XML tag descriptions for Genetec Patroller™ Simple Host - Genetec Patroller™ 6.6

Genetec Patroller™ Administrator Guide 6.6

Applies to
Genetec Patroller™ 6.6
Last updated
2022-04-22
Content type
Guides > Administrator guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Genetec Patroller™
Version
6.6

XML tags are defined to exchange different type of information with the Genetec Patroller™ Simple Host service.

The following table describes the Simple Host tags:

Tag Name Description
Address Address where the vehicle read occurred. This field is calculated using the GPS coordinates. The application will not be able to calculate an address for all GPS coordinates.
AddNewWanted Adds a license plate to Genetec Patroller’s local hotlist file on the in-vehicle computer.
Attributes List of attributes of a vehicle read (if within Vehicle or Vehicle2 tag) or a hit (if within a Hit tag).
AutoVuReturn Root tag used by the Simple Host Service.
CameraName Name of the camera that took the image.
Data 64-bit encoded image data. Approximately 2 KB for a ALPR image and 50 KB for a context image.
FromStreet Last perpendicular street. Useful to find the block where the address is located.
Heading Angle. Direction of the unit taking the reads.
Hit Contains all the information about a hit.
HitID Identifier of the hit.
HitType Type of the hit. Overtime, Permit or Hotlist.
Image Contains the following information about the image <Purpose>, <CameraName> and <Data>.
Latitude GPS coordinate of the vehicle read.
Location Contains information about the vehicle read location and address.
Longitude GPS coordinate of the vehicle read.
NumberOfViolations (Overtime hits only) A zone can give more than one hit to a parked car. This field contains the number of hits a vehicle can incur in the current zone.
PlateNumber Plate number of the vehicle read.
Purpose Purpose of the image. Can have the following values: ALPR, Context, Tire, and Overview.
ReadType The type of the read based on a set of binary flags since more than one hit type can be activated at a time. Standard (Hotlist) = 1, Permit=2, Overtime=4. Example: Standard + Overtime = 5.
TimeStamp Date and time at which the read was done.
ToStreet Next perpendicular street. Useful to find the block where the address is located.
UnitName Name/identifier of the vehicle running the application.
UserName Name/identifier of the user connected to the application.
Vehicle (Overtime enforcement only) Contains all the information about the second plate read in an overtime enforcement scenario.
NOTE: An overtime hit is the result of two plate reads, the second read triggering the hit.
Vehicle2 (Overtime enforcement only) References all the information about the first plate read in an overtime enforcement scenario. The Vehicle tag contains all the information about the second vehicle read (which triggers the hit).
VehicletagOvertimeGUID (Internal use) GUID of the second vehicle.
ZoneColor Color of the Zone. Used in the map display in BackOffice and Genetec Patroller™.
ZoneName Name of the zone that was activated at the time of the vehicle read.