Location Data Source
Provides an indoor or outdoor position based on device sensor data (radio, GPS, motion sensors). An IPS (indoor positioning system) position is calculated based on radio data and motion sensors. The GPS position is used as a fallback in case an IPS position can't be calculated, or if the IPS position reports a position outside of a building.
Create a new IndoorsLocationDataSource from the given feature table and row in the "IPS_Positioning" FeatureTable. See the ArcGIS IPS Information Model for more information.
An error that describes a problem encountered while starting or running the LocationDataSource. This property is used to notify the user about errors that occur in LocationDataSource. Such errors are critical for LocationDataSource and will cause it stop. If LocationDataSource cannot be started, or it stopped after a successful start, this property will store information related to what caused LocationDataSource to stop.
The ID that identifies a row in the IPS_Positioning FeatureTable.
An error that describes a problem encountered while starting or running the LocationDataSource. This property is used to notify user about transient, non-terminal errors, which occur in IndoorsLocationDataSource. Such errors can influence accuracy of the final positioning. Information stored inside reported error contains useful information about its origin. Unlike LocationDataSource error it does not require IndoorsLocationDataSource to be restarted.