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Creates a geofence object.
Sets the region of this geofence.
Sets the expiration duration of geofence.
Sets the delay between GEOFENCE_TRANSITION_ENTER and GEOFENCE_TRANSITION_DWELLING in milliseconds.
Sets the best-effort notification responsiveness of the geofence.
Sets the request ID of the geofence.
Sets the transition types of interest.
Creates a geofence object.
|IllegalArgumentException||if any parameters are not set or out of range|
Sets the region of this geofence. The geofence represents a circular area on a flat, horizontal plane.
|latitude||latitude in degrees, between -90 and +90 inclusive|
|longitude||longitude in degrees, between -180 and +180 inclusive|
|radius||radius in meters|
Sets the expiration duration of geofence. This geofence will be removed automatically after this period of time.
|durationMillis||time for this proximity alert, in milliseconds,
Sets the delay between GEOFENCE_TRANSITION_ENTER and
GEOFENCE_TRANSITION_DWELLING in milliseconds. For example, if
loitering delay is set to 300000 ms (i.e. 5 minutes) the geofence
service will send a
GEOFENCE_TRANSITION_DWELL alert roughly
5 minutes after user enters a geofence if the user stays inside the
geofence during this period of time. If the user exits from the
geofence in this amount of time,
alert won't be sent.
This value is ignored if the transition types don't include a
|loiteringDelayMs||the delay for confirming dwelling, in milliseconds|
Sets the best-effort notification responsiveness of the geofence. Defaults to 0. Setting a big responsiveness value, for example 5 minutes, can save power significantly. However, setting a very small responsiveness value, for example 5 seconds, doesn't necessarily mean you will get notified right after the user enters or exits a geofence: internally, the geofence might adjust the responsiveness value to save power when needed.
|notificationResponsivenessMs||(milliseconds) defines the best-effort description of how soon should the callback be called when the transition associated with the Geofence is triggered. For instance, if set to 300000 milliseconds the callback will be called 5 minutes within entering or exiting the geofence.|
Sets the request ID of the geofence. Request ID is a string to identify this geofence inside your application. When two geofences with the same requestId are monitored, the new one will replace the old one regardless the geographical region these two geofences represent.
|requestId||the request ID. The length of the string can be up to 100 characters.|
Sets the transition types of interest. Alerts are only generated for the given transition types.
|transitionTypes||geofence transition types of interest, as a bitwise-OR of GEOFENCE_TRANSITION_ flags.|