and sort on their names

Hi,

 

    You can use replace functions based on a lookup list you have created to change the address to the new formats. But I would strongly suggest to always use standardized versions of addresses.

 

    If the root cause of the query is to standardize the address, you can use taddressrowcloud component to perform the task. There are multiple options available in the component (like using Google, Experian QAS. Loqate, MelissaData reference data) and it will be seamless rather than creating altogether new standardization rules.

image.png

Below scenario can help you further regarding standardization of data.

 

https://help.talend.com/reader/ma7umU76mX4y~4M03EGm9w/xu57F3mavYNOCR8vO3bCZQ

 

 

Warm Regards,

 

Nikhil Thampi

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