gamdb create

The gamdb create command creates and configures Global Addressing Module databases.

Usage

gamdb create --n Name --d Dataset Name --v Dataset Vintage --c Country --t Type --g Group --p Poolsize
Required Argument Description
Yes --n Name Specifies the name of the database resource to create.
Yes --d Dataset Name Specifies the name of the SPD dataset.
Yes --v Dataset Vintage Specifies the vintage of the dataset.
No --c Country Specifies the three-digit ISO code for each country to include in the databases specified by the "t" option (type of SPD) where Countries is a list of three-digit ISO codes separated by semicolons. For more information about ISO codes, see the Spectrumâ„¢ Addressing Guide.
Yes --t Type Specifies the type of dataset.
GAV
Global Address Validation dataset.
GTA
Global Type Ahead dataset.
Yes --g Group Specifies the coder for Global Address Validation.
Global
Global Address Validation International coder.
US
Global Address Validation US coder.
No --p Poolsize Specifies the maximum number of concurrent requests you want this database to handle. The default is 4.

Example

This example creates a Global Addressing Validation database for Germany named "GAV_DEU" using the database resource "GAV_EMEA" with a December 2016 vintage and the International coder. This example configures the GAV_DEU database with a pool size of 5.

gamdb create --n GAV_DEU --d GAV_EMEA --v DEC2016 --c DEU --t GAV --g Global --p 5

Example

This example creates a Global Type Ahead database for Austria named "GTA_AUT using the database resource "GTA_EMEA" with a December 2016 vintage. This example configures the GTA_AUT database with a pool size of 6.

gamdb create --n GTA_AUT --d GTA_EMEA --v DEC2016 --c AUT --t GTA --p 6