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I use the following settings to "Start a program" in the task scheduler. I find it best to use the full path to the Python executable to be safe. Program/script: Full path to Python.exe, C:\Python27\ArcGIS10.2\python.exe Arguments: Name of script, script.py Start in: Location of script.py, something like C:\path\to\script Also, if you pass in arguments ...


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I have always set up simple batch files like this: start C:\Python27\ArcGIS10.3\python.exe \\some_server\some_script.py You'll just want to make sure the full path to the executable and script match exactly. If the path has any spaces in in it, you'll need to wrap it in double quotes. (" ")


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The creation of shortcuts is the last part of the installing procedure. You can look out for the postinstall.log to see if anything went wrong with the installation. Manually, you can search for qgis.bat with the Windows Explorer, and move that with pressed right mouse key to an empty part of the desktop. On relasing the mosue key, you can choose to create ...


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You might get problems with the folder structure, if project file and datasources are not in the same folder, or you used absolute instead of relative folder names. But you can look into the project file with any text editor and fix that. If your datasources are all in one folder on the mac, save the project file into that same folder using relative ...


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For me the QGIS Web Client is working fine in Windows7. As the Script Alias changed from /cgi-bin/ "C:\OSGeo4W/bin/ to "C:\OSGeo4W/apps/qgis/bin/" the php is not working now. Server returns the error message as below when typed localhost on address bar. "The requested URL /cgi-bin/php-cgi.exe/index.phtml was not found on this server" I need to add the ...


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I found a different solution which you can read here


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Below is a complete config/viewer.js configuration with the disclaimer widget added (11 lines of code) at the very bottom. It refers to the file disclaimer.html which should also be in the config folder. define([ 'esri/units', 'esri/geometry/Extent', 'esri/config', 'esri/tasks/GeometryService', 'esri/layers/ImageParameters' ], function ...


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That all sounds correct except perhaps the last sentence. Did you make that change in your applications config file viewer.js or in disclaimer.js? You should not copy the disclaimer.js file as that is just an example. You should be making changes in viewer.js since that is the file used by your application. There won't be a disclaimer widget ...


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You don't want to move the entire config file. You should copy the disclaimer widget's configuration from the widgets section in that file to the widgets section of your own application's config file. Make sure the path property correctly points to gis/dijit/Disclaimer like your other widgets. If you are using the href property, make sure it references ...



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