Defines the coordinate format. PTV representation of coordinates according to the Mercator projection. Example: x=917420, y=6227729. PTV representation of longitude/latitude coordinates as OG_GEODECIMAL coordinates multiplied by 100000. Example: x=825056, y=4876278. PTV representation of longitude/latitude coordinates in degrees (d), minutes (m) and seconds (s) as a single integer number (d * 100000 + m * 1000 + s * 10) multiplied by sign. Example: x=815020, y=4845460 (x represents 8d 15m 2s). PTV internal coordinate format. Example: x=4352286, y=5456405. Longitude/latitude coordinates in decimal degrees [°]. Example: x=8.2505556, y=48.7627778. Defines a language through a language code according to the BCP 47 standard track defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). For most cases the ISO 639-1 code suffices, region subtypes such as "en-US" are not supported. Examples: "en" for English or "de" for German. Note that it depends on the data whether or not texts are available in the given language. Defines common parameters. The language used to export texts and geographic names. See documentation of the type Language for more information. Defines the format for coordinates defined in this XML schema. For example, the coordinates of the type Rectangle have to be specified in this format. Note that all other coordinates not specified in an XML document based on this schema, for example start and destination coordinates of a route request, can be specified in a different format. The major version of the Common element. The minor version of the Common element. Defines the type used for dimensions. For example, the width or height of a vehicle. Defines a rectangle. The x-coordinate of the left border. The y-coordinate of the top border. The x-coordinate of the right border. The y-coordinate of the bottom border. Defines a country. This numeric code is PTV-specific and is usually the international dialing code of the country. Big countries may be split into several integration units; in this case both the code of the whole country and the integration unit codes can be used here. Defines a country. This numeric code is PTV-specific and is usually the international dialing code of the country. Big countries may be split into several integration units; in this case both the code of the whole country and the integration unit codes can be used here. The special value "*" defines every country. Defines a percent value 0 <= x <= 100. Defines the low-emission zone type of the vehicle. The vehicle has no low-emission zone type (cannot drive into red, yellow and green zones). The red type (a vehicle cannot drive into yellow and green zones). The yellow type (a vehicle cannot drive into green zones). The green type (a vehicle is allowed to drive in all zones). Defines an angle in degrees [°]. Defines the type used for expressing distances. Defines FeatureLayer parameters. Defines the general behavior of the FeatureLayers. Defines the additional generic parameters. Consider time dependency. When enabled, time-dependent information will be evaluated. When disabled, all the segment features which are time-dependent are ignored (e.g. the nightly blockings, the speedpatterns, and so on …). Please note that fully time-dependent themes need the time dependency to be enabled. Please note that time-dependent evaluation has an impact on performance. Consider vehicle dependency. When enabled, profile-dependent information will be evaluated. When disabled, the profile attributes like vehicle’s weight, loadType, preferredRouteTypes, etc. are ignored when evaluating a feature on a segment. Defines use-case specific parameters. Countries, rules, properties and action types can be enabled or disabled from specified themes and/or countries. Defines the parameters of a specific theme. The major version of the FeatureLayer element. The minor version of the FeatureLayer element. Defines a generic parameter. The parameter name. The parameter value. Defines a specific property to override. Defines the property ID. The special value "*" defines every property. The overriden property value. Defines the parameters of a specific theme. Defines the vehicle dependency parameters for this theme. Defines the parameters of properties for this theme. Defines the parameters of countries for this theme. Defines the contents of the feature descriptions. Defines the theme ID. Enables or disables the theme. Every subsequent country, rule, property and action type that is relative to this theme will be considered enabled or disabled for this theme. The priority level [0-255]. 