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MyRouteOnline API

Enhance your business with route-planning capabilities


  1. Connect your business with MyRouteOnline for route-planning optimization.
  2. Allow external applications (ERM, CRM, etc.) to partially automate the routing process.
  3. Automatically upload addresses, routing requirements.
  4. Automatically download routes and route planning results.

An example of MyRouteOnline API implementation is the MyRouteOnline Excel Add-in uploads addresses from Excel into MyRouteOnline using MyRouteOnline API.


  • Supports most backoffice ERP CRM systems such as SalesForce, Excel, QuickBooks etc..
  • The API is free with any of our Fixed-Monthly-Payment plans.
  • The API provides semi-automation of your routing process, but manual steps are still involved.
  • Contact us is you have any specific questions or interesets.
  • We will gladly walk you through the implementation process.
  • We also provide a full Web-Service REST API. Contact us for more details.

How to use the MyRouteOnline API

Required skills for the setup of the MyRouteOnline API:

  1. Basic programming skills
  2. Basic understanding of web-services

Web-Service url (SOAP/WSDL):

  1. UploadInputData
  2. DownloadInputData

The Web-Service consists of 2 main methods along with several utility methods.

Step 1: UploadInputData – Upload addresses & routing parameters

  • Call the method UploadInputData to upload the addresses and parameters (you will also supply a secret pin number (pick any number) to be used later when you launch the route-planner)
  • The API response includes the token to be used in step 2.
  • This step is usually performed by your server side logic.

Step 2: User Action & Process 

  • A browser window should be opened (by your client side logic) in a specified url along with the token (from step 1).
  • The addresses and parameters are automatically loaded.
  • Manually start the route-planning and see the optimized route(s) on the map.
  • The browser should be launched with this url format: (as an example token = ABCDEF and pin = 12345)
  • Only after the route-plan is finished and visible on the map – you can proceed to step 3.

Step 3 (optional): DownloadInputData – Download the route planning results 

  • Only after you successfully finished Step 2 and you saw the route-plans on the map
  • Call DownloadRoutePlanResult to download the route-plan results via the web-service API call.
  • The route must be computed in step 2 in order for the route-plan results to be available for download.
    Use the same token that you received in Step 1.
  • This step is usually performed by your server side logic.


  • The login is performed in step 2 by the user.
  • If you wish to login on-behalf of a user – the API provides the method GetLoginToken to call before step 1 and then pass the login-token in step 2 as url-parameter “logintoken”.

Contact us if you have any specific requirements or if you need any further assistance.