Was hoping to see unit #'s get their own column in my output file, but that's not happening for *most* records. Am I doing something wrong?
Is the data set standardized in some way? Does 'Unit' always come before the unit #?
It really isn't Mitch. It's pretty sloppy. I've actually regressed since I've posted this, and now I can't seem to get a successful standardize run at all. I keep getting 483 errors (wrong locator style).
I've been playing with all the different locator styles, including city state zip, not include them...
I'm fine if the standardizer doesn't work for all records, I just can't have it crapping out because of 1 without telling me why.
Is there somewhere I can go to find out exactly which record I'm giving it that is causing it to **** out? Is there a setting where I can just tell it to skip errors and move on to the next address?
I've added the 483 error message that's close to the worst error I've ever gotten. Why wouldn't it say what went wrong? Invalid character? end of file not found? Null address? If I had hair, I'd be pulling it.
So, I've reduced my dataset to a single record, and I'm still getting the 483 issue. I'm beginning to think there's an issue with ArcGIS.
"1456 W Newpark Blvd 302"
"Address standardization failed."
Really? That's a softball address. WTF is going on here?
I can't help there, Greg. I'm not familiar with the "Address Standardization" process.
Try the "US Address - Single House Subaddress" 10.5.1/Pro 2.0 style, sample run attached.
Message from my run:
MessagesExecuting: StandardizeAddresses Addresses Address "US Address - Single House Subaddress" HouseNum;PreDir;PreType;StreetName;SufType;SufDir;SubAddrType;SubAddrUnit C:\Temp\Utah.gdb\Addresses_StandardizeAddress StaticStart Time: Tue Dec 19 14:27:30 2017Executing Standardize Addresses...Succeeded at Tue Dec 19 14:27:33 2017 (Elapsed Time: 2.57 seconds)
Standardization can be a little flakey finding components.
Hmmmm.. Utah.gdb? Oh those pioneers and thier addresses..... ( )
Hey gang. Thanks for the ideas. Here's what was happening...
I was exporting my table to a CSV file. I had to do this iteratively as the first draft of the CSV wasn't quite right. I deleted the CSV file, but NOT the schema.ini file. The pre-existence of the schema.ini file in the same directory was causing the 483 error.
That was it. Delete the schema.ini as well as the output file, and everything works just fine. (Or choose a new destination folder every time you export.)
Retrieving data ...