Network Data Source
The network dataset or service on which the network analysis will be performed. Use the portal URL for a service.
|Network Dataset Layer;String|
The name of the network analysis layer to create.
The name of the travel mode to use in the analysis. The travel mode represents a collection of network settings, such as travel restrictions and U-turn policies, that determine how a pedestrian, car, truck, or other medium of transportation moves through the network. Travel modes are defined on your network data source.
An arcpy.na.TravelMode object and a string containing the valid JSON representation of a travel mode can also be used as input to the parameter.
The impedance value at which to stop searching for destinations for a given origin. This value will be in the units of the impedance attribute used by your chosen travel mode. No destinations beyond this limit will be found. This cutoff value can be overridden on a per-origin basis by specifying individual cutoff values in the origins sublayer. By default, no cutoff is used for the analysis.
Number of Destinations to Find
The number of destinations to find per origin. This default can be overridden by specifying an individual value for the TargetDestinationCount property in the origins sublayer. By default, no limit is used, and all destinations are found.
Time of Day
The departure time from origins.
If you have chosen a traffic-based impedance attribute, the solution will be generated given dynamic traffic conditions at the time of day specified here. A date and time can be specified as 5/14/2012 10:30 AM.
Instead of using a particular date, a day of the week can be specified using the following dates:
The time zone of the Time of Day parameter.
Specifies the output line shape.
No matter which output shape type is chosen, the best route is always determined by the network impedance, never Euclidean distance. This means that only the route shapes are different, not the underlying traversal of the network.
A list of cost attributes to be accumulated during analysis. These accumulated attributes are for reference only; the solver only uses the cost attribute used by your designated travel mode when solving the analysis.
For each cost attribute that is accumulated, a Total_[Impedance] property is populated in the network analysis output features.
This parameter is not available if the network data source is an ArcGIS Online service or the network data source is a service on a version of Portal for ArcGIS that does not support accumulation.
Ignore Invalid Locations at Solve Time
Specifies whether invalid input locations will be ignored. Typically, locations are invalid if they cannot be located on the network. When invalid locations are ignored, the solver will skip them and attempt to perform the analysis using the remaining locations.
|Network Analyst Layer|
The newly created network analysis layer.
|Network Analyst Layer|