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Prioritize the jobs

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In this example we will take a look at how to run a query with job priority assigned to them. Higher priority jobs will not affect the order of the jobs but only influence whether the job will be assigned.

jobs: priority

priority: Set the priority of a job. The priority here will not affect the order of jobs but only influence whether this job will be assigned. Here, each job's priority is 0.

vehicles:

max_tasks: Set the limit on how many tasks a vehicle can take. Here, the vehicle can take up to a maximum of 5 tasks.

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{
   "jobs":[
      {
         "id":3209765,
         "location_index":0,
         "service":2700,
         "priority":0,
         "time_windows":[
            [
               1661760000,
               1661803200
            ]
         ]
      },
      {
         "id":3209775,
         "location_index":1,
         "service":2700,
         "priority":0,
         "time_windows":[
            [
               1661760000,
               1661803200
            ]
         ]
      }
   ],
   "vehicles":[
      {
         "id":0,
         "start_index":0,
         "end_index":2,
         "max_tasks": 5
      }
   ],
   "locations":{
      "id":1,
      "description":"Single Route Optimization",
      "location":"42.47286605834961,-70.92628479003906|42.27931213378906,-71.1204833984375|42.4188232421875,-71.15650177001953"
   }
}

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