Since the process of routes caching might take quite a while, you may want to click Cancel to abort launching the experiment. In this case, anyLogistix will stop the experiment but route caching will proceed in the background to later allow you instantly run the experiment.
Note: If you run another experiment requiring routes to be downloaded while caching routes for the previous experiment, the routes will be queued up.The number of routes left to cache is shown in the bottom left corner of the GIS map. Information depicted on the GIS map differs depending on the type of the experiment:
Network optimization experiment
The Gis Cache
dialog box contanis the following parameters:
In-memory routes cache: 0 (0) - shows the number of currently cached routes (distances) that are stored in memory.
Routes - [available only if the Show sourcing paths is enabled on the GIS map] the number of cached routes (that are shown on the GIS map).
Distances - a distance is a length of a single path between two objects. The number shows the quantity of distances (of both straight routes and actual roads) that have been cached.
Map tile cache: 0 - the number of GIS map tiles that have been cached.
Downloading routes/distances 0(0) - the countdown of routes/distances that are left to be cached.
Cancel download - [available only if the Downloading routes/distances is active] aborts routes downloading process.To stop background routes caching