Metro Address Point Validation Version 1.1.4

The intention of this tool is for data producers to validate their address point dataset against the state address point standard. It was originally created as part of a workflow for counties under the MESB jurisdiction to pre-check their address points before being submitting their data to the aggregated metro address point dataset for use in 911 dispatch systems. Since this tool was designed with an emphasis to support 911 workflows, some validations such as the '911 Duplicate Warning' reference 911. This does not mean the validation is for a specific 911 system but rather it is an additional quality control check which was as requested by the Metropolitan Emergency Services Board (MESB) and may be beneficial for other purposes or workflows.<br/><br/>Counties using this tool can obtain a schema geodatabase from Address Point Data Standard page hosted by MnGeo (link below). To improve the tools speed, it is recommended that counties remove domain records not relevant to their or their surrounding county's jurisdiction. <br/><br/>Address Point Data Standard Page<br/><br/> <br/>

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Last Updated October 2, 2018, 10:02
Created October 2, 2018, 10:02
dsAccessConst None
dsCurrentRef Version 1.1.4
dsModifiedDate 2018-10-01 23:45:38
dsOriginator Metro GIS
dsPeriodOfContent 9/27/2018
dsPurpose The purpose of this tool is to run quality control checks against the state address point standard. Some of the validations such as '911 Duplicate Warning" 'go above and beyond what's documented in the state standard and were develop to support 911 quality control workflows. MetroGIS are using errors and warning for specific 911 aggregation workflows. Validation errors and warnings are provided as information to help improve address point data quality and are not a requirement of any workflow other than those managed by MetroGIS for the Metro Address Point Dataset.<br/><br/>Note: Some users may experience mixed case validation warnings which can be specific to each county's unique data. Users are free to ignore mixed case warnings along with any other warnings reported by the tool.<br/>