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@JasonBK @jasonbk The CreateMapSDDraft method used in this sample asks for a {folder_name} parameter that was setted to None, so by default it points to root level (see below). If you want to use a sub folder you must specify this instead of None, so in the sample you will use something like this: analysis = arcpy.mapping.CreateMapSDDraft(mapDoc, sddraft,...


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My answer to this earlier question has a code example of how to accomplish this: http://gis.stackexchange.com/a/199366/72254


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From the following post: https://geonet.esri.com/thread/158172 It looks like if you change your import from: import urllib to: from urllib import * this may resolve your problem.


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Finally got it to work. I ended up using identifyParams(). myMap.addEventListener(MapMouseEvent.MAP_CLICK, function(meEvent:MapMouseEvent):void { hidePopup(); // I have a popup method later on that hides or shows a popup containing a string var identifyParams:IdentifyParameters = new IdentifyParameters();...


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The "logo" option is documented as being a Boolean value that defaults to true. So if you put false, it won't show it; if you enter any value (or leave it off so it defaults to true), it will show their logo. (This is because JavaScript interprets any non-null value as true.) So you're left with the option to set it to false, and float your own logo over the ...


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Reserved Instance cost savings automatically get applied to an on-demand instance that matches the: instance type Availability Zone platform tenancy ..of the Reserved Instance that you have purchased. So, assuming you have access to your AWS Console, you can go in there, search for and purchase a Reserved Instance that matches the above specs of your on-...


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Your administrator might try unchecking the https requirement option. Seems like this setting would be better if Esri made it at the app level, instead of for the entire Portal.


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Perhaps it is a setting under Chrome's hood? Google Chrome's team released a statement asking for http sites to be marked as non-secure with a large X on the lock symbol but they wrote that it would not break functionality.


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It's working: Go to "Database Connections" in the catalog window or ArcCatalog. Double click "Add Database Connection" a dialog box will open and authenticate as Database Administrator "sa" or using your windows authentication is the user part of sysadmin. Click OK, another dialog box will pop up asking you to provide a path to license file give it ...


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You need to provide your geodatabase with a license to use in an enterprise database environment. Run the Create Enterprise Geodatabase tool and provide the license or authorization file in order to license your database. This tool needs to be run even if the database already exists - if it exists you just point it at the existing database and it will ...


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In ArcCatalog, go to the referenced mosaic dataset you are unable to load. Right click; go to Modify; from the pull out menu, select Repair. Notice the Original Path. This is the error: the path is not what your server can see. Even if it looks right, do this: In ArcCatalog, select the Raster Catalog that the reference mosaic dataset was created from. Copy ...


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Rookie mistake. Specifying the timezone fixed the issue for me. (App)


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Answer: I changed hosts of my app http-requests to localhost and everything is good now. Also, I downloaded JS API and set localhost as host there. I think, the problem was in mismatched hosts: I've deployed my app on my computer with corporate IP address as host but HTTP-requests have gone to localhost.



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