Input Utility Network
The input utility network to which the terminal configuration will be added.
|Utility Network; Utility Network Layer|
The name of the terminal configuration.
Specifies the directionality of the terminal configuration. A directional traversability model means the flow for the terminal will only go in one direction. A bidirectional traversability model means the terminal allows flow in both directions.
The name and directional flow of each directional terminal. A minimum of two terminals must be specified, and a maximum of eight can be specified. The name of each terminal cannot exceed 32 characters. This parameter is required if the Directionality parameter value is Directional.
The name of each bidirectional terminal. A minimum of two terminals must be specified, and a maximum of eight can be specified. The name of each terminal cannot exceed 32 characters. This parameter is required if the Directionality parameter value is Bidirectional (traversability_model = "BIDIRECTIONAL" in Python).
The name or names and valid path or paths for the terminal configuration. For bidirectional traversability, this parameter is required if you have three or four terminals. If you are using directional traversability, one of the terminals must be upstream to have valid configurations. Valid paths must be created to indicate which path or paths in a device or junction object are valid for a resource to travel through. Provide a name for each valid path as well as a value.
The default path of the valid configurations. This will be assigned to new features that have this terminal configuration assigned to their asset type. If no valid paths have been specified, the default path All will be used.
|Updated Utility Network|
The updated utility network.