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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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A license manager is only installed for concurrent use software seats, and only when the license manager application is explicitly installed on a host. The Image Server Extension is a ArcGIS for Server extension, which is only available in single-seat keys. Authorization is a multi-step process, which is documented online, and can be summarized by: ...


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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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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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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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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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I assume you want to use a geoprocessing service in your web app along with your map service. I give the Creating GP Services presentation at the ESRI UC, and show a demo of this. This is what I'd consider the least likely scenario in terms of GP services consuming data, thus it's not well documented. That said, you can use a geoprocessing service to work ...


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The array of module IDs passed to require includes "dijit/form/Button" but there's no alias for it in the callback. Add Button, between Color, and on, in the arguments for your function that's passed to require and dom will exist and have the byId method you're trying to use.


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You're calling <script src="https://js.arcgis.com/3.15/"></script> multiple times in your HTML file. You can't use <script> HTML tags inside your .js file.


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You could take a look at the maki https://www.mapbox.com/maki/ icon set from mapbox. They've got a couple of teardroped shaped symbols (marker-stroke and marker ), and are downloadable as SVG and PNG, and if you grab the github repository there's an ArcGIS Style file. As an added bonus they're released under a creative commons license so you can use them ...


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You can use my restapi module. It is very simple to do these kinds of things: import restapi import os url = 'http://gis.mda.state.mn.us/arcgis/rest/services/MN_Agriculture_EAB_Detection/MapServer' # reference map service mapService = restapi.MapService(url) # reference quarantine county layer so we can get a single feature quarantines = ...


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Esri deprecated use of the ArcSDE application server (giomgr and gsrvr processes) in favor of exclusive Direct Connect connections at 10.2 (there are no 10.3 application server binaries). ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2 added a number of tools to replace the deprecated tools like sdemon, and 10.3 added more. The Do This, Not That! – Alternatives to using SDE command ...


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Are you talking about the Enable Enterprise Geodatabase tool in ArcToolbox? Please see System tables of a geodatabase in SQL Server which lists all tables created when enabling your Enterprise Geodatabase and explains what they're for. Near the top of that page is a link to this PDF diagram of how all the system tables relate. *Other RDBMS Below The ...


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That is exactly what I have done many times. You can author a tool, run it in ArcMap to get a result, you publish this result on an ArcGIS Server instance. Now you have a geoprocessing service (GP) there. If you want to publish this on another machine, there are some alternatives: You need to copy the Result object into another machine with ArcGIS Desktop ...


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So this is what I think is happening to you: and this is why when you combine your rasters your resulting image is almost all black. Because there is too much variation in their min-max values when you combine them. So you need to find where is most of your data and do some stretching, even edit min-max values. You can use the symbology tab of your image ...


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The only way ArcGIS Server can dynamically access a data table is if the service is published with a data source which is registered with the ArcGIS Server cluster. If you don't have a registered data source, AGS will raise a warning in the publishing process, but will let you override that warning to make a static copy in a file geodatabase (which is ...


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So it turns out this is a known issue - NIM098733. It's fixed at 10.3 and there are no plans for porting back to earlier versions, so if, like me, you're on 10.2.1, you'll need to upgrade.


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According to About registering your data with ArcGIS Server, When you register a folder, its subfolders are also registered. Paragraph just above the second Note box.


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This will depend if the Service producer has enabled KML, but will be the easiest way to get a KML format of the service. From here, you can add the content to your google map with no problems. Navigate to the ArcGIS Service Directory of the address you have (I will be using a sample ESRI server) ...


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I checked Network adapters in Computer Management. There was a new "Microsoft Hosted Adapter" there. I disabled it, scan for hardware changed and it disappeared, then i can use internet again.


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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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Using ArcGIS tile server, I manage to display satellite imagery even to 16 layer zoom level, but tiles are shuffled around. .... Basemap tiles are shuffled and do not correspond to lat/lon, but overlay is ok. According to the osmdroid Map Sources page, ESRI map services use the ZYX URL tile numbering format instead of slippy maps' ZXY that osmdroid ...


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In short, no. There is no way to extract that information from a .ags file without a major effort and some serious reverse engineering. Esri designed it that way because having a file that contained the fully qualified domain name of a server as well as the complete credentials of a user with privileges to access that server would pose a major security risk. ...


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Here's what worked for me in IIS 8.0. This may be different on other versions of IIS. Either remove the customHeaders in the website root directory's web.config file or delete the web.config file completely. Then switch to the ApplicationHost.config in the IIS Configuration Manager for the arcgis application and add Access-Control-Allow-Origin name and * ...


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You could check to see if its crashing or simplying trowing error in ArcGIS Server logs. If its crashing and creating the DMP files under C:\arcgisserver\logs\\errorreports path then open that DMP file with Visual Studio to see the error message. This majorly due to AGS account access to your local machine AGS directory. As per ESRI below mention step can ...


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Yes, you can publish this tool so it can reconcile versions that are created dynamically. You need to add a couple other tools to the model though. Most of the tool parameters can/should be model parameters, this will give you the most flexibility. You should not use a parameter for the sde connection since this will be a connection on the server. The ...


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This error can also ocur if you have made an MXD that does not contain anything. Please note that getting analysis from analysis = arcpy.mapping.CreateMapSDDraft(...) does not give a complete picture, so the error may come out when you convert the sddraft to sd even after reviewing the analysis. A better way is to do analysis = ...


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I was having the same exact problem. What finally worked for me is adding the following to the ROOT site and NOT the application for the web adapter. Does it make sense? Not to me. But it worked for me. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <configuration> <system.webServer> <httpProtocol> <customHeaders> ...


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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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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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