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TerraPages Hosted solutions are full functionality web applications that generally provide a SaaS service that is useful to developers and users interested in building locations based services and geospatial applications. Our batch geocoding services are utilised by a range of exciting and innovative apps an online communities.
The TerraPages online geocoder will interactively geocode or geographically locate an Australian address by adding a geographic coordinate (latitude and longitude) to an existing input address.
All requests for batch reverse geocoding through Terra are made by a web application using a URL based HTTP GET request with a set of KVP (key-value pair) based parameters. Currently, the Terra geocoder can operate in three modes:
This mode requires the address to be tokenised or broken down into individual KVP parameters. The requesting URL will have a set of keys such as 'number', 'StreetName', 'streetType', etc. This mode should always return a best fit co-ordinate for each database search.
This mode enables free form addresses to be accepted and co-ordinates returned. The address is simply set in the URL using the 'freeFormAddress' field. The spaces are replaced with '+' delimited markers.
This mode requires the address to be tokenised or broken down into individual KVP parameters. The requesting URL will have a set of keys such as 'number', 'StreetName', 'streetType', etc. This mode of batch geocoding services requires an exact match with the database address or it will fail to return a co-ordinate.
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