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Does travel mode Walking have restriction on distance?

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GKmieliauskas
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When trying to solve route with travel mode "Walking" sometimes I get error message: "Distance between stops is too large to solve using the walking travel mode". The same routing service from web doesn't throw such error message. Is it native application library restriction? I can't say exactly but restriction distance could be about 50 km.

Environment: .Net8, Esri.ArcGISRuntime.Maui 200.4 

 

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Yes, this is a limitation in the ArcGIS Runtime. When using walking mode, the total extent of all stops must be less than 50 miles. This limit exists because walking travel mode performs a non-hierarchical solve, which can be computationally intensive. Therefore, the code restricts the extent to reduce the load. We allow this on the server/pro version because they would be running on desktop/server machines with more resources, unlike the ArcGIS Runtime, which may operate on devices with fewer resources, such as phones.

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Yes, this is a limitation in the ArcGIS Runtime. When using walking mode, the total extent of all stops must be less than 50 miles. This limit exists because walking travel mode performs a non-hierarchical solve, which can be computationally intensive. Therefore, the code restricts the extent to reduce the load. We allow this on the server/pro version because they would be running on desktop/server machines with more resources, unlike the ArcGIS Runtime, which may operate on devices with fewer resources, such as phones.

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