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Two things to check: Add a crossdomain.xml file to the web server.ArcGIS API for Flex - Crossdomain usage documentation Use the unsecured version of the the map service since HTTPS is not turned on by default for most versions of ArcGIS for Server. (Substitute localhost with the server name if needed.)


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The MXD file's layer seemed to have something wrong with it so I couldn't simply just publish it. Also doing that didn't allow me edit some information regarding the layers. I ended up finding a gdb file which allowed me to add the layers and edit them as I saw fit.


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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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The issue (after removing all the ":" from column names) is the column named "natural", which apparently causes problems because it is a reserved word. I changed the column name to "nat" and now can view the data in ArcGIS without errors. The ArcGIS OSM extension recommended above seems to have a way around this (see ...


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Esri Professional Services as developed a free reporting tool specifically designed for analyzing ArcGIS server and service logs called System Log Parser. From the description: System Log Parser is an ArcGIS for Server (10.1+) log query and analyzer tool. When run, it connects to an ArcGIS for Server instance on port 6080 as an administrator, ...


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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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I think you can make this raster dataset to export it into other formats like image formats (.tif,.png,.sid) and then, you 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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I found the problem and solution. The original layer had a GUID field that seemed to be causing an issue. I noticed that when accessing the hosted layer within ArcMap, the attribute table wouldn't load and threw an error because of this field. To solve, I created a text version of the field and republished. The geoprocessing service now works on the new ...


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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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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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In principle WFS 2.0 implies compliance to WFS 2.0.n it doesn't imply WFS 2.0.0, so you might need to check more closely that the servers you found that say they are compliant to WFS 2.0 aren't actually compliant to 2.0.2 That said, if you look at the OGC list of Implementations by Specification You can see that only one product appears to be implementing ...


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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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Its a bug. I worked with ESRI support to provide them with a procedure to reproduce in their environment. If/when they decide to provide a fix for this issue, I will update this answer. For now, I guess I'm outta luck... The bug has been logged and is BUG-000065570. ... client can also discuss this Bug with their account manager and let them know ...


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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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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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It is odd that when I hover the Geospatial Location Tool over either the main map or the small red map of Queensland towards top right those two data frames report what look to be sensible lat/long values. However, when I hover over what you call the key diagram towards lower right the values reported are nonsensical. Without knowing the precise steps used ...


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A little more digging and I found the answer. Sync enabled feature services started at Server version 10.2.1. http://server.arcgis.com/en/server/10.3/publish-services/windows/prepare-data-for-offline-use.htm


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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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I am assuming that you're talking about ArcGIS. The base table would include the data that was originally loaded into the feature class. As you make edits which include adding, deleting, or changing feature geometry or attributes, entries are added to the delta tables. When you view the feature class, the software shows you a combination of the base ...


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Even if you you could go with geodata services and doing crazy thing with replicas (extracting certain feature classes etc), you would still need to write own web service that would work with the data. I strongly suggest using a geoprocessing service instead. You can write simple arcpy code that can read the feature class with arcpy.da.SearchCursor and ...


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In_memory layers are not written to the disk; that is the whole point with the in_memory geodatabase workspace. The in_memory workspace is not published to the server. Registering in_memory on the server wouldn't make sense. Using in_memory is best practices for handling the intermediate data both for desktop and server geoprocessing workflows. For the ...


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If you view the link in a browser you'll see in the 'Extent' section the spatial reference is 102100. You can find see there is some information at this link http://spatialreference.org/ref/sr-org/6928/ It is basically an ESRI web mercator projection similar to EPSG:3857 which is used in most web map applications (i.e. Google, OSM)


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While as you have discovered the ArcGIS Server REST API doesn't expose Metadata, ArcGIS Portal and ArcGIS Online now support storing metadata for content items. This supports the listed metadata styles only and doesn't extend to custom stylesheets. If you did need to expose this metadata through the REST API then it should be possible by writing a Server ...


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I could of course load the layer into an mxd and set the visibility scale here and then publish as a map service, but then that wouldn´t be an image service any more. what do you mean by that wouldn't be an image service. if you will define the cache of the service upon publishing (create only the extents you need). the map server will act as a ...


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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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