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Hmm that is strange. Does this return True? >>> import arcpy >>> 'GetNAClassNames' in dir(arcpy.na) True I don't know how it could be missing, perhaps something could have gone wrong during your install?
You don't really need polygons, and in fact points for your origins and destinations would work better. You can have a point represent a building or parking lot, but it sounds like you're working at a pedestrian scale in which case it might be better to have points for specific building entrances or other such destinations. The most important thing with ...
Network Analyst will automatically snap points (incidents or facilities) to the nearest network edge when you add them if configured to do so; there's no need to do so beforehand. If you want to force it, Snap could be used (requires Standard or Advanced license, directly modifies data so run it on a copy). If you actually want to draw a new line to ...
Per my comment - if you do: Feature Vertice to Point Spline (The ToBreak field should act as a distance field you can use to supply the Z field in Spline) You'll get something that close to what I think you're after.
come across and solved the problem just now cause RouteParameters 's default value of UseHierarchy is True just set UseHierarchy to False RouteParameters parameters = new RouteParameters(); parameters.Stops = stopsGraphicsLayer; parameters.OutSpatialReference = MyMap.SpatialReference; parameters.UseHierarchy = false; routeTask.SolveAsync(parameters);
Since the network analysis is not concerned with specific attributes or properties of the features, only their location on and relation to the network, there isn't really a way to include them as part of the solver output. However, you can take your polygon results, export them to a standalone shapefile/feature class, and then use a spatial join or other ...
First go through my answer here: http://gis.stackexchange.com/a/104262/14435. This will let you understand how to create a network dataset. Go though an Esri KB exercise - I recommend this to anyone who starts working with NA. It won't take much time but will give you all the basics you need to create a network dataset on your own (with your own data). Ask ...
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