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Geoprocessing Service Completed Without Returning Geometry in Web Application

Question asked by nels5722 on Feb 16, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 18, 2016 by JQuinn-esristaff

I am attempting to publish a 'Solve Vehicle Routing Problem' model as a geoprocessing tool for use in a Web Application. I can successfully run the tool on Desktop and get output results, but when the geoprocessing tool is used in the Web App as a GPServer REST URL, it finishes with an empty table and no route geometry.

 

I have a simple VRP model consisting of

inputs: orders

            route

            depot (single depot, set as a parameter)

 

outputs: route (set to output parameter)

               stops table (set to output parameter)

               unscheduled stops table

 

I am having trouble figuring out why the stops table and route geometry are not populated when run off of the server. Also, the Depot input parameter does not prompt any fields to be filled out. Any insight or tips into the issue would be appreciated.

 

An image of the model is attached.

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