The analysis mode gives you a detailed picture of how an address match came about.
Proceed as follows to analyze a match in the analysis mode:
- Select Compliance Screening – Match handling and open the log entry of an address match.
- Click the Check again with analysis button at the top.
- The Address check window opens.
- As long as you are in analysis mode, your entries and screening results are not logged.
Proceed as follows to navigate in the analysis mode:
- Go to the check result and select the list entry you wish to analyze, then click the Show analysis button.
- The Match analysis window opens. Here you can find the address similarity that was identified along with details on each address field.
- Obtaining more detailed information on a particular address field: In the Match analysis window, go to the Comparison of address fields field group, select a line, and open it.
- Learning more about the preprocessing steps: In the Match analysis window, click on the link of one of the address fields.
- The Preprocessing of XXX window opens, which lists the preprocessing steps of this address.
- Showing analysis data: Back in the Address check window, click the Show general analysis data button.
- This provides information on the name variants of the checked address that Compliance Screening compiled based on your settings. Statistics are also generated about the choice of candidates: the selection of restricted parties that are subsequently compared with each name variant of the checked address.
- Exiting the analysis mode: Click the Exit analysis mode button.
- Your actions from this point forward will once again be logged according to your settings.
- For Germany: If you do not arrive at a clear evaluation, you can obtain a consignee request from BAFA at https://www.bafa.de/DE/Aussenwirtschaft/Ausfuhrkontrolle/Antragsarten/Voranfrage_sonstige_Anfrage/voranfrage_sonstige_anfrage_node.html.
Please provide as much of the information you already know as possible and keep in mind that information provided by BAFA is not legally binding in this context.