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jborgion
For as long as I can remember (which any more isn't that far back) the rule of thumb for creating geocoding locators was to use data that had all the address components in separate fields.  Is that still the case?   For example; if you are matching against centerlines, you want the pre_dir, name, suf_dir & street type all in separate fields. … (Show more)
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jborgion
Click to view contentArcGIS Pro 2.4.0   I have created a series of address locators using the ArcGIS Pro create address locator tool syntax in python.  In each of them I set set the enable_suggestions option to 'ENABLE'.  However, when I add any of them to an ArcGIS Pro session, the Use Suggestions check box is grayed out.  Is it possible to actually use suggestions… (Show more)
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jborgion
Click to view contentArcGIS Pro 2.4.0   Using the create address locator tool for a dual range style of locator, I get two returns in ArcGIS Pro:     This isn't a show stopper for me, just wondering if this is expected behavior, known 'odd-behavior' or what?  I suspect using old style locators in Pro is the problem itself.   Whenever I use it, regardless of… (Show more)
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jborgion
ArcGis Pro 2.4 and/or ArcGIS 1.6.1   I am attempting to automate the creation of a composite locator using the Create Composite Locator tool/syntax in a python script.  I keep getting error as shown in the title of this thread.   Here is my function:   locatorsDir = r'\\SLCISARCGIS10-T\arcgisresources\common\geocode\test' def… (Show more)
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jborgion
Click to view contentArcGIS Pro 2.4.0   In Scoring options with Create Locator  we discussed changing properties of the new style locators.  Having gone in to Properties pane for a new locator and made some adjustments, I'm still a little fuzzy as to what's going on.   The locator itself is a single role street address with alternate names.Using the locate tool… (Show more)
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jborgion
(2.4.0 ArcGIS Pro) I don't see any way to modify the scoring when using create locator; is this by design?  It appears that minimum match scores are set in the project.  What about published locators?  Can minimum match scores be set once a locator is shared?   If a multi-role locator is created, is there a way to have different scoring values… (Show more)
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jborgion
Click to view contentArcGIS Pro 2.4.0   What is the logic of the 'Match out of Range' setting in a locator created with the create locator tool?  By default it is set to Yes.   I geocoded a table of addresses against a multi-role locator that has Address Points and Street Address roles. When I rematch, there are no candidates found. However, with the same… (Show more)
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jborgion
ArcGIS Pro 2.4.0   In our county we have both incorporated cities as well what we call Metro-Townships.  When creating the street address role with create locators, you are given the opportunity to provide field mapping for Left City, Right City, Left Metro Area, and Right Metro Area.   I have filled in the field mapping fields appropriately but… (Show more)
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jborgion
Click to view contentI have created a US Dual Range with Alt Names style address locator and I'm seeing a problem when I try to match with the alternate names. In an earlier post it was explained that the Alt names table needed map the same fields in the alt names table to the  primary table.   The problem I'm having happens when I create the locator in python… (Show more)
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btsang
Click to view contentBackground: attempting to create a Fishbones layer to validate addresses for our jurisdiction.   I've created a Dual Range Address Locator based off of our road centerlines. I geocoded a table of our addresses then used the XY to Line tool to create the Fishbone from our address points to the geocoded table. For the most part it was successful,… (Show more)
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