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I have created a multimodal network that works fine in Desktop, but my question is more related to publishing a multimodal network dataset as a network service. I have looked for an example of this, but have failed to find one. When the multimodal dataset is published, I have entered x,y coordinates already confirmed and working in Desktop, yet I am receiving an error when I try to return the route saying the stops are not valid. Do I need to send an attribute with the feature to identify which mode that geometry should snap to? I am using ArcGIS 10.1 REST API.

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I think you do need to specify which lines the points should snap to, because I have had that error several times, and only after zooming in very close I saw that the newly added stops were not snapped to a transport line. – Cindy Williams-Jayakumar Dec 21 '12 at 6:20

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