The Reverse Geocoder Processor for ArcGIS GeoEvent Server is a sample processor that can be used to look up the nearest street address by using the GeoEvent's geometry and a Geocoding Service, such as the ArcGIS Online World Geocoding Service.
The Reverse Geocoder Processor can be used in a GeoEvent Service to take the geometry of the incoming GeoEvent and reverse geocode it against a Geocoding Service to find the nearest street address within a user-defined radius. It appends the fields of the nearest address, if any, to the GeoEvent, generating a new GeoEvent Definition.
- Reverse Geocoder Processor
Building the source code:
- Make sure Maven and ArcGIS GeoEvent Server SDK are installed on your machine.
- Run 'mvn install -Dcontact.address=[YourContactEmailAddress]'
Installing the built jar files:
- Copy the *.jar files under the 'target' sub-folder(s) into the [ArcGIS-GeoEvent-Server-Install-Directory]/deploy folder.
- ArcGIS GeoEvent Server.
- ArcGIS GeoEvent Server SDK.
- Java JDK 1.8 or greater.
- Download the connector's tutorial from the ArcGIS GeoEvent Server Gallery
- ArcGIS GeoEvent Server Resources
- ArcGIS Blog
- ArcGIS World Geocoding Service
- ArcGIS REST API: World Geocoding Service - Reverse Geocode
- World Geocoding Service on ArcGIS Online
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