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IAdvancedIntersectionGeocoding Interface (ArcObjects .NET 10.7 SDK)
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IAdvancedIntersectionGeocoding Interface

Provides access to members for advanced intersection geocoding functions.

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.

When To Use

IAdvancedIntersectionGeocoding is only supported by locators created in ArcGIS 9.3.1 and prior versions.

Use the IAdvancedIntersectionGeocoding interface to inspect the standardization of intersection addresses, and to find candidates for, and match standardized intersection addresses.

Members

Name Description
Method FindStandardizedIntersectionCandidates Generates candidates for a standardized intersection.
Read-only property IntersectionCandidateFields Fields contained by intersection candidates.
Method IsIntersection Indicates if an address is an intersection.
Method MatchStandardizedIntersection Geocodes a single standardized intersection.
Read-only property StandardizeIntersectionFields Fields contained in a standardized intersection.

Inherited Interfaces

Interfaces Description
IIntersectionGeocoding Provides access to members for geocoding intersections.

Classes that implement IAdvancedIntersectionGeocoding

Classes Description
AGSAddressLocator A locator adaptor for the GeocodeServer proxies.
CompositeLocator A locator that contains collection of other locators.
ESRIFDOAddressLocator An address locator that uses the Esri geocoding engine developed prior to ArcGIS version 10.0.
StreetMapAddressLocator A locator that uses the Esri geocoding engine and StreetMap reference data sources.

Remarks

Locators that use the ESRI geocoding engine and that support intersection geocoding support the IAdvancedIntersectionGeocoding interface. You can use this interface to inspect the standardization of intersection addresses and to find candidates for and then match standardized intersection addresses.