|Bug ID Number
|Submitted||January 28, 2015|
|Last Modified||March 30, 2022|
|Applies to||ArcGIS for Desktop|
|Operating System||Windows OS|
After review by the development team, it has been determined that this issue is related to a known limitation with the software that lies outside of Esri's control. The issue's Additional Information section may contain further explanation.
ArcMap crashes or stops responding when geocoding a table with 1 million records using the USA and USA_ZIP4 address locators from StreetMap Premium North America NAVTEQ 2014 Release 1.
There are two bugs associated with this behavior, resulting in the following problems:
• BUG-000082007: When using the Geocode Addresses tool, the tool stops responding and returns the following error:
"ERROR 999998: Unexpected Error.
Failed to execute (GeocodeAddresses)."
• BUG-000082003: When geocoding from the Table of Contents in ArcMap, ArcMap crashes.
The behavior does not occur at version 10.2.2 or with smaller tables.
The cause is unknown.
- In either ArcMap or ArcCatalog, enable background processing from the Geoprocessing menu > Geoprocessing Options.
- Launch the Geocode Addresses tool from ArcToolbox > Geocoding Toolbox to geocode the table with the USA or USA_ZIP4 composite address locator.
Steps to Reproduce