I have a Microsoft Access program that moves through a pushpin dataset to determine the matching method of each pushpin and print out a report of those pushpins that could not be matched to a specific street address. I believed that checking the MatchingMethod property would let me know if an exact street address match had been made by MapPoint. However, I have found two pushpins located in the same place on my map but in reality, the businesses are about 1/2 mile apart. Both pushpin dataset records show that the MatchingMethod was geoByStreetAddress but MapPoint 2004 does not apparently have the addresses in its database so it picked a location along the street and mapped both addresses at that point.
Is there a way to tell if a match was made by the numerical street address and not just by the name of the street. We want to give customers directions to businesses but we can't if we can not rely on the pushpins being mapped to an actual street address. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.