Event behavior for route calibration

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When route calibration occurs, events are impacted, depending on the configured event behavior for each event layer.

Примечание:

Events are not updated until the Apply Event Behaviors tool is applied after route edits. If you are using conflict prevention, you are prompted to run Apply Event Behaviors before posting can be completed.

Calibration can occur on a route when one or more calibration points are added, edited, deleted, or when recalibration downstream is selected for LRS route editing tools.

Calibration point changes can be added using Location Referencing tab calibration tools, by creating or editing calibration points using create features in ArcGIS Pro, by using Apply downstream recalibration in Location Referencing route editing tools, or by checking the Record calibration changes for event location updates option when running the Generate Routes tool.

Route calibration scenario

This route calibration scenario involves one route with two existing calibration points. A calibration point at existing measure 10 is changed to 15, resulting in recalibrated measures downstream.

Before calibration

Stay Put behavior

The geographic location of the event is maintained; the measures can change.

Stay Put event behavior

Move behavior

The measures from the event are maintained; the geographic location can change.

Move event behavior

Retire behavior

The geographic location and measures are maintained; the event retires.

Retire event behavior

Upstream and downstream sections

Route editing impacts upstream and downstream sections differently. Use the following diagrams to understand how route edits impact events based on the configured event behavior.

The following diagram shows the upstream and downstream sections for the pending edit:

Upstream and downstream sections

The following table details how the calibration editing activity impacts upstream and downstream events according to the configured event behavior:

Behavior Events upstream of calibration point edit Events crossing calibration point edit Events downstream of calibration point edit

Stay Put

Measures on an event update to maintain the geographic location if the event crosses the section between the edited calibration point and the nearest upstream calibration point.

Measures on an event update to maintain the geographic location of the event.

Measures on an event update to maintain the geographic location of the event. If the event crosses the section between the edited calibration point and the nearest upstream calibration point, measures update due to calibration point values changing.

Move

The event polyline shape updates to the new location of measures on the route if the event crosses the section between the edited calibration point and the nearest upstream calibration point.

The event polyline shape is updated to the new location of measures on the route.

The event polyline shape is updated to the new location of measures on the route if crossing a section of the route with a calibration point with measures is updated.

Retire

The event retires if the event crosses the section between the edited calibration point and the nearest upstream calibration point.

The event retires; line events crossing the edited calibration point are not split.

The event retires if the event crosses a section of the route with a calibration point with measures updated.

Примечание:
  • Point events follow the same behavior as line events but don't need to be split.
  • If the Recalibrate route downstream option is chosen, the calibrate route event behavior is applied to the events downstream of the edited portion of the route.
  • If the network contains events that span multiple routes in a line network, the behaviors are applied in the same manner.
  • Since the LRS is time aware, edit activities—such as calibrating or retiring a route—time slice routes and events.
  • If the route is calibrated the same day that it's created and the event behavior for calibrate is set to retire, the events are deleted and not retired.

Detailed behavior results

The following sections detail how event behavior rules are enforced when a route is calibrated.

Stay Put behavior

A calibration point is added to the route at existing measure 10 with an effective date of 1/1/2000. The added calibration point has a new measure of 15 with recalibrate downstream applied and an effective date of 1/1/2005. This calibration has the following effects:

  • Event1 is represented by two time slices because the route recalibrated to the nearest upstream calibration point with measure 5. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005 with the original measures from 0 to 7, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> that stays in the same location geographically but has the new measures 0 to 9 of Route1.
  • Event2 is represented by two time slices because it crosses the location where the recalibration took place on the route. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005 with the original measures from 7 to 15, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> that stays in the same location geographically but has the new measures 9 to 20 of Route1.
  • Event3 is represented by two time slices because it crosses the location on the route where it was recalibrated downstream. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005 with the original measures from 15 to 20, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> that stays in the same location geographically but has the new measures 20 to 25 of Route1.

Before Stay Put event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the route before calibration:

Before Stay Put event behavior
The route measure is 10; add a calibration point with measure 15 and recalibrate downstream.

The following table provides details about the events before calibration:

EventRoute NameFrom DateTo DateFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

0

7

Event2

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

7

15

Event3

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

15

20

After Stay Put event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the route after calibration:

After Stay Put event behavior

The following table provides details about the events after calibration when Stay Put is the configured event behavior:

EventRoute NameFrom DateTo DateFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

0

7

Event1

Route1

1/1/2005

<Null>

0

9

Event2

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

7

15

Event2

Route1

1/1/2005

<Null>

9

20

Event3

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

15

20

Event3

Route1

1/1/2005

<Null>

20

25

Move behavior

A calibration point is added to the route at existing measure 10 with an effective date of 1/1/2000. The added calibration point has a new measure of 15 with recalibrate downstream applied and an effective date of 1/1/2005. This calibration has the following effects:

  • Event1 is represented by two time slices because the route recalibrated to the nearest upstream calibration point with measure 5. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005 with the original measures from 0 to 7, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> that retains the original event measures from 0 to 7, but for which the geographic x,y location moves to the new location of those measures on the route because the route recalibrated to the nearest upstream calibration point with measure 5.
  • Event2 is represented by two time slices because it crosses the location where the recalibration took place on the route. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005 with the original measures from 7 to 15, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> with the same measures from 7 to 15 that move to their new location on the route.
  • Event3 is represented by two time slices because it crosses the location on the route where it was recalibrated downstream. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005 with the original measures from 15 to 20, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> with measures from 15 to 20 that move to their new location on the route.

