As part of the open source address validation project for Infor M3, I just uploaded to the GitHub repository two sample scripts for Infor Smart Office to do address validation in Nordic countries: Sweden (eniro.se), Denmark (krak.dk), and Norway (gulesider.no). I provide the scripts as proof-of-concept for the interested reader to complete to suit their needs.
The script TestEniroGeocode.js uses the Eniro geocode API. This API seems to be best for address validation, and you don’t need an account for it. But it seems to be deprecated, and I was only able to find an old copy of the documentation.
The script TestEniroAPI.js uses the Eniro API. This API seems to be for searching places only, like “restaurants in Stockholm”, and doesn’t seem usable for address validation for M3. Also, you will need an account with Eniro, and you will need to sign in to api.eniro.com to see your account profile, key, and documentation.
Those were two quick proof-of-concepts scripts for Infor Smart Office to illustrate how to use Eniro to do address validation for Infor M3.
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