Hi, why I can´t get any data from this api: http://api06.dev.openstreetmap.org/api/0.6/map?bbox=7.1,47.5,7.8,48.1

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The message you get back from that is "The maximum bbox size is 0.25, and your request was too large. Either request a smaller area, or use planet.osm".

Which part of that response do you need help with - what the units of "maximum bbox size" are, why there's a limit on size at all, or what planet.osm is?

Actually, there's not a whole amount of data there at all. You're using the dev api, and looking at http://api06.dev.openstreetmap.org/#map=11/47.6138/7.6441&layers=D you can see there are only a couple of ways potentially within that bbox at all (even if the dev API didn't have a maximum bbox size the same as the live API).

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answered 27 May '16, 14:24

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edited 27 May '16, 14:30

how can I get an planet api? I Need to get a flexible api where I can can give a minlat, maxlat, minlng and maxlng.

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(27 May '16, 14:31) OuedraogoMichel

I need in my Project to produce some data from OSM where I can give the Parameter of the latitude and longitude. Further I have to get the properties of the street like Bridge tunnel etc...

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