I'm trying to use the Osmosis API (the Jar file not the command-line tool) in my Java application but not sure how to get started as there doesn't seem to be enough stuff on the web to help people with this. Specifically, I'm trying to extract all the highways for a particular area (which will be specified using a bbox).

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

asked 04 Apr '13, 22:58

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Hi Sadeer, did you search in the menu for an answer ? Just type the key words of your question. API Jar file and Java together in the command line just below the dark blue questions tab, good luck. Theres a lot to read. Greetz

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answered 04 Apr '13, 23:47

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Tried that but most of the results are talking about how to use command-line tool to negotiate with the OSM API, they're not talking about how to use the Osmosis API. Can you please provide any pointers to useful content - appreciate it so much.

Thanks.

(05 Apr '13, 09:00) Sadeer
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