100 is the default priority level, a 101 value defines a higher priority than 100. Defines the element type type, that defines an element that can be enabled or disabled from its ID. The element ID. The special value "*" defines every element. Enables or disables the element. If disabled, every subsequent element that is relative to this rule will be disabled as well. If the disabled element is a rule or an action type, that means every subsequent property will be disabled as well. If the disabled element is a property, that means the rules that possess the property will be disabled as well. Defines the country state type, that defines a country that can be enabled or disabled from its ID, and its subsequent rules, properties and action types can be enabled or disabled. Defines the state of a rule that is relative to this country, i.e. allows a subsequent rule to be enabled or disabled from its ID. Defines the state of a property that is relative to this country, i.e. allows a subsequent property to enabled or disabled from its ID. Defines the state of an action type that is relative to this country, i.e. allows a subsequent action type to be enabled or disabled from its ID. Defines the country ID type. The special value "*" defines every country. Enables or disables the country. If disabled, every subsequent rule, property and action type that is relative to this country will be disabled as well. Defines the filter on properties for the returned feature descriptions. Defines a single property to be included or not into the returned feature descriptions. By default, all properties are included. Defines the property ID. The special value "*" defines every property. Defines if the property has to be included or excluded. Defines if the time domain must be included into the returned feature descriptions. Defines if the language code must be included into the returned feature descriptions. Defines if the null values must be included into the returned feature descriptions. Defines the vehicle dependency parameters. Enables or disables the vehicle dependency. When enabled, profile-dependent information will be evaluated. Defines parameters for rendering features to the map. Defines a map style for a specific country or all countries. Defines a map style for FeatureLayer theme data in the corresponding country. The country code, representing a single country (for example 49 for Germany) or *, representing all countries. Resets the current status of this Country element. That means the underlying contents do not inherit anything. The major version of the Rendering element. The minor version of the Rendering element. Defines a map style for a single FeatureLayer theme. Defines the behavior when labels overlap. In order to avoid overlapping with labels already drawn they can be displaced so that they do not overlap, anymore. This means that labels already drawn will not be repositioned but stay where they are. Defines the scope of the overlapping resolution. Labels of this theme shall not overlap any other label including those of the basemap, e.g. street or town names or street signs. Labels of this theme shall not overlap other labels of this or any other theme, but they may overlap labels of the basemap. Labels of this theme shall not overlap other labels of this theme, but they may overlap labels of other themes or the basemap. Labels of this theme may overlap any other label. Deprecated - The number of pixels the label can be displaced in order to avoid overlapping. If the label cannot be drawn without overlapping another label within the maximum displacement, it will be drawn at its reference point if forceDisplay is true. Otherwise it will not be drawn. Defines a logical class of map styles for the current FeatureLayer theme. Defines a set of filter conditions under which the corresponding style will be applied. Defines a filter condition under which the corresponding style will be applied. Defines the ranges of the DisplayClass values. Ranges may not be overlapping, that means the 'to' value of the lower range has to be smaller than the 'from' value of the higher range. For example 0-50 and 51-100. Use value '*' or omit the sequence of Range elements to specify a default. Integer value range, or absolute Integer value. The displayClass of the corresponding FeatureLayer theme. DisplayClass, timeRestriction, and streetType are used as keys in order to distinguish filter conditions. Use '*' to specify the default. The time restriction the condition applies to. DisplayClass, timeRestriction and streetType are used as keys in order to distinguish filter conditions. All elements will be taken into account. Only elements without a restriction in validity will be taken into account. Only elements with a restriction in validity will be taken into account. If FeatureLayer/GlobalSettings/@enableTimeDependency is true, this comprises only those which are valid at the given reference time. Only elements without a restriction in validity at the given reference time will be taken into account. FeatureLayer/GlobalSettings/@enableTimeDependency must be true. This setting costs performance. By this reason use it only if needed. Only elements with and without a restriction in validity at the given reference time will be taken into account. FeatureLayer/GlobalSettings/@enableTimeDependency must be true. This setting costs performance. By this reason use it only if needed. The street type the condition applies to. DisplayClass, timeRestriction and streetType are used as keys in order to distinguish filter conditions. A type of street that occurs in the map data. * represents all existing street types. Resets the current status of this