Thetype exposes the following members.
First address field. Typically this could be a unit number or street number.
Second address field. Typically this could be the street name.
Third address field. Typically this could be the suburb, city or town.
Name of the person who can be contacted at the address.
Name of the country that the address exists within.
Description of the supplier account address. This may be used as a label to help a person identify with the address.
Data Record OPeration. Denotes an operation that may need to be performed on the record when it is being processed. Set null, or set it to one of the ESD_RECORD_OPERATION constants in the ESDocumentConstants class to allow the record to be inserted, updated, deleted, or ignored.
Fax number of the address. Its preferable to set fax numbers that can be dialled from anywhere internationally.
Code that denotes the freight location or freight data associated to the address.
Stores an identifier that is relevant only to the system referencing and storing the record for its own needs.
Either 'N'-No or 'Y'-Yes If 'Y' then indicates that the address may be used by the supplier account where it delivers goods from.
Either 'N'-No or 'Y'-Yes If 'Y' then indicates that the address is the primary address assigned to the supplier account. Typically a primary address would be the account's billing address.
Key that allows the supplier account address record to be uniquely identified and linked to.
Key of the supplier account record that the address record is linked to.
Name of the organisation that the address is associated to.
Phone number of the address. Its preferable to set phone numbers that can be dialled from anywhere internationally.
Postcode or zipcode of the address.
Name of the region/province/state that the address exists within.