Stom point Direct

Direct access service for main points in the national reference systems, SWEREF 99 and RH 2000. The product name in Swedish is Stompunkt Direkt.

Brief information

The information is taken from Digital Geodetic Archive and the t service belong to the information that Lantmäteriet provides as open data.

Maintenance and update frequency

The information is updated in connection with updating. See attributes below "History" for information about when a main point was last found or found to be destroyed.

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Accessibility

Our geodata services are normally available 24 hours a day and we provide support during the day.

Our geodata services (APIs) require that you have an application or software capable of managing the services. To view real property information or maps directly in your browser, you can use Lantmäteriet's e-services.

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To retrieve Lantmäteriet’s open data you need to have a user account. You use this account every time you download data or connect to a service. 

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The user account gives us the possibility to monitor the use of our open geodata as well as to provide feedback to you in case of any changes.

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Copyright and publication

In some cases you need permit to distribute geographic information. Read more on the page Copyright and publication of Lantmäteriet's geographical information.

Documentation

The versions of the services may overlap, so pay attention to which version you take home. Version history describes the changes that occurred at each update.

Technical framework and standard for direct access services

Our direct access services are mainly based on standards from W3C (new window) and OGC, The Open Geospatial Consortium (new window).

The service interfaces are SOAP or REST based where object types are in many cases built using GML (Geography Markup Language) or JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) to describe its geographical properties.

The services are of the nature 'question-answer' where the consumer (user's system) sends a service call with search terms or selection parameters over the Internet and receives a list with one or more geographical objects in response.

To get there quickly start and test the services before they are integrated in your own system, a tool such as SOAP-UI or Postman can be used. SOAP UI (new window) and Postman (new window) are tools for testing SOAP- or REST-based Webservices.

Version History
Version and date Change since previous version

Version 1.0

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