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The way I read it is that it asks you to check whether the account credentials used in the server connection file on your client are correct. To check which account you are using: In ArcCatalog or the Catalog window in ArcMap, find the connection profile (under GIS Servers), right-click and select Properties. Under Authentication, note the username. You ...


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To do a repair or uninstall, go into Add/Remove Programs, right click on ArcGIS 10.3.1 for Server in the list, select Uninstall/Change, and go from there. I've done uninstall/reinstalls too many times, and found that the repair takes just as long as a full uninstall/reinstall (or so it seems), and oftentimes doesn't fully fix the issue. So, when forced to go ...


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If you would be OK with having these files as HTML instead of PDF for your archive, they do come with the installer. When you unpack the setup file, look in the folder where it unpacks to. For me, it is C:\Users\myusername\Documents\ArcGISxxx\Server. In this folder, look under SetupFiles\Documentation. This should be a mirror image of the online docs, but ...


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The tile layers are image tiles (unless you are pulling from the new Vector Tiles services), so all the data in them is flattened into an image. There would be no way to 'vectorize' them. I think ESRI vector tiles are still in Beta development, and I have no idea whether they are planning to allow you to export them as a map other vector formats (eps or ...


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Using in PRTG the "advanced http sensor", you can check for some json content like:


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The AD integration could be happening in a couple of different ways: 1) at the web tier, i.e. using ArcGIS Web Adaptor in IIS, in which case the authentication will happen through the browser transparently to the application, and you shouldn't have to do anything explicitly at the app level 2) at the server tier, in which case it will be exposed to the ...


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According to esri folks (as posted on this Github issue), this feature is not currently available: @mappingvermont It's definitely something very nice and important to have. We're considering to support it in 10.5.


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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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The folks at esri have written additional code to enable reading multi-band LERC rasters. From the issue on github: The current js decoder does the bare minimum. To decode a multi-band pixel block, client needs to keep decoding until it reaches the end of the stream. We're planning to make this out of the box when lerc2 v3 JS decoder is available. I ...


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This is the expected result - the getCapabilities request goes via the proxy as it could be prevented by the browser as a Cross Origin Request. As the tiles themselves are loaded as images these are permitted cross-origin and so don't need to be loaded via the proxy - this can't be forced by configuring the Javascript API. If you needed to force the tile ...


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you can also go to the http://<>:6080/arcgis/manager go to the service > Parameters > Properties > Message Level: and set to Info and see the messages


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Once compressed, all the rows in the A&Don tables will be moved to the base table and the A&Ds will be empty. Building statistics at this point will cause the query optimizer to not be able to optimize the A&Ds (because they are empty). Meaning that even as they fill up during the day as people are editing, the statistics are still configured to ...


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As of ArcGIS Server 10.3, several Python-based command line utilities come bundled with ArcGIS server. Per esri's documentation they are usually installed here: C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\Server\tools\admin The manage service utility is great for starting, stopping or deleting services: python manageservice.py -u admin -p admin -s ...


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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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Simple answer: in the instances, just type: localhost, 5432 Or change to your port number it might be 54321 depending on your installation Colon and semi-colon doesn't work! comma is the answer. I just did it now.


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Marco_B pointed the way and, therefore his answer is accepted as correct. Nevertheless, since it is a theoretical answer that takes time to figure out how to implement, i will post the final code using OSMdroid 4.3 (slight difference in 5.0, see Marco_B's answer): String[] urlArray = ...


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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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Your script started out ok but then went a little astray after the loop. Hopefully this gets you there, although I can't test as I don't have ArcGIS Server available right now. import os import arcpy path= r"P:\Practical1_Administrators\Saved" for (path, dirs, files) in os.walk(path): for fl in files: if fl.lower().endswith(".mxd"): ...


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Just overwrite the existing service when you begin the publishing, and when you do that you are given a chance to keep the existing cache or delete it. Tell it to keep it. It's super easy.


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Yes you can choose to add only one layer to ArcMap - unfortunately it still appears as a child of the Web Map Service but will at least tidy up the list of layers in the Table of Contents. You can do this in two ways: When Adding the Service When connected to the service in GIS Servers, drill down to the individual layer you want and select add. This ...


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I've written a python script for this. This is the initial version of the script, so it needs to add certain values manually into the script. I've mentioned that in script. Here it is import math from pyproj import Proj, transform from PIL import Image import glob, os import sys from os import walk from os.path import join, getsize #this function would ...


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give your map "layers" IDs. toggle the visibility on/off via the "visible" option. eg. penwellPowerStations.visible=false; // hide it


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Esri map service URLs end with the type of the service, the main types you can use are: Map Server - Used for displaying layers as raster images(even vector data) and can be used for queries. Feature Server - Unlike the map server, the data is transferred as JSONs and is rendered with symbology on the client side. Used for client data editing and geometry ...


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Who said 'COM objects don't consume memory'? It may not be much but they do have at least a reference in memory... If you've only got 4GB to play with sometimes you need to be careful of even the little things. Most Esri objects are cleaned up nicely by the garbage collector, with cursors being a noticeable exception, workspaces and modified feature classes ...


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I know this question is really old now, but if anyone get the same problem as he got, maybe this could be helpful ! Your piece of code seems to be good in theory. As I used arcGIS/Leaflet in exactly the same way. But yea, problem could come from missing spatial reference (or maybe incorrect format (image/png or image/jpeg). For the spatial reference, here ...


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There appear to be no other postings about AnswerWorks either here or at GeoNet, and so I think your best option will be to post an ArcGIS Idea to have the ArcGIS Help enhanced to support partial word searches.


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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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