I just published a new geocoder service to our test server and tested it. The operations “Find Address Candidates”, “Reverse Geocode” and “Suggest” are working well, but only “Geocode Addresses” doesn’t work and it showed me “Unable to complete operation”. Do you have any idea what reason causes this issue? My geocoder service is a composite geocoder.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for your reply. For test purpose, I just published it to our internal test ArcGIS server. I have admin privilege on this server. That's why I couldn't post the url to you to test because it is internal for now. Do I still need permissions?
I was just wondering about the permissions because usually a geocoder runs against a dataset that is configured with the locator. If that dataset is internal, there may be a firewall block. Try building the geocode service off of a public dataset and see if it doesn't change the outcome.
The dataset had been copied to the internal server automatically when I published the geocoder service. How can I build this service using public dataset? And also, both my computer and the server are within the same intranet and they shouldn't be blocked each other, right?
Try publishing the datasets that you are using for the geocoder to a public service or one that is shared internally from AGOL. I have a hunch that the data sources are causing the issues.
Sorry, it is my fault. For Geocode Addresses operation, the address should be input as JSON format in the "Addresses" item, not only a string, which is why I got the error. But thanks for your reply any way.
Thank you for helping me solve the exact problem I had! The address field needs to be in JSON format as referenced at https://developers.arcgis.com/rest/geocode/api-reference/geocoding-geocode-addresses.htm#ESRI_SECTIO....