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UtilityTier Class


A logical level within a network. More...

Header: #include <UtilityTier>
Since: Esri::ArcGISRuntime 100.7
Inherits: Object

Public Functions

QString name() const
int rank() const
UtilityTierTopologyType topologyType() const
UtilityTraceConfiguration *traceConfiguration() const
  • 31 public functions inherited from QObject

Additional Inherited Members

Detailed Description

A logical level within a network.

For example, in an electric distribution network, there may be Subtransmission, Medium Voltage, and Low Voltage tiers.

Member Function Documentation



QString UtilityTier::name() const

Returns the name of the UtilityTier.

int UtilityTier::rank() const

Returns the numeric rank of the tier.

It is possible for several tiers to have the same numeric rank. For example, in an electric distribution network, Radial Medium Voltage and Radial Multifeed Medium Voltage tiers would have the same rank. When doing a trace between a source tier and a target tier, the source and target tiers define a upper and lower tier value range for a trace. The trace will stop if it encounters a tier whose rank is outside the range specified by the source and target tiers.

UtilityTierTopologyType UtilityTier::topologyType() const

Returns the UtilityTierTopologyType of the tier.

UtilityTraceConfiguration *UtilityTier::traceConfiguration() const

Returns the default UtilityTraceConfiguration that defines subnetworks within this tier.

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