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I know how to intersect features from a ADF Geometry with a map ADF GraphicsLayer, but this requires me to have ONE LAYER on the map and then use a spatial filter on it.

If I have two GraphicsLayer which are NOT on the map, but they are the result of a query themselves, how can I intersect them and show the result?

I can't add one of them to the map because I can't interfere with it, this should be done in memory and not prompted to the user nor messing with the TableOfContents

Any idea on how to do that?

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