Manage Flag (Network Diagrams)


The manageFlag operation is performed on a Diagram resource. This operation returns the moment the manageFlag operation happens when it applies on a stored diagram.

It is used to add or remove root junction, end junction, pivot junction and barrier flags on a particular diagram feature.

The ArcGIS Utility Network Management extension is required to use this operation.

Request Parameters


Description: The name of the geodatabase version.

Syntax: gdbVersion=<version>

Example: gdbVersion=ABV1


Description: The token (guid) used to lock the version.

Syntax: sessionId=<guid>

Example: sessionId=44G259DE-87B0-407D-8F2E-DCB7665DD0F0



Description: The flag operation to execute:

  • Add—to add a new flag on a particular diagram feature,
  • Remove—to remove a flag from a particular diagram feature.

Syntax: action=<add | remove>

Example: action=remove



Description: The type of flag you want to manage; that is, esriDiagramRootJunction to manage a root junction, esriDiagramEndJunction for an end junction flag, esriDiagramPivotJunction for a pivot junction flag, and esriDiagramBarrierEdge or esriDiagramBarrierJunction for a barrier flag.

Syntax: flagType= <esriDiagramRootJunction | esriDiagramEndJunction | esriDiagramPivotJunction | esriDiagramBarrierEdge | esriDiagramBarrierJunction>

Example: flagType=esriDiagramRootJunction



Description: The Diagram Element ID of the diagram feature to which you want the flag to be added or from which you want the flag to be removed, depending on the specified action.

Syntax: flagID = <DEID>

Example: flagID = 20


Description: The response format. The default response format is html.

Values: <html | json>

Example Usage

Adding a pivot flag on the junction which Diagram Element ID is 17 on the DiagramTest1 in version ABV1:

Adding a barrier flag on the edge which Diagram Element ID is 47 on the DiagramTest1 in version ABV1:

Removing the pivot flag on the junction which Diagram Element ID is 9 on the DiagramTest1 in version ABV1:

JSON Response Syntax

{"moment": <moment>}

JSON Response Example

 "moment": 1504862838167