Default parser for processing geo data. This is the most important parser which handles all geo related data.
Every source field has to be assigned to an input value to get processed by the address parser.
Longitude part of the coordinate
Latitude part of the coordinate
If only coordinates are defined we will process reverse geocoding only. Otherwise reverse geocoding is used as fallback if forward geocoding fails.
A string containing all address information
The single line address string should include at leaset street, street number and city information to get a correct result.
Name of location
Street address 1
#1 row including street address information
Street address 2
#2 row including street address information
Street address 3
#3 row including street address information
Postal or zip code
City or state
Country defined by ISO code or name
You should at least specify one of the following data:
Coordinates (longitude, latitude)
Single line address string
Address components: One of the street address fields and city or postal code
If set to
true the result of the geocoded address will be reseted by the input value. This is useful if your data is more precise than that coming from the geo coder.
Learn more about geocoding and the address output in the data types section.