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How to set Address Node for Customer

Hi All,

I have requirement of setting the Address node(Address.Root) in customer through code for some specific scenario. I am facing the below error while creating address node :

<Note>Node Address.ROOT cannot be created separetely without node ADDRESS_INFORMATION.</Note>

Can you please let me know if i am missing anything.


Malkit Singh

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    Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 06:53 AM


    Address.Root is created implicitly if an AddressInformation node is created, there is no way to create an Address.Root node instance directly. See also attached BO model as reference ...



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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 11:30 AM

    Hi Malkit,

    Through code you can do something like it to create one address:

    customer = this;


    var addressInformation = customer.AddressInformation.Create();

    var address = addressInformation.Address;

    if (!address.IsSet())

    address = addressInformation.Address.Create();

    var addressRepresentation = address.DefaultPostalAddressRepresentation;

    if (!addressRepresentation.IsSet())

    addressRepresentation = address.DefaultPostalAddressRepresentation.Create();

    addressRepresentation.CityName = "city"

    addressRepresentation.CountryCode = "BR";

    addressRepresentation.DistrictName = "district";

    addressRepresentation.HouseID = "number";


    A customer can have multiple addresses but just one is the default address, if you need it, you can identify it using the flag:

    customer > AddressInformation > AddressCurrentAddressDeterminationProcesses > DefaultAddressDeterminationProcessRelevanceIndicator



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