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You are really looking for a difference between ArcGIS Server (AGS) 10 and 10.1 (there are almost no changes in 10.3 since 10.1 in terms of architecture). Read this page from Esri Help: What's new in ArcGIS 10.1 for Server. This will give you a good overview of the difference. There are dozens of Esri videos on the new AGS 10.1 introduced around in 2010. ...


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Per this Can I publish a service to 10.3.1 using an earlier version of ArcGIS for Desktop? Generally, you can use a 10.1 or later version of ArcGIS for Desktop to publish a service to a 10.3.1 server. However, there are some restrictions to publishing if you are attempting to take advantage of functionality exclusive to 10.3.1: If you're using web-tier ...


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The DBA is probably using Oracle's standard administration tools and console (Enterprise Manager / Grid Control). That console will highlight the high consumers in terms of number of SQL statements executed, rows fetched, CPU or IO consumption, etc. It also highlights the top SQL statements in the same way. To find out the details of what statements get ...


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I think the path "Database Connections/..." only works in active ArcGIS client instances, not in scripts. Use full paths in scripts. To Illustrate: >>> arcpy.Exists (r"DatabaseConnections\DB.sde") False >>> arcpy.Exists (r"C:\Users\%user%\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.3\ArcCatalog\DB.sde") True As far as python failing on opening the ...


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It should work if you replace "www.google.com" with 'http://www.google.com' (note the single quotes). var link = "<a href='http://www.google.com'>Google Office</a>"


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You cannot publish a basemap which is an ArcGIS Server service itself. You need to add the basemap Topo to your web application or some other client from which you want to access your GIS services. From the Help: Your data frame contains a basemap layer. Basemap layers contain layers or map services meant to be used as a background or reference ...


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you can use Oracle Real-Time SQL Monitoring to look for queries which are going to yours db server, or use ArcGIS System Monitor but you have to have at least AGS 10.1 or greater


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use the locate event emitted by the widget as your opportunity to get a reference to the geolocated coordinates. geoLocate = new LocateButton({ map: map }, "LocateButton"); geoLocate.startup(); geoLocate.on('locate', function(evt) { console.log(evt.graphic.geometry); }); pass this geometry in a spatial query to your ...


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because ArcGIS Server operations are able to reproject output features on the fly, there should never be a need to do it manually afterward. it looks like prior to 3.12, in situations like this, the ArcGIS API for JavaScript was incorrectly identifying the spatial reference of output geometries from identify as WGS84 {wkid:4326} instead of web mercator ...


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I received help from ArcGIS tech support, my problem was that Arc Server is 64 bit and Desktop is 32 bit, and both products are installed so the most recent gets the default. Oops - I should have installed Server first. Here is the tech article: FAQ: Why do Python scripts fail on a machine with both ArcGIS for Server and Desktop installed?



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