Problem: Some of the composite address locators are not displayed on the map
In some instances, when generating composite address locators in ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro using the Create Composite Address Locator tool, the matched results are generated successfully, but not all composite address locators are displayed on the map.
The image below is an example. It shows only some of the composite address locators displayed on the map, even though the matched Score field in the attribute table shows more than what is displayed.
If one address locator references data, a feature class with Z- and/or M-value enabled, and another address locator references data with Z- and/or M-value disabled, the composite address locator results show only the matched results from the address locator referencing data with Z- and/or M-value enabled.
Note: All address locators must reference data with the same Z and M geometry types.
Solution or Workaround
To resolve this issue, either enable or disable the Z- and/or M-value for both feature classes. To enable or disable the Z- and/or M-value from a feature class, refer to How To: Remove Z- and/or M-values from a feature class.
After the Z- and/or M-value is enabled or disabled, load the feature class as a Reference Data in the Create Address Locator tool and re-create the composite address locator.
The following image shows all the matched composite address locators displayed on the map after both address locators have the Z- and/or M-value disabled.
- ArcMap Help: Create Address Locator
- ArcMap Help: Creating a composite address locator
- ArcGIS Pro Help: Create Address Locator
- ArcGIS Pro Help: Create Composite Address Locator
- ArcGIS Pro Help: Create a composite locator
- How To: Create a composite address locator
- How To: Remove Z- and/or M-values from a feature class