I have a dataset of about 32000 addresses I have been trying to geocode. Time after time I keep getting the same error message, the one in the title of this thread. I have changed names of columns, tried making it a dbf, tried removing everything but the address information, splitting the data in half to make it smaller. Regardless of what I do i get anywhere from 1%-5% done and I get the error.
I am as well having this problem I have a data set of over 250,000 address. I have tried to do the entire table but that gets no where. Thus I am breaking the data out into sets of 10,000 at a time then seeing how many run then deleting them out of the excel file then running what is left of the 10,000 until I have geocoded all 10,000. I continue to get the error and I would love to know if there is a solution to this error as well as if there is a way I can run a bigger batch or is it easier to just keep breaking them up.
I have deleted all unnecessary columns in the excel file I only have street address (#s and street name), city, state, zip and a unique ID so I can match everything back up after I merge all the shapefiles.
Any help with this would be great thank you.
I am still having issues. I am trying to geocode five years worth of data with roughly 20K records in each year, working for ArcGIS Desktop 10 Service Pack 5 (ArcInfo license).
I have tried the 10.0 North America Geocode Service and 10.0 US Streets Geocode Service.
When I try to geocode from the csv file I get the message "There was an error trying to process this table" with no further information.
When I try to geocode from after converting to a geodatabase table I get a variety of different error messages, including
"Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt" or
"No resource could be found at that address"
But I don't understand because I got two years of data to work. There is nothing different about the remaining three.
Any chance you can provide one of the csv's that bail out?