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Geoprocessing team @ Esri. Tools, Models, Python, Services, Server, GPX and KML.


Jul
8
comment GIS projects with a raspberry pi
Note the R-pi runs on an ARM processor (think the same technology that your mobile phone uses). This may limit what "GIS" type of applications you could run on it (if thats what you want to do). I used a Rpi + GPS + 3G phone to act as a sort of tracker. I captured points and pushed them back to ArcGIS Online. So in terms of the Pi being a sensor, theres lots of potential. But like Paul said, very broad question. If you could give some focus or possible direction to your question maybe it will spurn ideas.
Jul
7
comment Changing default parser in ArcGIS Field Calculator to Python?
You're correct with the backwards compatibility reasons... Just a note though, in ArcGIS Pro, Python will be the only parser option.
Jun
30
comment Where can I find in depth documentation on modifying arcgis stylesheets?
Because thats how that parameter (extent) appears on the dialog.
Jun
27
comment Packaging succeeded but publishing failed. ArcGIS 10.1
Make sure the Publishing service on the Server is up and running
Jun
19
comment Creating tile packages (.tpk files) in ArcGIS for Desktop using multiple cores?
This tool only uses 1 core. No way to make it use multiple cores.
Jun
18
answered Specify geoprocessing service connection at publish
Jun
17
answered How do I use a server data store with a Python toolbox?
Jun
17
comment arcgis server performance comparison
To each their own, I personally wouldn't use a source that left questions on the methodology. But it is what it is, an analysis done by a student a few years ago. Hopefully someone has more recent, and quantitative results to share with you.
Jun
17
comment arcgis server performance comparison
Not to mention they were evaluating ArcGIS Server 10.0. Server has gone from 32 to 64bit plus countless other improvements at 10.1 and beyond.
Jun
17
comment arcgis server performance comparison
I cant answer your question, but I'm a little blown away by someone producing charts showing "speed", then making a note paragraphs further on saying the hardware wasn't identical for each test and test results might be different if the same hardware was used.
Jun
4
comment Sample FindNearest ArcGIS REST URL
Whats your client, javascript or another web-api or something like Python? All the information to submit a request is there, the "sample" is going to be different based on the client/app.
Jun
4
comment Sample FindNearest ArcGIS REST URL
You found this? developers.arcgis.com/rest/analysis/api-reference/…
Jun
3
answered ArcGIS 10.2 Broken Project Data Source Error when publishing a Geoprocessing Service
Jun
3
comment GPservice cannot connect to sde
Between 10.0 and 10.1 the publishing process was changed. 10.1 onwards copies everything the service will need over to that directory. Without having your complete workflow or seeing the data, I can't say why exactly it isn't working. But the g_ESRI variable is what it is suppose to do and sounds correct based on what you posted, just as long as the .SDE connection file is actually there.
Jun
3
answered GPservice cannot connect to sde
Jun
2
comment After SDE Conversion, cannot open our GP Services to republish them
Are you saying the "Service Editor", the window/wizard to publish a service doesn't open? If thats the case, in ArcMap, goto Customize >ArcMap options and on the sharing tab you'll see a "staging path". Go to that directory and delete everything there. Then after restarting ArcMap, try publishing again from a NEW result (fresh tool execution).
May
26
comment Geocoding in 64 bits - background geoprocessing
Are you sure? You should be looking for a RuntimeLocalServer.exe process. There will be 2, one will be bigger than the other. This is the 64bit BG process running your tool. [in addition to the check you have no dialog locking out ArcCatalog as this disappears when running in BG]
May
26
revised Geocoding in 64 bits - background geoprocessing
fixed URL
May
26
comment Geocoding in 64 bits - background geoprocessing
Did you uncheck the box on the model properties (general page) of "always run in foreground"? If you haven't unchecked that, the model will not run in the background.
May
16
comment Running x64 bit geoprocessing Python in Python IDLE 2.7.6 x64 error
If SPSS can use ArcGIS 64bit BG install, why not use that? You're done: because its already setup and ready to go. If you're rolling your own python, the numpy and matplotlib installs should find the 64bit python install and put them in there when installing. (those installers get that information from the registry)