Enumerates types of geodetic curves for use in geodetic GeometryEngine operations.
The GeodeticCurveType can be one of:
|GeodeticCurveType::Geodesic (0)||The shortest line between any two points on the Earth's surface on a spheroid (ellipsoid).|
|GeodeticCurveType::Loxodrome (1)||A line of constant bearing, or azimuth. Straight line is a rhumb line.|
|GeodeticCurveType::GreatElliptic (2)||The line on a spheroid (ellipsoid) defined by the intersection at the surface by a plane that passes through the center of the spheroid and the start and end points of a segment. This is also known as a great circle when a sphere is used.|
|GeodeticCurveType::NormalSection (3)||Straight line is a normal section.|
|GeodeticCurveType::ShapePreserving (4)||Keeps the original shape of the geometry or curve.|