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If it's only for 50 people you can share it with Dropbox and it'll work. Another option that is a little complex, but very fast, is using S3 to host a static website. I think Dropbox would suit you better. You can do cool things then, like: it's versioned for a month (you can restore previous versions via the Dropbox web-interface). you can edit the file ...


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You can do this, but you'll need to configure distinct host headers on the IIS sites used by ArcGIS Server (probably Default) and SharePoint (probably SharePoint - 80). The underlying issue is that SharePoint and ArcGIS Server use different directories on disk.


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SpConfigUtility.exe To add components to particular web applications or site collections, use the -url parameter (e.g. "spconfigutility -install -url http://localhost:1234"). Multiple urls may be specified in one command (e.g. "spconfigutility -install -url http://localhost:1234 -url http://localhost:5678"). If the url is that of a web application (or site ...


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I have not tested this, but I suggest looking at a Python library like python-sharepoint to copy data from the Sharepoint list and then use ArcPy to write it into a file geodatabase table.


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Take a look at Query Layers. Load your parcel boundary layer into ArcMap Pull the information you require from your back-end Sharepoint into a stand-alone table in ArcMap (including the ID field that joins it to the Parcel) Make a join between from the parcel layer to the query layer. I believe that this link should now be dynamic and will pull the data ...


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You could accomplish most of these using Google Fusion Tables. Put together a list of facilities (company owned, company leased, government leased) on a map. Create a Fusion Table which lists those attributes, plus the address or lat/long of each facility Develop a system that can be easily updated by non-GIS users. Fusion Tables is a bit like Excel, ...



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