Before Move event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the route before calibration:

Before Move event behavior

The following table provides details about the events before calibration:

EventRoute NameFrom DateTo DateFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

0

7

Event2

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

7

15

Event3

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

15

20

After Move event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the route after calibration:

After Move event behavior

The following table provides details about the events after calibration when Move is the configured event behavior:

EventRoute NameFrom DateTo DateFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

0

7

Event1

Route1

1/1/2005

<Null>

0

7

Event2

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

7

15

Event2

Route1

1/1/2005

<Null>

7

15

Event3

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

15

20

Event3

Route1

1/1/2005

<Null>

15

20

Retire behavior

A calibration point is added to the route at existing measure 10 with an effective date of 1/1/2000. The added calibration point has a new measure of 15 with recalibrate downstream applied and an effective date of 1/1/2005. This calibration has the following effects:

  • Event1 retires because the route recalibrated to the nearest upstream calibration point with measure 5.
  • Event2 retires because it crosses the location where the recalibration took place on the route.
  • Event3 retires because it crosses the location on the route where it was recalibrated downstream.

Before Retire event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the route before calibration:

Before Retire event behavior

The following table provides details about the events before calibration:

EventRoute NameFrom DateTo DateFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

0

7

Event2

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

7

15

Event3

Route1

1/1/2000

<Null>

15

20

After Retire event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the route after calibration:

After Retire event behavior

The following table provides details about the events after calibration when Retire is the configured event behavior:

EventRoute NameFrom DateTo DateFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

0

7

Event2

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

7

15

Event3

Route1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

15

20

Detailed behavior results on routes in a line network with events that span routes

The following sections detail how event behavior rules are enforced when a route on a line in a line network is calibrated.

Примечание:

Events are not updated until the Apply Event Behaviors tool is applied after route edits. If you are using conflict prevention, you are prompted to run Apply Event Behaviors before posting can be completed.

Stay Put behavior

A calibration point is added to the route at existing measure 28 with a new measure value of 31 and an effective date of 1/1/2005. Recalibrate downstream is not applied. This calibration has the following effects:

  • Event1 is represented by two time slices. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005, with the original measures of 0 on Route1 to 30 on Route3, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> that stays in the same location geographically but have the new measures 0 on Route1 to 33 on Route3.
  • Event2 is represented by two time slices. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005, with the original measures of 30 on Route3 to 48 on Route4, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null> that stays in the same location geographically but have the new measures 33 on Route3 to 48 on Route4.

Before Stay Put event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the routes before calibration:

Примечание:

Calibration points affect only the route on which they are added or updated.

Before Stay Put event behavior

The following table provides details about the events before calibration:

Event IDFrom DateTo DateFrom RouteIDTo Route IDFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

1/1/2000

<Null>

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event2

1/1/2000

<Null>

Route3

Route4

30

48

After Stay Put event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the routes after calibration:

After Stay Put event behavior

The following table provides details about the events after calibration when Stay Put is the configured event behavior:

Event IDFrom DateTo DateFrom RouteIDTo Route IDFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event1

1/1/2005

<Null>

Route1

Route3

0

33

Event2

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

Route3

Route4

30

48

Event2

1/1/2005

<Null>

Route3

Route4

33

48

Move behavior

A calibration point is added to the route at existing measure 28 with an effective date of 1/1/2005. The added calibration point has a new measure of 31 without recalibration downstream applied.

  • Event1 is represented by two time slices. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005, with the original measures of 0 on Route1 to 30 on Route3, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null>, also with measures 0 on Route1 to 30 on Route3. The measure 30 moves to the new geographic location of the measure on Route3.
  • Event2 is also represented by two time slices. There is a time slice from 1/1/2000 to 1/1/2005, with the original measures of 30 on Route3 to 48 on Route4, and a time slice from 1/1/2005 to <Null>, also with measures of 30 on Route3 to 48 on Route4. The measure 30 moves to the new geographic location of the measure on Route3.

Before Move event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the routes before calibration:

Before Move event behavior

The following table provides details about the events before calibration:

Event IDFrom DateTo DateFrom RouteIDTo Route IDFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

1/1/2000

<Null>

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event2

1/1/2000

<Null>

Route3

Route4

30

48

After Move event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the routes after calibration:

After Move event behavior

The following table provides details about the events after calibration when Move is the configured event behavior:

Event IDFrom DateTo DateFrom RouteIDTo Route IDFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event1

1/1/2005

<Null>

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event2

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

Route3

Route4

30

48

Event2

1/1/2005

<Null>

Route3

Route4

30

48

Retire behavior

A calibration point is added to the route at existing measure 28 with a new measure value of 31 and an effective date of 1/1/2005. Recalibrate downstream is not applied. This calibration has the following effects:

  • Event1 retires because it intersects with the route that is recalibrated.
  • Event2 retires because it intersects with the route that is recalibrated.

Before Retire event behavior

The following diagram provides details about the routes before calibration:

Before Retire event behavior

The following table provides details about the events before calibration:

Event IDFrom DateTo DateFrom RouteIDTo Route IDFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

1/1/2000

<Null>

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event2

1/1/2000

<Null>

Route3

Route4

30

48

After Retire event behavior

Both events are impacted so both events are retired.

The following diagram provides details about the routes after calibration:

After Retire event behavior

The following table provides details about the events after calibration when Retire is the configured event behavior:

EventFrom DateTo DateFrom RouteIDTo Route IDFrom MeasureTo Measure

Event1

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

Route1

Route3

0

30

Event2

1/1/2000

1/1/2005

Route3

Route4

30

48