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Point elevation for snapping 2.5D networks

Question asked by Tobias.Litherlandgeodata-no-esridist Employee on Sep 19, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 19, 2013 by Tobias.Litherlandgeodata-no-esridist

I've got a 2.5D indoor network for an area without any proper Z data. Therefore, the network (covering several floors) uses ordinal elevation values from 0 to 9. The service is being used for simple routing problems from A to B.

My problem is how the routing locations snap to the network. I can't seem to find out how to assign a point to a specific floor (ordinal elevation value) so it snaps to the correct portion of the network. Any tips or workarounds?