Geocoder enhancements . . .

A new version (10.2.114) of the Lite toolset has been released.

This version incorporates the following enhancements:

  • Modified the geocoder so that it will output the Object IDs of all features with a SWO or NEO > 0 as failed geocodes when the ‘Restrict solving where offsets are non-zero’ checkbox is checked on the LRS Geocoding Wizard.
  • When geocoding multiple layers, you can stop processing ALL layers by pressing the Ctrl key while clicking the ‘Stop Geocoding’ button on the ‘Write New Solution to Database?’ dialog.

Enhancements to LRS Attribute Editor dialog

A new version (10.2.113) of the Lite toolset has been released.

This update includes the following enhancements:

  • Modified the LRS Attribute Editor’s merge utility to allow a tolerance when comparing measures for equality (similar to the process of finding adjacent features when moving an endpoint).
  • The feature layer’s name is now displayed in the LRS Attribute Editor’s caption.
  • The LRS Attribute Editor’s treeview now displays tooltips.
  • The text for the selected feature in the Treeview now appears in bold. This will help identify which feature is selected in the treeview when it no longer has focus.
  • Modified the LRS Attribute Editor to address the issue with referent measures that are null.

More mods - Page 2 of Lrs Intersection Table Wizard

A new version (10.2.42) of the Advanced utilities are here.

This version of the utilities addresses the following issues:

  • The Make LRS Intersection Table’s ‘Load From File’ functionality has been modified to retrieve the path to the LRS file correctly when the filename has been flagged in the logging file as ‘Altered’. The error message in the email on 3/17/2014 shows that the LRS file was found because the utility was looking for a filename that ended in ‘.lrs (Altered)’ and no file was found with that extension.
  • Modified the behavior of the Load and Save buttons. The Load button is supposed to return to the location of the folder of the last LRS file imported into the utility. However, it seems that the INI file wasn’t being written to (due to lack of permissions) on Windows 7 computers (and probably Vista before 7). I’ve restored the ability to write the INI file. I’ve also modified the Save button to place the user in one of these folders (in order of preference):
  1. The folder of the last LRS file loaded during the current ArcMap session,
  2. The folder of the Last LRS file written to the logging file, and
  3. The folder written to the .INI file.