Geocode and Data Source Limits

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This topic describes account limits for a Bing Maps Account when you use the Bing Spatial Data Services or the Bing Maps Dev Center at https://www.bingmapsportal.com/ to geocode entities and manage data sources.

When you geocode entities or perform data source actions such as creating or updating a data source using either the Bing Spatial Data Services or the Bing Maps Dev Center, a job is created to perform the action. See Get Job List for a list of jobs that count towards the following limits.

  • Applicable data source and geocode jobs (see the list of applicable jobs in Get Job List) that use Basic keys from the same Bing Maps Account have the following account limits:

    • You can have a total of 2 jobs in process at the same time.

    • You can run a total of 50 jobs in a 24 hour period.

  • You can have a maximum of 5 data sources per Bing Maps Account.

  • The maximum number of entities a data source can have is 2,500 entities.

  • Data that is geocoded or uploaded to a data source must use UTF-8 encoding, and can have a maximum of 50 entities. Compressed data files are accepted.

  • You can download geocode results for up to 14 calendar days after a geocode job completes.

  • Applicable data source and geocode jobs (see the list of applicable jobs in Get Job List ) that use Enterprise keys from the same Bing Maps Account have the following account limits. Jobs that use Basic keys that belong to an Enterprise account have the limits described above and are also included in the following limits.

    • You can have a total of 10 jobs in process at the same time. This limit also includes jobs run with Basic keys.

    • You can run a total of 50 jobs in a 24 hour period. This limit also includes jobs run with Basic keys.

  • You can have a maximum of 25 data sources per Bing Maps Account.

  • Data that is geocoded or uploaded to a data source must use UTF-8 encoding, and can have up to 300 MB of uncompressed data and a maximum of 200,000 entities. Compressed data files are accepted, but the uncompressed limit applies.

  • You can download geocode results for up to 14 calendar days after a geocode job completes.

To get a list of all pending and completed jobs within the last 15 days, see Get Job List.

A job is in process until the status is set to "Completed" or "Aborted".

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