Route measure locator object.
RouteMeasureLocator is a non-creatable object. References to non-creatable objects must be obtained through other objects.
|ILocator (esriGeoDatabase)||Provides access to members that describe general locator properties.|
|ILocatorDataset (esriGeoDatabase)||Provides access to members for retrieving objects associated with the Locator.|
|IRouteLocator||Provides access to properties and methods of a route locator.|
|IRouteLocator2||Provides access to properties and methods of a route locator.|
A location is a place on the earth. Locators know how to transform a spatial description into a shape that can be placed on a map. Examples of locations include addresses, xy coordinates, place names and route.
A route locator knows how to transform a route location into a shape. A route location can represent either a point along a route or a segment along a route between two points.
A RouteMeasureLocator is one type of route locator where a route location's position is determined by the measure values along a given route.
A RouteMeasureLocator object is created via its name object counterpart, RouteMeasureLocatorName.