Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

2

I'm not an expert in Silverlight, the way to fix the geometry is to simplify it. Use ITopologicalOperator5, set the isknownsimple to false and then call simplify which will return a geometry with multiple parts - in this case 3 parts.


2

You can limit the map extent to an envelope. The user cannot navigate outside the envelope defined in the behavior. You are supposed to define a ConstrainExtentBehavior behaviour: <esri:Map x:Name="MyMap" Extent="-120,30,-60,60"> . . . <i:Interaction.Behaviors> <esriBehaviors:ConstrainExtentBehavior ...


1

The questions you raise are some of the fundamental trade-offs between performance and flexibility of tiled services. The short answer is: No, you can't reproject it 'on-the-fly' either at the server or client. In my opinion, your best choice is to adopt the web-mercator alternate sphere projection. The next-best solution is to recreate the cache in the ...


1

Is there any particular reason not to serve the basemap with 3857 projection, such as your area of interest is at a high latitude? Almost all basemaps you can access freely on the internet is in this projection. If you have all the original data, you can publish your own image service in perhaps any projection you want. But for cached image service, it's ...


1

Have you looked at the Scale Property (Map Options) class? Gets or sets the map's scale. Optional but recommended for scale-dependent layers or reference scales set. Can be determined based on PrintParameter Map/Layers. Takes precedence over Extent. Output map is drawn at requested scale centered on the center of extent.


1

As for your question "Can a routing service take polygon geometry (for stops)?" the answer is ,no, it cannot. You have to send in the points as stops (not polygons). To solve the problem of your web application not returning anything, there are different restriction that apply to a service, some of which can be modified in the route request. For example, ...


1

You need the following information about the TilingSchema: LOD's Tile origin Tile size With this information, calculate the envelope of a tile is a simple mathematical calculation. Look at the following picture: Here’s some math you can use to find any tile: Column = Floor((Point of interest X – Tile origin X) / (Resolution of Level * TileSize)) and ...


1

See my answer to your other very similar question for example code using the Silverlight API's GeometryService Project operation.


1

This is an Old Question, but ESRI has finally cleared up the matters via a blog post in Feb 2014. You can read it here: http://blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2014/02/21/esris-roadmap-for-web-developers/ Let me quote the main points from this post: Esri will aggressively encourage the use of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript .... We do not plan to add these ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible