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You have misinterpreted the meaning of the supported environment pages. Esri never specifies a "maximum OS". All it does is report tested and certified configurations. Older configurations are unsupported, and for newer ones, the Supported Environment Policy states: That environment is supported if it meets or exceeds the base build environment and ...


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You are best to just follow the article Related Tables – Exploring New Ways to use Collector for ArcGIS the key points are you will want to create a Relationship Class inside of and SDE that is registered to your server [] if they do not have an ArcGIS Online Account then you can build out an app using the WebAppBuilder that has the Editor enabled. ...


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// dojo.require("esri.map"); // dojo.require("esri.dijit.Popup"); require ([ "esri/map", "esri/dijit/Popup" ], function ( Map, Popup ) { ... dojo.ready(init); });


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Instead of using a setRequestPreCallback, you can just append the token to the MapService, and the JSAPI will send it along: new ArcGISDynamicMapServiceLayer("https://my.url.com/map/Assets_Service/MapServer?token=" + token);


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So navigate to your server manager > services > Site root > publishing tools > edit service security > check (public,Available to everyone) > save.


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ESRI says: "Can't be done, the differences between the two systems are to great"


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Are you adding the map service and the feature service to the same web map? If you want feature editing you will need to have the feature service in the map. If you do not need bot services in the map I would remove the map service. Hope this helps


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I was also looking around for the solution that why hill shade is not smooth for the areas where elevation level is low. And Here I found the solution When we download digital elevation models (DEMs) in raster format, the spatial reference is usually a geographic coordinate system (versus a projected coordinate system). Using these DEMS to create a ...


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This seems to be a bug introduced at version 3.14. It seems to work fine with 3.11-3.13.


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As we were looking around for different solutions, we thought there must be a difference in adding a cached and a non-cached layer. And here we got the solution. We were trying to add ArcGIS Tiled Map Service layer NSURL* url = [NSURL URLWithString: @"http://services.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/rest/services/World_Topo_Map/MapServer"]; ...


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Server doesn't take advantage of GPU processing, nor do the extensions you mention. System requirements for Server don't mention GPUs at all.


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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> <add ...


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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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In Arc 10.2 you can use IMapServerRESTLayer. Using this avoids using SOAP. Here is some code (VB.Net) that shows how it is used, with some extra code. This code is for a AddIn button. The extra code checks if the connection is OK by requesting a json file. Also, there is code for displaying the json file, and getting the REST file general information. I ...


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I ended up doing the following: The directory on the server is called "C:/arcgisserver/directories/arcgisoutput" so i simply created the same folder structure on my machine for the locale run. The problem one will encounter when doing that is that arcgis changes your code when it publishes it, one of the changes being changing paths - so you have to trick ...


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Unfortunately, you can only publish a tool once it has been successfully run. See this (older) thread with ESRI's reasoning for imposing this restriction: https://geonet.esri.com/thread/54637


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Yes. But the publishing process will NOT copy the dll. You'll get an analyzer error. You'll need to register the DLL directory with the datastore so ArcGIS Server doesn't try to copy it. See this link, it should be the error you get when trying to publish. You'll probably want to use a replicated data store entry as it sounds like you are not working on ...


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It had to do with how the AGS (ArcGIS Server) account was set up. The AGS is a local account not a AD account because of this it use db authentication not OS authentication. So because the AGS account is db authentication all accounts that are going to register data with the server have to use the same authentication mode as the AGS account when connecting ...


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This is a ridiculous deficiency to ArcGIS Server security. How can you have effective security management with this limitation. Here is the ESRI "Bug" number. NIM086293. The status is "Closed: Will not be addressed". Why would this be? Maybe so they can sell more licences to Server to separate data.


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This is only for documentation, and many thanks for KHibma for the helpful solution. the right situation is


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Information here on turning a single machine configuration into a cluster. For this particular issue, the problem was the config store was referenced by the first GIS Server through a local path. When attempting to connect the 2nd GIS Server, it cannot access the local path on the first machine. The config store must be setup with the ArcGIS Server using a ...


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With a dynamic map service, you can simply request it in a different coordinate system using the spatialreference parameter. Lets assume you already have a map defined in your javascript app, with a spatial reference of 4326 (web mercator), by simply adding the dynamic map service, (with a differing supported spatial reference) it will automatically ...


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For the machine name, it should only be the name of the machine and do not include the domain. From your second screen shot of windows explorer, it appears the machine name is only NODE-02. It is looking for a config store based on the machine name so I think this is where your issue is. Your machine URL of http://NODE-02.CLUSTER-MOLG.PS:6080/arcgis/admin ...


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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 problem here is that Active Huricanes layer is added as a feature layer rather than a dynamic map service. Difference is that dynamic map service serves rendered images and rendering is done on server so everything is rendered as specified in MXD. However, the feature layer serves the actual geometry (vertices) and symbology used. Rendering is then ...


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The documentation states (emphasis mine): The ArcGIS client APIs allow apps to download map tiles from the server for offline use. When you check the checkbox Allow clients to export cache tiles, you authorize these downloads to occur. Large downloads of tiles can negatively affect your server performance and overwhelm the client device. Use ...


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It's somewhat confusing, because "ArcGIS Server" is associated with multiple aspects of the Esri ArcGIS "platform" (software stack), but the web services component of ArcGIS Server to which you refer is a "thin client" technology used to centralize data and geoprocessing services, so that the least possible data is transmitted across a network. The Esri ...



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