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geogale
Hello,

I know that we have to get ArcInfo,Engine or ArcEditor license but it would be available to have a compliant version with Arcview license.

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peterseva
Hi!

I have already fixed this. I sent the new version 1.1.1 to Kristen (see http://osm2nds.forum.52north.org/Re-Osm2nds-Osm2nds-Digest-Vol-2-Issue-2-td4191525.html) for testing. I will publish it within a few days.

Best regards,
Eva
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peterseva
Hi!

The Geoprocessing Community announces that the OSM2NetworkDataset V 1.1.1 can be used for ArcView. This Java application converts OpenStreetMap (OSM) data for use in network analyses in the ArcGIS extension Network Analyst. It is designed to generate transportation networks for any mode of transportation and any region. The generated networks are based on OSM attributes, such as restrictions, one-way roads, turn restrictions, point barriers, and maximum speed.

Download: http://52north.org/downloads/geoprocessing/osm2nds

More about OSM2NetworkDataset: http://52north.org/communities/geoprocessing/osm2nds/index.html

Best regards,
Eva
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geogale
Hello,

Thanks for answering quickly.

I have downloaded the new version.
But I have this following message:

"Access to ArcObjects failed: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/media/jai/CachedTile InitializationException: Therefore the process is canceled."

I use the file switzerland.osm from the website http://downloads.cloudmade.com/europe/western_europe/switzerland#downloads_breadcrumbs

I join you a screenshot of tool in order to check if all my entries are good:

screenshot OSM2NDS

Thanks for your help.

Olivier R.
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geogale
Here is my batch file:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\java" -cp "C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.0\java\lib\arcobjects.jar";"C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.0\java\lib\osm2nds_arcgis_10.0_gui_1.1.1_.jar" org.n52.osm2nds.core.userinterface.gui.Main
PAUSE

Thanks
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peterseva
Hello!

Your error messages does not have anything to do with the kind of OSM file or parameters file you use. This error occurs during the initialization process of ArcGIS.

I wonder why it searches for the interface javax.media.jai.CachedTile. I haven't referenced that at all! Have you installed this library at your system?

Best regards,
Eva

P.S.: When you try to generated a network from such a big area like Suisse, you might have problems with your memory. And I doubt if extending the heap size solves this problem: http://52north.org/communities/geoprocessing/osm2nds/installation.html
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geogale
hello!

I have already tested extending the heap size. It doesn't solve the problem.
I'm going to investigate where this library comes from. Maybe it comes from others arcgis plugin.
I'll let you know as soon as possible.

Have you got your report thesis in english?

Thanks.

Olivier R.
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peterseva
Hello!

Extending the heap size wouldn't solve this problem because ArcGIS has not been initialized yet. I just wanted to inform you that you might have problems with the memory later.

Unfortunately, the thesis is only written in German. There is only a short summary in English on http://peterseva.de/Bachelor-Thesis-English.html.

If you have any questions regarding this thesis and the way the tool is programmed, please ask me.

Best regards,
Eva
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geogale
Hi,

I have tested the program in an another machine and it works. I just have to solved the same problem like Christopher Barron by installing Arcgis SP3.

How can I speed up the process of building geodatabase? The size of memory is important or/and the type of processor? I mean what is the best configuration to speed up the process.

Thanks for your help

Olivier R.
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Christopher Barron
Hi,

creating a geodatabase from a 16mb osm-file (Heidelberg Old City) according to the log-file took me 02:18 min.
My 2nd osm-file was 184mb (metropolitan area) and I canceled the process after 1,5h because the process was significant slower than before. According to Oliver's question is the osm-filesize or the processor (or both?) the determining factor? (machine: Win7 64 bit; 4GB ram; 2,4 GHz, ArcGis 10.0 SP3)

Best regards,
Christopher Barron, Heidelberg

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Hi,

I have tested the program in an another machine and it works. I just have to
solved the same problem like Christopher Barron by installing Arcgis SP3.

How can I speed up the process of building geodatabase? The size of memory
is important or/and the type of processor? I mean what is the best
configuration to speed up the process.

Thanks for your help

Olivier R.

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geogale
I launch the program with the file luxemburg.osm (entire country) (147 Mb) . It took about 10 hours with a intel xeon 2.66Ghz and 1.66 Gb Memory under windows server 2003 SP2

Olivier R.
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kristenk
Hey:

I ran the program to convert the CA OSM file to a network dataset and after a couple hours I canceled it. I concluded that the program takes a LONG time to convert large OSM files.

I think what might be a better work around is to download smaller geographies of the roadway network you want to create. In my case geographies of 5,000 nodes or less (what the max size of an OSM file I can download from the OSM site). Run the network dataset for the smaller geographies. Then append the source data created by OSM2NDS (i.e., roads, turns, pois, junctions, etc). Lastly, rebuild the network dataset per the specifications of the network dataset created by the OSM2NDS program.

Kristen
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