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You can add a WMS service to the Map using a WMSLayer class. Please have a look at this sample, which shows that you can display a WMSLayer in your map, with code like this: <esri:WmsLayer ID="OtherWMSLayer" Url="http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/cgi-bin/wms/nexrad/n0r.cgi" ...
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.
First, would the Map.SnapToLevels property help? Otherwise, more generally, look at the Map.Resolution property, the ground size of map pixels. You could force it to a value thusly: "Setting the Map.MaximumResolution and the Map.MinimumResolution to the same value essentially locks the Map to a specific scale; meaning that you can only Pan around". Maybe ...
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 ...
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