The approach Azure Maps uses common across Azure Many teams such as Storage, Service Bus, Event Hubs use this approach and this interface is not unique to Azure Maps.
What are your concerns with using User Access Administrator role?
Have you considered granting the role at a Resource Group Scope instead of full Azure Subscription scope?
Also you can use JIT policies to restrict access to this role just when you need to deploy? https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/role-based-access-control/pim-azure-resource
How would you feel if there was a separate role and action for only data actions role assignments?
There are two options for doing this already. The first option is to use the toJson function. This will generate a GeoJSON polygon for the circle. The coordinates will then be easy to access using geometry.coordinates. A second option is to use the atlas.math.getRegularPolygonPath function to generate the points of the circle, this is what the shape class uses under the hood.
The private _getCirclePositions function simply wraps the atlas.math.getRegularPolygonPath function. So making that public would be no different than calling the API math function directly.
That said, if we exposed a similar function which returns the pre-calculated coordinates of a circle, at a minimum we would need to make a copy of the array of positions to ensure that any edits to it doesn't indirectly modify the shape. Additionally, we would likely need to return null if the shape isn't a circle. I'll make a feature request to the team for this if that above logic sounds good.
Can you provide more details, or ask this question on the [developer forums](https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/azure-maps), or contact Azure support? Active directory works with Azure Maps and many applications are using these two things together.
Thank you for the feedback. We will explore this.
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Passing this feature request to Application Insights team, the owner of Azure portal metrics experience.
Thank you for your feedback. If you can directly call the Azure Maps Get Search Address API, you can see the full JSON response. Each result has accuracy score and result type, eg. Point Address and Street. Results are sorted by score from highest to lowest value. We recommend to also see the result type and ensure to leverage the correct result type:
Point Address - Point on a map where specific address with a street name and number can be found. The highest level of accuracy available for addresses.
Street - Addresses are resolved to the latitude/longitude coordinate of the street that contains the address. The house number may not be processed.
Address Range - For some streets there are address points that are interpolated from the beginning and end of the street; those points are represented as address ranges.
Cross Street – Intersections, representations of junctions; places where two streets intersect.
Geography - Areas on a map which represent administrative division of a land, i.e., country, state, city.
POI- Point of Interest (Address Search won't return POIs)
For "1833 S CHURCH ST, BURLINGTON, NC, 27215-5553" the first result type is now Street with highest accuracy score and second one is Point Address. This applies to the other examples also. The score indicates relative matching score between results and can be used to say ‘result 1 is 2x more likely to be relevant than result 2, if the score is twice as high. We have passed the feedback to our data provider.
Thank you for the feedback. We will have our designer look into this so they can improve this in a future update.
How are you getting the Azure Maps image? I've just tried the web SDK and it shows a different style than what is in your screenshot. The style I'm seeing in Azure Maps web SDK is very similar to Mapbox and is easy to read (white text with black outlines, roads are nearly transparent grey lines). Are you working directly with the Render service and overlaying the label tiles over the satellite tiles. If so, then that would explain the difference as the label tiles in that service isn't using the same style as the web sdk.
There are no plans to add such a feature at this time. Leaving this open for now so that others may vote up if they feel it is needed and we can revisit then.
The input can be in any supported language and the geocoder will do its best to try and understand it and find a valid match. If a language is specified in the request it will try and return a result in that language, however this doesn't always happen as street names are no localized globally and often don't make sense to translate.
Are you referring to the satellite images? You can get satellite image tiles via map imagery tile API
Hi Yoshihiro, could you provide more details on your scenarios so that we can better support you?
Hi Yoshihiro, thank you for your feedback! Are you asking for an Azure Maps connector for Microsoft Flow?