condition element. That means the underlying contents do not inherit anything. Defines the style for geometry elements belonging to the current Class. Defines how to render geometries. Defines how to render icons. Resets the current status of this Style element. That means the underlying contents do not inherit anything. A user-defined name which will be used to identify a Class element in the parent profile for inheritance. Resets the current status of this Class element. That means the underlying contents do not inherit anything. The id of the FeatureLayer theme. Resets the current status of this Theme element. That means the underlying contents do not inherit anything. Defines how to render the stroke of a feature. Controls the visibility of the stroke. Defines how to render the icon (e.g. a feature label). Defines the level on which the icon is rendered. Defines the anchor point of the icon in pixels, the origin is the top left corner of the icon. The specified position within the label is placed at its geographic reference point. Set to true in order to override the alignment setting of the label by a specific anchor point. The x-coordinate of the anchor point in pixels. The y-coordinate of the anchor point in pixels. The relative or absolute url of the icon. A relative url refers to the configured icon folder. An absolute url must be an http url in order to download the icon from another server. The alignment of the icon. The specified position within the icon is placed at its geographic reference point. This setting can be overridden by specifying an anchor point. Defines how to handle the icon transparency, i.e. which pixels of the icon will be drawn transparently or not be drawn at all. Currently, only one mode is available. The color of the top left corner of the icon contains the transparency color, i.e. all pixels which have the same color will not be drawn. If the top left corner shall be drawn, add a border around the icon. The alpha channel of the icon will be ignored. Defines the level on which a certain element is rendered. The offset value that is added to the base render level. This value can be used to apply an order to objects having the same renderBase. The rendering order type to which the render offset value is relative. The base is a level in the basemap to which the object in question can be drawn relative to. The render base values do not overlap, e.g. STREET + x does not overlap TOP - y. Represents the rendering order type STREET. Represents the rendering order type TOP, which means that objects are drawn on top of the map. Nevertheless, several objects with value TOP can be ordered by choosing different renderOffset values. Defines a map style for a single geometry. Defines the level on which the geometry is rendered. Defines how to render the stroke of the Geometry. Defines how to render arrows on top of the underlying stroke. The width of the arrows is automatically adapted to the width of the stroke. Enables the visibility of the stroke of the arrow. Enables the visibility of the fill of the arrow. The RGB color of the stroke of the arrow as a decimal or hexadecimal value. The RGB color of the fill of the arrow as a decimal or hexadecimal value. The transparency of the stroke of the arrow in [%]. 0 represents opaque, 100 represents completely transparent. The transparency of the fill of the arrow in [%]. 0 represents opaque, 100 represents completely transparent. Defines the attribute group specifying color and transparency. The RGB color as a decimal or hexadecimal value. The transparency in [%]. 0 represents opaque, 100 represents completely transparent. The RGB color as a decimal or hexadecimal value. The zoom range in which the specified style should be applied. The width of a stroke element. Either an absolute pixel number or a percentage value relating to the size of the parent or to the default width. For example, 150% width for a line geometry to be rendered on a street results in a line that is 50% wider than the street. The absolute perpendicular offset relative to the related feature (for modifiers) or relative to the parent (for features). The offset value is either an absolute pixel value, or a percentage value relative to the base element. Defines the type for a rendering size, meaning either a relative percentage value or an explicit pixel size. Defines an absolute Integer value or a range of values between 0 and 23, describing a Google zoom level. Special values are NEVER or ALWAYS. Defines the alignment of a label, i.e. the position of the label which matches its geographic reference point. The top left corner of the label. The center of the top border of the label. The top right corner of the label. The center of the left border of the label. The center of the label. The center of the right border of the label. The bottom left corner of the label. The center of the bottom border of the label. The bottom right corner of the label. The root element of the profile. Defines common parameters. Defines FeatureLayer parameters. Defines parameters for rendering features to the map. The parent profile. The data compatibility version.