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The short answer is no, the projection used by the USGS varies with product (map series), application (paper vs web vs GIS data), and department/region/whatever. If you really want some detail, they publish a document on projections called Map Projections: A Working Manual you can find at http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/pp1395


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I see you have the SQL Server tag so I will answer based on the assumption that both of your database servers are SQL Server. You can used SQL Server's Linked Servers to do this. In SSMS, log into the instance that has ArcSDE on it and do the following the following to set up a linked server: Instance > Server Objects > Right-click Linked Servers > New ...


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It looks like using the read() method was returning a string. json.load will return you a json object that you can then parse: import urllib2 import json url = "http://<myserver-name>/ArcGIS/rest/services/CU/MapServer?<layer-index>f=pjson" response = json.load(urllib2.urlopen(url)) min_scale = response["minScale"] max_scale = ...


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I think this is an issue with CORS. The layer you are trying to use is on an older version of server (10.0x) which mean that it does not ship with support for cross origin requests (CORS) out of the box. Esri Leaflet assumes newer versions of server (10.1x) which include support for CORS. You just need to tell Esri Leaflet not to use CORS the following ...


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There is a 2 GB file size limit which is set by web browsers Firefox/IE. You should use Google Chrome. From Esri Help: If the service definition you are publishing includes source GIS datasets, the size of the data and your network bandwidth will impact the time it takes to publish. Service definitions over 2 GB in size cannot be published using ...


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The answer for me was to look at http://blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2013/10/10/quick-tips-consuming-feature-services-with-geoprocessing/ and then create Python scripts which directly extract what's needed out of me map services. Below is an example, which is running off an ArcGIS server on my desktop. It's doing what Select by Attribute would otherwise do. ...


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Before doing ANY of this, be sure to make backups of your data in the event something goes awry . What we have done in similar situations is publish the new service with a different name. Once published, we cache the new service. Once the caching process completes for the new service, we rename the cache folders for the services in the arcgiscache ...


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There maybe a way with ArcGIS Server 10.3 to publish sync capable maps without SDE as they're including a "lite" geodatabase built within server 10.3. I haven't yet installed it though so cna't say for sure. If you have an ArcGIS.com license you could always host the feature services in the AGOL and enable sync there. I did that for testing before setting ...


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Tend to agree with @chris-w, if you look at the National Map, NED data) are not projected - though projections vary across the Survey, many times based on regional project needs (and if it's part of Mapping, Biology, Water, etc.). The USGS is spread across the landscape, typically with at least one office in each State, all with national, regional or local ...


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You can join and display datasets on a map using an ArcGIS endpoint if you join them in ArcMap. The process is described HERE. Once you make the connection in your MXD just publish it like you normally would and it will be your REST endpoint. This will allow a connection to two databases through an ArcGIS REST web service without you having to write a single ...


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I have found the decision. Convert all *.tab + *.jpg to *.ovr + *.aux + *.jpg. Add all converted files to map in ArcMap. Share map as service.


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I changed the URL call to my arcgis server to the ip address and the map finally prints. Probably a problem with the web adaptor.


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You should need to clear the cache only if you are creating new services or altering existing ones. For example if you are starting and stopping a service because you have altered the underlying MXD or MSD you would need to clear the cache for those changes to take effect. This needs to be done even for seemingly minor changes such as enabling or disabling ...



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