GeoCoding with SQL Server and Google

By Bill Graziano on 8 August 2005 | 0 Comments | Tags: Application Design


John writes "When I started trying the new Google Maps API, I discovered it only took longitude / latitude as inputs, not addresses. I've developed a geocoder using SQL Server and free census data that allows you translate addresses into world coordinates. This article walks you through the steps of setting up your own geocoder with sql server." Follow the link to GeoCoding with SQL Server and Google...

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