Provides the source, snap type, and search query information about the classes that are used to determine the network locations.
The source, snapType, and searchQuery properties for the locator object are dynamic. This means that the total number of properties supported by a given locator object depends on the locatorCount property. For example, if the value of the locatorCount property is 2, then the locator object will support source0, source1, snapType0, snapType1, searchQuery0, and seacrhQuery1 properties.
The name of a particular class used by the locator.
An underscore-separated string containing the snap types used for a given class in the locator.
The possible snap types are
A query to restrict the search to a subset of the features within a given class in the locator.
Network Analyst Locator example
Displays the Network Analyst Layer Locator properties.
# Name: NALayerLocatorProperties_ex01.py # Description: Prints the source name and snap type information # for the locators used by a network analysis layer import arcpy in_layer = "C:/Data/Route.lyr" # Create a Describe object from layer file. desc = arcpy.Describe(in_layer) count = desc.locatorCount locators = desc.locators #print locator information print "Total Locators: ", count for i in range(0, count): sourceName = getattr(locators,"source" + str(i)) snapType = getattr(locators,"snapType" + str(i)) query = getattr(locators, "searchQuery" + str(i)) print "%s : %s : %s" % (sourceName,snapType, query)