Geocoding Address Table with Mulitiple Input Address Fields

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12-03-2020 11:18 AM
JoeBorgione
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ArcGIS Pro 2.6

I have a multi role locator with point address, street address and parcel roles.  My table of addresses includes an Address field as well as a Parcel ID field.  [In theory] if the Address field is <null> the Parcel ID field will be populated.

Can I use two completely different input fields when geocoding this table against the described locator? If so, how?

@ShanaBritt 

@BradNiemand 

That should just about do it....
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ShanaBritt
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The locators created with the Create Locator tool support three address input fields, so if your table has a field with the address and field with the parcel number, you can map both of them in the batch geocoding tools. Below is an illustration using a multirole locator that includes point address, streets, and parcels.

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ShanaBritt
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The locators created with the Create Locator tool support three address input fields, so if your table has a field with the address and field with the parcel number, you can map both of them in the batch geocoding tools. Below is an illustration using a multirole locator that includes point address, streets, and parcels.

ShanaBritt_0-1607057735519.png

 

JoeBorgione
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Thanks @ShanaBritt !

That should just about do it....
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ShanaBritt
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Joe,

I just want to clarify that when you map multiple Address fields in the geocoding tools that during the geocoding process those input address fields are concatenated, so in this case it would be address + parcel id as the input address instead of address and parcel id being separate inputs. A good example of using multiple address fields is when the input table has separate fields for address and subunit, where you can map the field that contains the address to Address and the field that contains the subunit to Address2. Or if you had the house number in a separate field from the street name, the house number field would be mapped to Address and the field with street name mapped to Address2.

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