Table 1. Get Travel Boundary Input Options




The name of the database that contains the data to use in the search process. Use a valid routing database resource name defined in the Resources section of the Management Console. For more information, see the Creating a Routing Database Resource

Coordinate system

The coordinate system of the input coordinates.

For more information on EPSG codes, see To retrieve a list of supported codespaces for EPSG, you can submit the SOAP request List Supported CoordSys by Code Space from the Geometry Service Demo page at http://<server>:<port>/Spatial/GeometryService/DemoPage.html.

Coordinate format

Specifies the format of latitude/longitude coordinates in the input.

Note: Use this option only if you specify a Latitude/Longitude coordinate system. If the coordinate system is not a Latitude/Longitude coordinate system, set the coordinate format to Decimal.

One of the following:

(90.000000, 180.000000)
Decimal Assumed
(90000000, 180000000). Default.
(90 00 00N, 180 00 00W)
(090000000N, 180000000W)
Pre-Zero Decimal
(090.000000N, 180.000000W)

Default cost

Number of cost units. This can be any double value (includes decimals). The default is 10.

Default cost units

Type of metric you want to use to calculate the travel boundary. One of the following:

  • Feet
  • Hours
  • Kilometers (default)
  • Meters
  • Miles
  • Minutes
  • Seconds
  • Milliseconds
  • Yards

Historic traffic time bucket

Specifies whether the routing calculation uses the historic traffic speeds. These speeds are based on different time-of-day buckets. The data must have historic traffic speeds included in order to use this feature. The data for each country/region has the same bucket definitions, where the speeds for these bucket values may vary. The options are:

The default value. Historic traffic data is not used in the calculation. Instead an averaged speed value is used.
Calculate routes with the peak AM speeds. The AMPeak time bucket is from 07:00 to 10:00hr time of day.
Calculate routes with the peak PM speeds. The PMPeak time bucket is from 16:00 to 19:00hr time of day.
Calculate routes with the off peak (daytime) speeds. The OffPeak time bucket is from 10:00 to 16:00hr time of day.
Calculate routes with the nighttime speeds. The Night time bucket is from 22:00 to 04:00hr time of day.