Routing API Developer's Guide

IsolineType

An Isoline describes a reached area in isoline computation. It may consists of multiple components and multiple connections between components.

IsolineType defines the following elements:

Element Description
Range xs:string

Range used to calculate this isoline.

Component IsolineComponentType

List of components. Component describes one reached area in the isoline.

Connection IsolineConnectionType

List of connections. Connection may be a ferry which connects 2 islands.

IsolineComponentType

Component represents independent part of the isoline separated by connections (IsolineConnectionType).

IsolineComponentType defines the following attributes:

Attribute Description
id ElementReferenceType

Key that identifies this element uniquely within the response.

IsolineComponentType defines the following elements:

Element Description
Shape GeoPolylineType

Polygon which covers the reached area.

IsolineConnectionType

Connection represents the geometry of special links, which were reached, but not included in the components. (IsolineComponentType). These links are connections like ferries.

IsolineConnectionType defines the following elements:

Element Description
FromId ElementReferenceType

The index of the start component

ToId ElementReferenceType

The index of the end component

Shape GeoPolylineType

Shape of the connection

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