Serge, That is precisely what I want! Any ideas on how to accomplish that?
Thanks! Floyd On Feb 28, 2013, at 2:52 PM, Serge Fonville <serge.fonvi...@gmail.com> wrote: > HI, > > It seems like you want something according to the following > > you know your start long/lat > you can determine the long/lat arround it > for every of those you determine the route. > if you follow that route you know the house you find > otherwise you can use an increasing circle and if it finds an address on the > location, you may be able to determine which of the points in the circles > (which increase in size) is closest. > > Does that match what you want? > If not, could you further elaborate what you want exactly? > > Kind regards/met vriendelijke groet, > > Serge Fonville > > http://www.sergefonville.nl > > Convince Microsoft! > They need to add TRUNCATE PARTITION in SQL Server > https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/417926/truncate-partition-of-partitioned-table > > > 2013/2/28 Floyd Resler <fres...@adex-intl.com> > > > > On Feb 28, 2013, at 1:04 PM, kenrb...@rbnsn.com wrote: > > > On 28.02.2013 12:36, Floyd Resler wrote: > >> I have a project where my client would like to find the nearest > >> street address from where he current is. Getting the longitude and > >> latitude is easy enough but I'm having a hard time finding out how to > >> get the nearest house. I have found a lot of solutions for addresses > >> maintained in a database but these addresses won't be in a database. > >> I thought about just querying Google for each longitude and latitude > >> within in a small circle but my math skills are nowhere near good > >> enough to accomplish that. Anyone have any ideas? > >> > >> Thanks! > >> Floyd > > > > > > Have you tried Google Maps reverse geocoding? > > https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/geocoding/#ReverseGeocoding > > > > Ken > > > That's what I'm doing but I need to find the closest say five houses to the > current latitude and longitude coordinates. > > Thanks! > Floyd > >