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ArcGIS Online World Routing is a standard, no cost service for ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server users


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ArcGIS Online World Geocoding is a set of standard, no cost services for ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server users for internal and non-commercial external use. To use these geocoding services, you need ArcGIS 9.2, 9.3 or 9.3.1.

The World Geocoding services uses the most recent commercial street data from Tele Atlas and provides address geocoding capabilities for North America (U.S. and Canada) and Europe, and world place-finding capabilities, including

  • Address geocoding
  • Reverse geocoding
  • Place finding
  • Limited batch geocoding (1,000 addresses per ArcGIS Desktop user, or user equivalent for ArcGIS Server, per year)

Need to batch geocode more than 1,000 address or use this service for commercial purposes?

Purchase an annual subscription that gives you blocks of 25,000 batch geocodes per ArcGIS Desktop user, or user equivalent for ArcGIS Server. This also allows you to use this service for external commercial use. You need ArcGIS 9.3 or 9.3.1 to access this version of the World Geocoding service.


ArcGIS Online World Routing is a standard, no cost service for ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server usersfor internal and non-commercial external use. To use this routing service, you need ArcGIS 9.3.1.

The World Routing service uses the most recent commercial street data from Tele Atlas and provides point-to-point and optimized routing for North America(U.S. and Canada) and Europe.

The standard World Routing service includes

  • 5,000 routes per year
  • 10 route stops per route
  • 25 barriers per route

Note: the World Routing service does not include the World Geocoding service. If you need to use addresses for start, end, and intermediate points you will need to also connect to the World Geocoding service. For commercial use applications, both services require the purchase of an annual subscription.

Need to create more than 5,000 routes per year or use this service for commercial purposes?

Purchase an annual subscription that gives you blocks of 5,000 routes, including 20 route stops and 250 barriers per route. You need ArcGIS 9.3.1 to access this version of the World Routing service.


ArcGIS Server Web ADF URL: http://tasks.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/services
SOAP API URL: http://tasks.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/services/NetworkAnalysis/ESRI_Route_EU/NAServer?wsdl
Description:

This Network Analyst service (ESRI_Route_EU) enables you to generate routes and driving directions for two or more points in Europe. The service supports multi-point routing with up to 10 stops per request, including option to find best sequence of stops. The service supports the option for route barriers with up to 25 barriers per request.

The routing service is based on Tele Atlas 2007 reference data for Europe and is limited to the coverage provided by Tele Atlas. The service provides routing capabilities, totally or partially, for the following countries: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and Vatican City.

The routing service is accessible through standard ArcGIS APIs including SOAP and REST. The Flex API is updated in version 1.2 and the JavaScript API will be updated in version 1.4 to support Network Analyst routing.

The World Routing service is available at no cost to ArcGIS users for their internal or external, non-commercial purposes. The service has a limit of 5,000 routes per year, including 10 route stops and 25 barriers per route. It is available as afee-based service for each additional block of 5,000 routes, including 20 route stops and 250 barriers per route, that can be used for commercial purposes.

See Using free routing tools on the task server for the URL to use the service in ArcGIS Desktop or ArcGIS Server and to learn more aobut using routing tasks in your ArcGIS application, or see Using the World Routing subscription if you're using the service for external commercial use or for more than 5,000 routes in a year.

Technical Notes:

  • Route Layer Options: The routing service includes two route layer options: Route and Long_Route. The default Route option is intended for typical route requests within a local area (e.g., within a city or between two local cities), providing best-quality routes. The alternative Long_Route option is intended for longer routes (e.g., cross-state or cross-country), providing best performance. While the default Route option can be used for any request, ESRI recommends using the Long_Route option for route requests expected to be greater than ~300 miles between origin and destination (e.g., Paris to Amsterdam) to achieve best performance. You can quickly estimate the distance between route stops before generating the route by calculating the difference in decimal degrees between the points.


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  1. i visit your site n i got more information then other visited last month
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