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The 10Gb workgroup geodatabase storage limit is intrinsic to SQL-Server Express 2012, as stated in the Esri Documentation (p5): 200Gb is 190gb too large for a workgroup geodatabase. 1Tb will be 990Gb too large. Note that 1Tb is an awful lot of vector data. If you have imagery in files on disk, then they are not part of the storage capacity limit (only ...


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With arcpy use the following method to replace workspace of your mxd: import arcpy mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument(r"C:\Project\Project_default.mxd") mxd.findAndReplaceWorkspacePaths(r"C:\Project\Connection with password info saved.sde", r"C:\Project\Connection with no password info saved.sde", False) ...


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You want the GP Service to run at a "given time interval"? You don't need a GP Service. You want a scheduled task. Many people fall into the mindset that a GP Service is needed, when actually it is not. If your requirements are simply to perform a geoprocessing operation at a given time and you don't need to have other other computers in your network or the ...


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check the updated JSFiddle. I hope it is what you need.


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Have you tested ReconcileVersions_management in data management toolbox? This tool reconciles a version or multiple versions against a target version. It can be used standalone or with python window of ArcMap. However that tool won't pop up the interactive conflict window. To pop up that window I suggest you to create a python addin (a bottom) and set the ...


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When you're adding one layer, as you're doing, the map triggers the layer-add event. When adding a list of layers through map.addLayers(), it triggers the layers-add-result event. If you know you're going to be adding more layers, and want to use the map.addLayers() method to load them all at once, then you can do as Dan suggested: ...


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Change bbox from numbers to parametric definition. like %f,%f,%f,%f it will solve your issue.


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Desktop is a 32bit application, thus 32bit client libs are required when connecting to the database. ArcGIS Server is 64bit. The 64bit client libs need to be installed for the service to work. The particular help link for Postgres client libs can be found here


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ArcGIS Server only supports true curves in the response of query requests in 10.3 and only when 'returnTrueCurves' is set to 'true' in the request. The same functionality is available in hosted feature services in ArcGIS Online as well. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/arcgis-rest-api/index.html#//02r3000000p1000000 a mechanism to set the appropriate ...


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There are multiple meanings of "cluster", and I fear you may be confusing them... In ArcGIS Server 10.1+ parlance, a "cluster" is a bound subset of servers within an ArcGIS Server site. The documentation contains this image, which shows how a subset of servers can be allocated to one aspect of GIS services. In this diagram there are three (3) hosts ...


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an explanation of the cause of the problem can be found here. Because L.Util.template only supports a limited characterset, the recommended solution is to use a more robust templating solution like Underscore, Lodash or Handlebars in situations like this.


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If ArcGIS Server is using Windows domain User / Role stores, you will need to prefix your login with your domain name. For example, if my windows domain is XNET.gov, my log in username would be "XNET\btelliot".


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As it turns out this is caused by an "issue" in the env.settings. I used arcpy.ResetEnvironments() and arcpy.ClearEnvironment("workspace") before using the arcpy.arcpy.MakeRasterLayer_management and everything worked as expected. arcpy.ClearEnvironment("workspace") arcpy.ResetEnvironments() AddRasterMxd = ...


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Here is your answer: As you are trying to add a Cached Image Folder, you must use MakeImageServerLayer_management instead of MakeRasterLayer_management. Here is the simple snippet to do what you need. You can simply paste it into the python window and see the response. just change the path to your compact cache folder (Raster): import arcpy mxd = ...


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You can also install Cartoview take a look at Cartoserver. Cartoserver will provide you some basic ESRI JSON support to get yourself started with ESRI REST API for free before you buy the full version. Geoprocessing is not supported, however if you will have a high entry point to your solution



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