This chapter explains the main concepts that you need to be familiar with to efficiently use the location services hosted on the HERE platform:
To efficiently work with , you need to understand how data is structured, stored, and processed in the HERE platform:
A HERE Resource Name (HRN) is a unique identifier for platform resources such as location services, catalogs, schemas, and pipelines. Given below is an example of the HRN of the Search - Autosuggest location service:
The HRN is generated by the HERE platform when the resource is created. Its structure can vary, so you should not try to parse HRNs or infer any meaning from them. Once a resource is created, you cannot change the resource's HRN.
To gain more insight into how a platform-hosted location service works, see the diagram below: