Embedding house numbers fix

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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby samex99 » Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:21 pm

It must be blue. I just navigate to an adress with correct housenumber. In the Cartouche they are saved as blue. Perfect!
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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby Rytis » Sun Jul 11, 2010 6:56 pm

Why are numbers 3, 4 and 5 rejected? I don't see any problems with them...

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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby RallyChris » Tue Jun 22, 2010 4:53 pm

What needs to be done to fix ones that fail validation because of bad house numbering at the end of the segments? Or better yet, how do we fix 0 house numbers at the end of segments?

http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=6&l ... TFFFFFTTTT

I presume that this one is red because the updated house number is not between 0 - 9310
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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby QuickOK » Mon Aug 02, 2010 3:33 pm

Hello Support.
I spent an entire day driving around Primary Back roads entering house numbers. I did this to stay out of the city and I manually entered the house numbers directly from the Waze Client in front of each house, so really it's "on-the-ground" validated information. I've included a Superpermalink to the area that I worked on. Some were accepted while most were rejected.

http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=1&l ... TFFFFFTTTT

Most of the rejected house numbers were residential streets or #'s not on Primary Roads.

Also, when entering the house numbers through the update details button in the Waze Client, does it matter if the "#" sign is still there when entering the house number such as i.e #10711?

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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby QuickOK » Tue Jun 22, 2010 4:06 pm

Went back and updated house numbers. Hopefully - fingers crossed - all goes well and I'll be able to add all house numbers within my area. Thanks for the hard work guys/gals.
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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby MarkOnTheRoads » Tue Jun 22, 2010 2:07 pm

support wrote:Most of those that failed, failed because the house number wasn't associated with a street (or to a street with no name),



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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby krankyd » Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:34 pm

RallyChris wrote:What needs to be done to fix ones that fail validation because of bad house numbering at the end of the segments? Or better yet, how do we fix 0 house numbers at the end of segments?

http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=6&l ... TFFFFFTTTT

I presume that this one is red because the updated house number is not between 0 - 9310


Hi Chris - the range of the street is ignored in the new house number scheme.
The problem here is that there's another house number (which was already approved) down the street. The azimuth and street are the same for the red house number, but its right_addr is odd (7143) rather then even below (9458).
Here's the one that was approved: http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=6&l ... TFFFFFTTTT
If you change this one, it should also fix the new house number (which is currently in red).

thanks
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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby krankyd » Tue Jun 22, 2010 6:06 pm

just so we're all in sync:
Blue house numbers mean that they were approved and should be available for search / routing.
White ones mean that they are waiting to be fixed (on the daily procedure) - the next day (assuming the process went through) they should turn to blue, or turn to red - if they were not approved.
Red ones are either rejected ones, or house numbers that were not approved yet. When you save house numbers (on the cartouche) they will turn white, and hopefully the next day - turn blue.

If they go back to red for no apparent reason - please post here with examples.

Chris - I'm checking your question and will let you all know as soon as I have some conclusions.

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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby FrisbeeDog » Thu Jun 24, 2010 4:09 pm

krankyd wrote:
RallyChris wrote:What needs to be done to fix ones that fail validation because of bad house numbering at the end of the segments? Or better yet, how do we fix 0 house numbers at the end of segments?

http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=6&l ... TFFFFFTTTT

I presume that this one is red because the updated house number is not between 0 - 9310


Hi Chris - the range of the street is ignored in the new house number scheme.
The problem here is that there's another house number (which was already approved) down the street. The azimuth and street are the same for the red house number, but its right_addr is odd (7143) rather then even below (9458).
Here's the one that was approved: http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=6&l ... TFFFFFTTTT
If you change this one, it should also fix the new house number (which is currently in red).

thanks


Can you check the numbers in the PM I sent? The are all logical (even vs. odd on the same side of the street) and are all accurate.
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Re: Embedding house numbers fix

Postby FrisbeeDog » Wed Jun 23, 2010 1:13 pm

Still having issues with house numbers not sticking after approval.

Support: I sent you a PM with details.
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