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    Scott Chang
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    Default ArcGIS10:Correct street reference layer addresses-Edit a street record.Can't rebuid?

    Hi all,
    I have a book "GISTUTORIAL1 Basic Workbook for ArcGIS 10" by W.L. Gorr & K. S. Kurland. I am working on Chapter 7 Geocoding and I am doing Tutorial 7-4 Correct street reference layer addresses =>Create an address locator for CBD Streets (on Page 248), Geocode clients' addresses to CBD Streets (on Pages 248-249), Identify a problem street segment record using Review/Remartch Addresses (on Pages 249-250), Edit a street record (on Pages 250-251), and Rebuild a street locator (on Page 251) - Step 3: right-click PghCBDStreets and click Rebuild. I got the following error: Rebuild Address Locator - Can't rebuild address locator (see the attched file). Please kindly help and tell me where I can find the root of the problem and how to solve this problem.
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    Scott Chang
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    Default Re: ArcGIS10:Correct street reference layer addresses-Edit a street record.Can't rebu

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottChang25 View Post
    Hi all,
    I have a book "GISTUTORIAL1 Basic Workbook for ArcGIS 10" by W.L. Gorr & K. S. Kurland. I am working on Chapter 7 Geocoding and I am doing Tutorial 7-4 Correct street reference layer addresses =>Create an address locator for CBD Streets (on Page 248), Geocode clients' addresses to CBD Streets (on Pages 248-249), Identify a problem street segment record using Review/Remartch Addresses (on Pages 249-250), Edit a street record (on Pages 250-251), and Rebuild a street locator (on Page 251) - Step 3: right-click PghCBDStreets and click Rebuild. I got the following error: Rebuild Address Locator - Can't rebuild address locator (see the attched file). Please kindly help and tell me where I can find the root of the problem and how to solve this problem.
    Thanks,
    Scott Chang
    Just a guess, but you may have to either quit ArcMap or ArcCatalog and rebuild in what ever you leave open. To be sure, close everything, open ArcCatalog and rebuild there.
    Joe Borgione
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    Default Re: ArcGIS10:Correct street reference layer addresses-Edit a street record.Can't rebu

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottChang25 View Post
    Hi all,
    I have a book "GISTUTORIAL1 Basic Workbook for ArcGIS 10" by W.L. Gorr & K. S. Kurland. I am working on Chapter 7 Geocoding and I am doing Tutorial 7-4 Correct street reference layer addresses =>Create an address locator for CBD Streets (on Page 248), Geocode clients' addresses to CBD Streets (on Pages 248-249), Identify a problem street segment record using Review/Remartch Addresses (on Pages 249-250), Edit a street record (on Pages 250-251), and Rebuild a street locator (on Page 251) - Step 3: right-click PghCBDStreets and click Rebuild. I got the following error: Rebuild Address Locator - Can't rebuild address locator (see the attched file). Please kindly help and tell me where I can find the root of the problem and how to solve this problem.
    Thanks,
    Scott Chang
    Scott,

    On the geocoding toolbar there is a dropdown menu listing all active address locators. Whatever locator you are trying to rebuild needs to be removed from that list by selecting manage address locators, then removing the locator from the list in the new window. Once that is done you should be able to rebuild and you can make the locator active again by going back into that manage menu.

    Matt

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