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I am trying to include the Network Analyst tool into an Android application. I have published the tool on ArcGIS Server and I integrate its URL address to use it. On the same time, I import a MapServer which display my network with all the layers needed to make NA work.

I tried to create a GeoProcessor and to input the tool in it and then execute it, but it doesn't work and I haven't found any clues on the web...

Does anyone has an idea about how to deal with this ?

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Are you using a geoprocessing service or are you trying to use the NAServer endpoints? If you are trying to use the NAServer endpoints, I do not see any tasks for Route, ServiceArea, etc. in the API. I do see a gp task, but you will need to be working with a geoprocessing service to be able to use it with the API, not a NAServer service.

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Ok thanks for the answer ! I will try it this way and create a GP service and see if I can deal with this. – Sam Jul 30 '11 at 17:09
So i have created a GP service and published it on my ArcGIS Server. It works well locally.But when I try to import it and use it, it simply don't work. Without any error... I assume that this should come from the parameters I give, but I don't know how to deal with this... Any idea ? – Sam Aug 1 '11 at 19:07
Do you have your GP serviced configured the recommended way? Here is how ESRI says to do… Did you publish as part of an MXD or as a toolbox? – Jamie Aug 1 '11 at 22:08

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