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I think that this is possible as long as the gp service that you have dumps it as a json and then you can make the call to that output from your JS. See this thread for more info. RESTful Geoprocessing Service Request returns empty Result object without errors


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If you've published a Feature Service, you should be able to use the AddFeatures operation in the REST API.


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I added aerial imagery from GIS server and created fishnet over the area of interest: I use fishnet as index layer for my data driven pages, making sure the sorting order coincides with record order in fishnet table. I applied script (see below) to travel through pages, export them to temp raster, clip it to PNG raster named after page name. Result shows ...


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You can get the result of a GP Service in JSON by simply asking for the response format to be returned as JSON. You just need f=json in the request. For example (emphasis added, but removes it from the clickable link), the following will output JSON. JSON Features actually, similiar output to what you'd get when doing your buffer-merge workflow. ...


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hi I think u can make this raster dataset to export it into other formats like image formats(.tif,.png,.sid) and then u can add all these images into mosaic dataset and run "manage tile cache" to use as like base map or backfill layer.


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Like @nmtoken suggested, "MapServer" just provides a unique URL to navigating the HTML RESTful endpoints for ArcGIS Server, such as: http://server/arcgis/services/folder/service/MapServer/layerindex http://server/arcgis/services/folder/service/FeatureServer/layerindex From @jgravois "The only thing that distinguishes FeatureServer layers from MapServer ...


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I have answered the same question here Which feature class(es) is/are used by a service. By the way, you can access this information manually in the ArcGIS Desktop application by right-clicking the service in the Catalog window and choosing Service Workspaces. You can either read the service metadata: This information is stored as service metadata ...



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