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Depending on how good are the relative topologies of street and parcels you might want to: buffer the selected street and find out which parcels instersect, if the topology is not reliable; perform a spatial join (intersect would work I think) between the two feature classes if the topology is reliable. Both these operations can be encapsulated in a ...
You need to create the ArcObject instances (GeometryBagClass at the beginning and PolygonClass near the end of your code snippet) on the ArcGIS Server SOC by using IServerContext.CreateObject. Your current code creates these objects on the web server (or wherever your ADF app is running), which requires a lot of marshalling which in many cases seems to never ...
Draw to the GraphicsLayer http://edndoc.esri.com/arcobjects/9.2/NET_Server_Doc/developer/ADF/graphics.htm
If you are using multiple services via SOAP, creating shared value objects is recommended and much more convenient than converting to Web ADF/ArcOBjects geometric objects. See this page for how to achieve this: http://resources.esri.com/help/9.3/arcgisserver/apis/soap/Using_multiple_services_in_a_single_application.htm
1) Remove the reference "ESRI.ArcGIS.ADF.Local.dll" and then add reference from new machine. The error may occur due to change in path of the DLL in the new machine. 2) Check the .Net Framework in both machines, if there is a mismatch, change references accordingly. 3) If both these options do not work, then check that the DotNet SDK is installed properly ...
Aggregate the points collection to a polygon
Your issue is most likely related to user permissions. There are several things you need to make sure in order to connect to ArcGIS Server: The user name you are trying to use must be a member of the agsadmin group If this is a desktop application, the user you are currently logged in as (if different from above user) must also be a member of agsadmin. If ...
As quoted from the web ADF reference documentation: Classes that will be used as the ServerActionClass for a toolbar item must implement this method. So, unless I misunderstood the question, the answer is yes.
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