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Can I send another reverse geocode request with forStorage=true if I want to save the previous reverse geocode?

Question asked by cleversprocket on Jan 15, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 16, 2015 by bniemand-esristaff

I'm using the reverse geocoder to fetch results against my database. I'm not storing the geocode result in my database so I leave the default forStorage value as false. However, If my database doesn't have the location that the reverse geocode returns, can I do another request to the geocode service with the for storage parameter set to true and then save that result?


I'm also under the assumption that using the reverse geocode service to fetch records against my database is not against the terms of service. I'm I correct here?


I'm using the free developer plan now and will start paying for a subscription when the app goes live.