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I had a similar problem in that I needed to copy the add-in output file to another directory using a post-build event. Like you, I had a problem in that the add-in file hadn't been created by the time the post-build event fired. I believe I may have a solution for you. Instead of the target you are using above, try this: <Target ...


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Test the arcpy.JSONToFeatures_conversion(jsonfile, outputshapefile) function.


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You don't have to specify a built-in basemap. Add your custom basemap as a layer like so. var map; require(["esri/map", "esri/layers/ArcGISTiledMapServiceLayer", "dojo/domReady!"], function (Map, ArcGISTiledMapServiceLayer ) { map = new Map("map", { center: [-76.756, 40.241], zoom: 8 }); var ...


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mkennedy's link explains it but here are the details in case those posts go missing again: Set your SFTP client to log in to: server: mft.esri.com username: ADSRiverHydraulics password: ADSRiver.2014 It appears that they just change the year in the password, so if "ADSRiver.2014" doesn't work, try the current year.


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The content was migrated to GeoNet over the fourth of July weekend. A quick Google search turned up a relevant thread (read the top and bottom, because the password has changed since the original post), so GeoNet has been at least partially indexed by Google. Note: I turned up a possible link to the old forums on a private GeoNet group, but it's not ...


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Possible options: .prj file Create a .prj file which contains the EPSG:4326 that GeoServer does recognise. You can get this from the Demos -> SRS List admin page. Name this .prj file the same as your shapefile and if necessary overwrite the one that exists. Force declared When adding the layer, set the "Declared SRS to 4326" and the SRS Handling to ...


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The OpenGeo plugin for Qgis can use the wps services hosted on geoserver. It functions much like how arcgis uses their toolbox, it will require that the wps service is enabled and the process is available. You should also check out pyWPS


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Using Pre-existing WPS or Building Them There is a whole description/tutorial on web processing services (WPS) found here. Most of this is going to be done using HTTP requests sent to a server like GeoServer that is hosting this process. The GeoServer link will outline the general process of hosting and calling a WPS using their software. GeoServer's WPS ...



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