Geohazard account

Geohazards the specified account.

The request body consists of an array of objects that define one or more geohazard jobs. Each object is defined by a name, type, engineType, and version. The optional layerOptons object specifies options that apply to that layer. The Boolean skipPrevGeocoded attribute determines whether geocoding is rerun for this layer on previously geocoded locations.

In general, the first object specifies a geocode job, as identified in the type attribute. Subsequent objects define hazard lookup jobs.

[
   {
      "name": "geocode",
      "type": "geocode",
      "engineType": "RL",
      "version": "18.1",
      "layerOptions": {
      "skipPrevGeocoded": false,
      "aggregateTriggerEnabled": "false",
      "geoLicenseType": "0"
      }
   },
   {
      "name": "earthquake",
      "type": "hazard",
      "version": "18.1",
      "engineType": "RL",
      "layerOptions": {
      "skipPrevHazard": false,
      "overrideUserDef": false
      }
   }, 
   {
      "name": "windstorm",
      "type": "hazard",
      "version": "18.1",
      "engineType": "RL",
      "layerOptions": {
      "skipPrevHazard": false,
      "overrideUserDef": false
      }
  }
]

For each job, the name, type, engineType, and version parameters are required.

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Workflow Job

If successful, returns a 202 Accepted HTTP response and initates a GEOHAZ workflow job on the workflow engine. To learn more, see Workflow Engine.

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Idemptopotent Operation

This operation supports idempotency by means of idempotency keys. To learn more, see Idempotent Requests.

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