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Finding locations (ArcObjects .NET 10.8 SDK)
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Finding locations

About finding locations

Once an address locator is ready, developers can use geocoding to find locations on a map. Developers can geocode a single address or a table of addresses to find the location that corresponds to the address or addresses, or even reverse geocode from a point to get the closest address. There are also geocoding properties that can be set. Developers can even create a relationship between a feature class and a table of addresses so that changes to the address table automatically updates the geocoding of the addresses.

See Also:

How to geocode a single address
Sample: Find an address
How to geocode a table of addresses
How to work with geocoding properties
How to rematch a geocoded feature class
How to find the address closest to a point using reverse geocoding
How to reverse geocode point features in a feature class
Sample: Find the closest intersection from a point
How to standardize an address
Sample: Single line address geocoding
How to create a dynamic geocoded feature class