n the previous lesson, we configured the location content type to collect address data using Address Field module. Then we brought in Geocoder module and configured the Geofield on our location content type to use the data from the Address Field. With Geocoder all set to transform that address data, we are now ready to create some new location nodes. Since the process of geocoding addresses happens behind the scenes when a new node is created or when a node is edited and saved, it was important to do this configuration first, before creating any more location nodes. To expedite data-entry, in this lesson, I'll walk through the process of importing a comma separated value text file or CSV file into a Drupal site with Address Field using Feeds.
By the end of this lesson, you'll understand what data you need to be sure and include in your CSV to avoid trouble with Address Field, how to configure a feeds importer, and how to configure the field mapping in the importer with the somewhat esoteric field names that Address Field provides.