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How to: setup automated international address verification via Process Builder

Before getting started:

  • Requires an active verification credits subscription in your organization.
  • The address block requiring verification must be configured in the AddressTools Administration Address Blocks.
  • This feature is only suitable for low-volume data upsertion due to dependencies on ‘future methods’. Check out Scheduled Address Verification for high-volume implementations.

Create a New Process

Navigate to Setup | Process Automation | Process Builder.

Select New.

Provide a Name and API Name.

Set The process starts when to A record change.

Press Save.

Choose Object

Select Add Object to open the Choose Object panel.


Select Find an object…

Choose the relevant Object.

Under Start the process, select the appropriate option for your use case from the available options.

Press Save.

Add Criteria

Select Add Criteria to open the Define Criteria panel.

Name the criteria using the Name Criteria field.


Set Criteria for Executing Actions to Conditions are met.

Under Set Conditions, select the Find a Field and select the associated Address Status field for the address block and press Choose to confirm.


Set Operator to Equals.

Set Type to Picklists.

Set Value to Not checked.

If you want to add more criteria, select Add Row.

Set Conditions to All of the conditions are met (AND).

Press Save.

Add Action

Select Add Action to open the Select and Define Action panel.

Set Action Type to Apex.



Name the action using the Action Name field.

Set Apex Class to Premise Level Address Verification.

Set Country-field API name | Type to String.


Set Country-field API name | Value to the address block’s country field API name.

Set ID of record to validate | Type to Field Reference.

Select Find a field… to open the Select a Field modal.

Select the Object’s ID field.

Select Choose.

Select Save.

Activate and Test

Select Activate.

Select Confirm.


Insert a record into your object with a complete address block and the necessary criteria to meet to rules configured in the Add Criteria section. Once the record has been inserted, you may need to refresh the page to display the updated status,

Contact Us

If you are experiencing any issues with the setup, please reach out to: support@provenworks.com where a member of our team will be happy to assist.


Back to the AddressTools Premium installation walkthrough

Information: what data is sent to ProvenWorks servers when using AddressTools?

This article will cover:

  • AddressTools Free
  • AddressTools Premium

The org details which are public on the partner support interface are sent to us and we receive general org information which is used for licencing and credit verification.

If you use our premise level address verfication or batch verification then address blocks are sent to our servers for processing.

Contact Us

If you have any other questions relating to AddressTools Free or Premium then please do not hesitate to contact us at: support@provenworks.com We will be happy to answer any questions or help with any problems you may have.

Notice: AddressTools “query access to the ValidatedField__c object”

AddressTools Spring’20 Notice

In Spring’20, Salesforce is restricting access to custom settings which had previously been accessible by all users within your Org by default.

If you are experiencing the following error: The current user does not have query access to the ValidatedField__c object or one of its fields which access is required.

You will be required to manually assign the profile with access to the AddressTools custom settings. This can either be done by:

Profile Custom Setting Definitions.

Go to Setup | Profiles | [Profile in Question] | Custom Setting Definitions | Edit. Move CountryComplete Settings and available AddressTools Fields to Validate to the enabled lists. Select Save.

View All Custom Settings Profile Permission.

Go to Setup | Profiles | [Profile in Question]. Search for View All Custom Settings and check it. Save the changes.

Both of the above can either be applied via a Permission Set or directly on the affected profiles themselves.

To find out more about this change and how to configure permission sets, you can read the official Salesforce release notesreleasenotes.doc.salesforce

Contact Us

If you have any other questions then please do not hesitate to contact us at: support@provenworks.com. We will be happy to answer any questions or help with any problems you may have.

How to: update the Fields and Objects available in SimpleImport

SimpleImport caches field and object data on its initial load per Salesforce session. If a field or object is created or edited during that time of an active session, you must log out of your Salesforce org and log in again for the changes to be acknowledged. When you reload SimpleImport in the new session, the changes to the organization’s metadata will become available.