The Utility Network Trace widget can be used to execute one or multiple traces concurrently to streamline workflows. It leverages the named trace configuration capability, which allows you to add and store complex traces in a utility network, and share them across an organization through web maps. The trace parameters are preset for each specific trace, making the widget easy to use.
Place starting points and barriers, and select a trace to run from a customized list of traces.
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