Batch job configuration

Display the actual configuration:

When you create a batch job, a default configuration will be added, this can be changed by the following paramter.

To view the configuration settings for the batch job, you must call the action configure with the a request-Id or batch-job-name:



Change the configuration:

To change the configuration use the following parameter.


All addresses will be geocoded and a position (latitude/longitude) will be added to the database. In addition, each position is assigned an accuracy level, which is the quality feature of the addresses, i.e. how exactly the position matches the specified address.

There are 6 levels:

Depending on the given values only those addresses will be used for the project which have a higher quality value than the set one!

The default settings are postal code for customer addresses and house accuracy for destination addresses!


<accuracy>-Werte: 10 (manual), 8 (house), 6 (street), 5 (postal), 4 (city)


Type of the route:

There are different types of routings that can be setted by routing_type. For example you can choose to use the fastest or the shortest route.


Possible parameter: 


More Routes on NAVImaps (max. 5 routes): (default: 1)

Up to 5 routes can be drawn into NAVImaps.


Max. Distance: (default: ∞)

Specifying the max. Distance to the destination.


Unit: (default: m)

Unit in which the distance is specified.


Design of maps

Size of maps

First the unit for maps must be specified, after that the size for the maps must be defined.

Map size:

Map unit:


Figure of the route (Color/width/transparency)

Icon selection (start/finish)

Size of an icon (start/finish)

<value> can be an integer value that is adjusted relative to the map size. Default is "0"! Example: -2, 3, 5.

<value> can be a percentage value from 1% to 100%. Default is "100%"!

If a percentage value is passed, the % character must be url-encoded: Example for "90%" =>"90%25".


Sample request for a configuration

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>






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