I created a custom geoprocessing task where you input an address and buffer distance and a few other things. The output is the selected address, selected block groups and results table.
The selected address plots on the other side of the world while everything else is correct. Any idea why the selected address is in the incorrect location?
Can you give a few examples of the inputs and outputs? I can imagine a number of different things that could go wrong with this sort of situation, but there's not enough information to really say.
What does the custom GP tool look like? Did it originate as a python script, or in Model Builder?
It was created in model builder. You have to enter a verified address and a buffer distance. It buffers that address and then selects the census block groups where their centroid is in those block groups. Once the tool is ran in the webapp, the correct block groups are selected and displayed but the address point shows in the wrong location.