There is a method or query, to get the way node, that points in order to way's real path ?

Request response ways node: osm> node ... A> node ... B> /osm>

But in reality point B is before A, in way path...

asked 05 Feb '14, 16:00

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(if you're asking how to get the API to return the nodes of a way in order)

For ways, yes, that's what the API returns you currently.

EDIT: I'm not sure exactly what the question is here. I had initially thought it was about the order of nodes returned by a way "get" call, but I'm now not so sure.

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answered 05 Feb '14, 16:07

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edited 05 Feb '14, 16:26

But if i want node coord, i have to fetch occurrences in way structure or there is a particular request for do that?

(05 Feb '14, 16:19) rik88

I'm not sure what question you're asking, but the API's "get way /full" call might be the answer:

Would it be possible to edit your question to include more words that describe what it is that you're actually trying to do?

(05 Feb '14, 16:24) SomeoneElse ♦
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