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rdunsmore
Click to view contentHi everyone,     I just had an interrupted session and have had to hit the next button ~900 times to get back to where I was up to before my session was interrupted... is there a way to jump to a record that is not immediately obvious?   It would be great to see options similar to what we had in arcmap that allow you to jump to a record of… (Show more)
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Stephanie.Bosits_newjersey
Click to view contentI am attempting to create an address locator in ArcMap 10.5.1 using road centerline data and the US Dual Range Addresses stylesheet. Our road center line data has a left and right postal community name field. I would like to include an alternate city name table for both the left and the right, but I only see the ability to add one alternate name… (Show more)
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jborgion
ArcGIS 10.6.1   I am trying to (re) create a python script that creates our locators as a scheduled task.  I'm running into a problem when creating a US Address - Single House; I get the above error.   I've tried several different approaches (os.path.join(), .format()) that toss the same error. I opened the help page and followed the example… (Show more)
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jborgion
I am trying to create a Dual Range address locator using center lines  with an alternate names table in ArcGIS 10.6.1 as well as ArcGIS Pro 2.4.  Neither of them work for me.  I am successful when I use the Pro 2.4 Create Locator tool and provide the exact same data in the appropriate roles.     Anyone else have this issue?   Shana Britt
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jborgion
Click to view contentArcGIS 10.6.1; data source is a point feature class in a file geodatabase   I have created a Single Field Address Locator to which I am matching addresses that are in the form 1234 S MAIN ST.  However, here in Utah we have numeric streets, not just named streets so many address may be in the form of   50 W 200 S   The data the locator uses are… (Show more)
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