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I'm a seasoned programmer, but I'm new to GIS in general. I've read a decent amount of ArcPY documentation but haven't seen an example that takes me from raw data to a locator report, from start to finish.

I have all my addresses in a flat file and I want to programatically load them into a DBF, after cross checking their validity, I think? Then I need to add some feature classes? Then I can run a locator report? All of this through ArcPY.

Is that thinking correct and is there a complete example anywhere?

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closed as off-topic by PolyGeo, Fezter, MappaGnosis, BradHards, iant Oct 15 '13 at 9:21

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This question appears to have been abandoned because it has had no activity since it was asked two years ago and its asker has not logged in during the past year. Consequently, I propose that it be closed. – PolyGeo Oct 15 '13 at 4:48