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we have values ZONE,STREET,PLOT,PIN and ARCGIS MAP Server on plot Layers 67 , 68 , 69. our Business logic as below.

  1. Get Electricity or Water No from customer
  2. Query Electricity or Water No from METER_MASTER and ZONE,STREET,PLOT,PIN details

    1. Apply Spatial query on Feature Class: Urban Physical Development Plot based on ZONE,STREET,PLOT Values URL hqwgis04/ArcGIS/rest/services/WaterGIS/MapServer/68 Feature Class Field Names: ZONE_NO,STREET,PLOT If this query return polygon, this is the customer location plot
  3. If spatial query on Urban Physical Development Plot in step No: 3 did not return polygon feature, then Apply Spatial query on Feature Class: Cadastre Plot based on PIN

URL hqwgis04/ArcGIS/rest/services/WaterGIS/MapServer/67 Feature Class Field Name: PIN If this query return polygon, this is the customer location plot

5 If Spatial queries on Urban Physical Development Plot,Cadastre Plot in step No 3,4 did not return polygon feature,then Apply Spatial query on Feature Class: "History Plot" based on PIN

URL hqwgis04/ArcGIS/rest/services/WaterGIS/MapServer/69 Feature Class Field Name: PIN If this query return polygon, this is the customer location plot

  1. We can't locate customer location If no polygon feature return after applying spatial queries in step No: 3,4,5

The Issue:

right now er have 4 URLs(Layers 67 , 68 , 69) for each of the above field and there is no relation between each of those

The Question is how we can Run the Query to retreive from the 4 URLs or find a relationship between them while searching and show the location View in the MAP.

Otherwise How I can Generate this 4 values to Table Database or Excel from ARCGIS MAP Server.

Please advise .

Thanks

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I haven't completely understood your situation. Are you using the ArcGIS API for FLEX or not? If so, where are you stuck? –  Devdatta Tengshe May 28 '13 at 2:50

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