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I have a, ArcGIS MapServer with cached tiles. The problem I ran into is, that the features which are next to the MapServers extent are cut off. The image below should explain the issue. The blue line displays the x-min value of the extent. As you can see, only the half of the feature-icon is visible. How can I tell my MapServer to cache the tiles with all features visible. Is there any way to specify some kind of padding to the extent?

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What is "ArcGIS Mapserver" ?? . I am confuse (Is it ArcGIS Desktop and UMN Map-server ?) –  Sunil Feb 26 '13 at 8:56
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I use a ArcGIS Server 10.1 and published my Map as a service. Then I request it's data via the REST endpoint e.g. sandbox/arcgis/rest/services/test/MapServer/export. Sorry for not pointing this out –  E. Lüders Feb 26 '13 at 9:00
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Ok I solved this. I had to specify a bigger extent on the DataFrame in ArcMap before I published the service. Before the extent was set just to the extent of the featuerlayer in the DataFrame.

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