WaypointWithIdType specifies WGS-84-compliant coordinates with an optional alphanumerical ID starting with an alphabetic character:
WaypointWithIdType can be extended with additional properties for intermediate destinations, for example to indicate constraints. Properties are delimited by semicolons:
The type supports the properties described in the following table:
| ||service time|| Defines the time to be spent at the waypoint in seconds, for example, |
| ||appointment|| YDefines a fixed appointment at a waypoint. Appointments require a start time and a service time. The start time must be given in the |
Hours (hh) must be specified as integer values in the range 0..23. Minutes and seconds must be in the range 0..59.
Aappointment constraints require a service time, which is the duration of the appointment, for example
| ||access hours||Defines access hours for a waypoint with the service time needed at that waypoint. The value consists of two timestamps with day, time and time zone information in the format: |
For access hours days (
The first time stamp defines the beginning of the access hours, the second time stamp defines the end of the access hours. The access hours constraints require a service time, which is the length time (to be spent) at the waypoint, for example
| ||partial sequence order||Defines that this way point must be reached before the specified one. The value is |
| ||Name and required capacity of an optional passenger or freight item||Name is arbitrary. Capacity value must fit with the unit of the |
| ||Name and value of an optional passenger or freight item||Name is arbitrary. Value must be in the same currency as the |
To specify an ID for the coordinates for tracking or other purposes, specify an alphanumeric value and a semicolon (;) before the geocoordinates:
The response includes any values you specify in this case.