I've already tried snapping to the network, tried switching end points to any vertex and still don't work. I have even created single layer of my all routes, and then created network layer and still error occurs. Please help me.

On the straight route it works

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but when I try to select after the turn it won't work.

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Warning text:

Warning: No route from location "Location 1" to location "Location 2". Error: No solution found.

Location 1 and Location 2 are replaced with addresses in my province.

My goal is to highlight a route from point to point (like from the border of my province to the harbour; it's a point feature but it isn't shown on screens) and every time when i want to highlight a route, and turn occurs the error appears.

  • Welcome to GIS SE! As a new user please take the tour to learn about our focused Q&A format. Please edit your question to include the error message as text (it's very hard to read on your image), and details about what exactly you are trying to do and what about it doesn't work. Please include the steps you have followed. – Midavalo Feb 22 '17 at 20:02
  • Looks like you need to set up a 'cost' desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/guide-books/extensions/… – Mapperz Feb 22 '17 at 20:03
  • @Mapperz can I ask you what do you mean by a 'cost'? We didn't use network analyst on our activites during my studies and my promoter told me to use it. I just created that road layers and then network layer from them. I' ve read already all GIS tutorials. – MoroEs Feb 22 '17 at 20:20
  • you need the 'network analysis' extension with arcgis which is extra then you need to build your network with resistance (like max mph/kph) etc. – Mapperz Feb 22 '17 at 20:22
  • @Mapperz Well i have it, I' ve already created network but i don' t have any informations about the routes that i've used to build network dataset (obly information that i have is it's length). I just want to highlight a route from first point to the other second. Thats all. And thank you for trying to help. – MoroEs Feb 22 '17 at 20:40

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