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GetWebToolInfo

Zusammenfassung

Get information such as the description of the network dataset used for the analysis and the execution limits for a tool in the routing utility services registered with your portal.

Auswertung

GetWebToolInfo allows you to get the tool limits or information for the network data source used by your portal.

Syntax

GetWebToolInfo (service_name, tool_name, {portal_url})
ParameterErklärungDatentyp
service_name

The name of the service containing the web tool.

Valid values are asyncClosestFacility, asyncLocationAllocation, asyncODCostMatrix, asyncRoute, asyncServiceArea, asyncVRP, and syncVRP. The values are case sensitive. If the service_name value is not in the list of supported values, a ValueError occurs.

String
tool_name

The name of the web tool.

Valid values are EditVehicleRoutingProblem, FindClosestFacilities, FindRoutes, GenerateOriginDestinationCostMatrix, GenerateServiceAreas, SolveLocationAllocation, and SolveVehicleRoutingProblem. The values are case sensitive. A ValueError occurs if the tool_name value is not in the list of supported values.

String
portal_url

The URL of the portal containing the service. If a value is not specified, the active portal URL will be used.

(Der Standardwert ist None)

String
Rückgabewert
DatentypErklärung
Dictionary

KeysValues

networkDataset

Provides the information about the network dataset used by the web tool

serviceLimits

Provides the limits for the web tool

The GetWebToolInfo dictionary object keys.

Codebeispiel

GetWebToolInfo example 1

The following code sample shows how to get the maximum number of facilities supported by the Service Area utility service from your active portal.

# The following code sample shows how to get the maximum number of facilities supported by the Service Area utility
# service from your active portal.

import arcpy

# Get the active portal url
portal_url = arcpy.GetActivePortalURL()
print(f"Active portal: {portal_url}")

# Get the tool limits for the tool from the active portal
tool_info = arcpy.na.GetWebToolInfo("asyncServiceArea", "GenerateServiceAreas")
max_facilities = tool_info["serviceLimits"]["maximumFacilities"]
print(f"Maximum facilities: {max_facilities}")
GetWebToolInfo example 2

The following code sample shows how to print the traffic support type for all the cost attributes from your network data source.

# The following code sample shows how to print the traffic support type for all the cost attributes from your
# network data source.

import arcpy

# Get the active portal url
portal_url = arcpy.GetActivePortalURL()
print(f"Active portal: {portal_url}")

# Get the network dataset description from the active portal
tool_info = arcpy.na.GetWebToolInfo("asyncRoute","FindRoutes")
nd_info = tool_info["networkDataset"]
for attribute in nd_info["networkAttributes"]:
    if attribute["usageType"] == "Cost":
        print(f"{attribute['name']}: {attribute['trafficSupport']}")