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I created a local map service in arc catalog.

Then i open arc catalog and in "GIS Servers" clicked in XXX(my computer name). Then listed services down.I right clicked on my service and select services properties. Then i clicked on capabilies. There is a url TextBox.

Is this my service URL ?

If yes :Why This URL not work in browser ?

If no :How can i get service url ?

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What do you mean by "not working"? For your description, if you connect to your "GIS Server" > list services > right click on your service > Service Properties > Capabilities > Mapping, yes, that is your REST endpoint for your service. If you copy this link into your server, you should see a text web page describing your service. What do you see in your screen? –  iamgin Nov 17 '12 at 13:39
Hi Thanks for response. I copy this mehdi-pc/arcgis/services/HasanAbad/MapServer and see this Server Error in Application "DEFAULT WEB SITE" –  Mehdi Nov 17 '12 at 13:54
I think you are missing, at least, the port number. In ArcGIS 10.1 is 6080 and, if I am not wrong, in 10.0 is 8399. Could you try this URL in your browser: "localhost:6080/arcgis/rest/services" and see if you can access the root folder of your ArcGIS REST Services Directory? From there you can browse to "/HasanAbad/Mapserver". If still it is not working, could be that you do not have enabled/installed in your IIS server ASP.NET? –  iamgin Nov 17 '12 at 15:00
:( :( I check all of them. but these isn't work in my computer :( I edit permission on C:\arcgisserver\arcgisoutput\HasanAbad_MapServer and access to Everyone (!!!) full control and try localhost:8399/arcgis/services/HasanAbad/MapServer. but both of them raised error : could not connect to localhost:8399 –  Mehdi Nov 17 '12 at 17:04
i am useing arcgis 10 –  Mehdi Nov 17 '12 at 17:08
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