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Yes it is possible but this will only work with a webmapping framework. You can easily create such a webmap using qgis and the qgis2web plugin. The output is a folder which can be hosted anywhere. There might be possibilities with ArcGIS but this might be answered by someone else. You may want to check some online providers as well like cartodb or mapbox. ...


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I used this code to convert wgs84 to utm and utm to wgs84. Caution: Accuracy of this code is about one meter. <script> function Wgs2Utm( lan1,fi) { var a=6378137.000; var b=6356752.314; var f=(a-b)/a; var e2=Math.sqrt((Math.pow(a,2)-Math.pow(b,2))/Math.pow(b,2)); var e=Math.sqrt((Math.pow(a,2)-Math.pow(b,2))/Math.pow(a,2)); var zone; var lan0; if ...


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Add all your imagery to one Map Document. ( I have used Mosaic Datasets in this image - but there will be no difference in how your imagery acts in this process) Share your Map Document to your Server via File>Share As>Service. Setup all the requirements in terms of name, location, settings and cache. - Wait for the cache to complete and then ...


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It is possible consuming the feature service in ArcMap limited to query the data (e.g. select by attributes) but not allowing the download/export/save of it?


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Script it with ArcPy! You can create a script which loops through the gdb and publishes each raster it finds. Here is an example of a update feature service on AGOL script which you can edit for your needs. https://blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2013/04/23/updating-arcgis-com-hosted-feature-services-with-python/ You can find more information over here: ...


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The ArcGIS Online Webapp Builder is something for you. You can read all about it over here: http://doc.arcgis.com/en/web-appbuilder/ Here is some more information about analysis in ArcGIS Online: http://www.esri.com/esri-news/arcwatch/0813/perform-gis-analysis-in-the-cloud-with-arcgis-online


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@crmackey you are certainly right with your solution how to deal with webservices requests using standards, thanks! Later we found what we need using an ArcGIS GUI way: Having the webservice published with Feature access capability we add in ArcCatalog a GIS server connection to Use GIS services and then added Feature data to the TOC in ArcMap.


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The only way I think you can do this in ArcMap with web layers would be to create custom Add-Ins or script tools. MapServices support a query operation (which includes attribute and spatial queries), but this has to be done through HTTP protocol (through the REST API, or as SOAP which is how services in ArcMap are handled). It is also worth noting that ...


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So if you want to be able to make edits to those layers without exposing editing of the services in the public maps and you are using ArcGIS Online hosted feature services I would recommend you share the layers to a group with shared ownership control enabled (admins of the org can set these up), then invite the members of your org that would be performing ...



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