AddressServer in the Cloud

To use the service you will require an AddressServer in the Cloud account.

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Administration

Manage your account / Available datasets / Networking / Firewall and proxy setup /FAQs

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Terms and Conditions

The service is governed by the Service Level Agreement. The data supplied is subject to T&Cs and licences set by the providers of that data.

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Service Level Agreement

The SLA describes your responsibilities and our commitments for uptime and connectivity.

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FAQs

Common questions from end users and developers plus a list of common errors.

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Solutions

Microsoft Dynamics CRM / Sage CRM / Salesforce.com / Javascript Client / FastAddressclient / FastAddress Mobile

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REST API

Our recommended way to integrate is to use the RESTful AtlasLive service. It provides lookup and verification using standard URL requests, plus the ability to customise label formatting and retrieve extra data.

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SOAP API

The alternative way to integrate. It provides search functions, plus the ability to customise label formatting and retrieve extra data.

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SOAP Bankcoder API

SOAP Bankcoder API is a web service used to check bank account numbers and sort codes. It has been tested as SOAP Basic Profile 1.1 compliant, using the WSI test tool.

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Atlas Client API

C based library comprising a range of software modules that access data on Hopewiser's AddressServer. Used to validate an address against a Master Address File, retrieve all addresses from a given postcode/partial address etc.

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Legacy SOAP API

Provided for those upgrading to AddressServer in the Cloud from Hopewiser's original SOAP API. If you are starting an integration you may prefer our new SOAP API.

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AutoComplete API

AutoComplete API comprises a collection of functions that can be used to capture address details by presenting predicted matches for a given query string.

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