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Jul
15
comment Is there any Tool which can be used to automate ArcGIS web based application?
Yes. Thats what my post shows. If you have a known element in the app, you can move the mouse to a given spot "on the screen" by doing an offset of the 2 elements. This requires you to send a request to the app to get screen units to do this offset. I dont think you can simply say "click 10,10 WGS84". Selenium doesn't know anything about geography. It just knows the screen resolution.
Jul
15
comment Is there any Tool which can be used to automate ArcGIS web based application?
Read my answer here, it is specific to Python+Selenium, but you should be able to apply the same techniques with Java+Selenium
Jul
15
comment Is there any Tool which can be used to automate ArcGIS web based application?
You mean to test your web app? If testing, what languages / harness do you already use?
Jul
10
comment Is there a way to position parameters in a Python script tool dialog box?
Style sheet can't position elements like that
Jul
10
comment Common Tasks on ArcGIS Server REST service
Give this a read blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2013/10/10/…
Jul
9
comment How can I reproduce the ArcMap “Select Layer By Attribute” tool as a Web Service Geoprocessing Tool?
So again, I go back to the Query Widget as it provides a "pretty interface" for constructing a SQL Query.
Jul
9
comment How can I reproduce the ArcMap “Select Layer By Attribute” tool as a Web Service Geoprocessing Tool?
Once you get SLBA published as a GP Service, you need to make the nice interface as a web app developer to use it. The UI you see where you get to pick and design a SQL query like in ArcMap doesn't just happen out of the box. The SQL Expression SLBA requires gets turned into a simple string when published. Pretty sure the WAB has no logic to automatically pretty up that string into a SQL clause, thus leaving it on you.
Jul
8
comment Fail to publish GP as a service
What version of AGS? Based on this: Data: \,, my best guess is the SDE data. There is no where else in your script with a " \ ". However its strange it is just the slash and not the full path to the dataset.
Jul
7
comment Common Tasks on ArcGIS Server REST service
You certainty can run tools against a feature service layer. However the output of dissolve would be local, so having edit permissions on the FS doesn't matter. Could you post the script you're using?
Jun
26
comment Is it possible to rollback an ArcGIS Pro Update instead of uninstalling/reinstalling?
Thanks for submitting the reports, we do review those. Glad you're up and running. Best I can tell 1808 is final, 1472 would be a beta version. There has been 2 X.0.X updates since final, thus 1.0.2 is current. Dont have an answer about uninstalling those updates.
Jun
25
comment Is it possible to rollback an ArcGIS Pro Update instead of uninstalling/reinstalling?
Have you submitted any of this crash information to the Pro beta forums or tech support? I thought 1808 was the released (1.0) version of Pro, but I might be wrong. There has to my knowledge only been 1 updated pushed out (or 2?) and didn't hear anything about it causing crashes. My point is: any info you got regarding this would be good for us (esri) to get
Jun
25
comment Methods for importing GeoJSON feature collection into ArcMap?
Which version are you on? Have you seen asShape? resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//… it accepts geojson
Jun
22
comment Displaying estimated computational time when running tools in ArcGIS for Desktop?
I can't think of a tool that reports when it thinks it'll be done. But I dont know all 900+ tools. I can say the vast majority of core/analysis type tools do NOT report this information. Tools almost always report % complete. Maybe the caching tools report how much time is left?
Jun
22
comment Displaying estimated computational time when running tools in ArcGIS for Desktop?
You're statement as-is, isn't entirely correct. Since 10 (or was it 10.1?) background processing has been the default inside ArcMap/Catalog. At 10.2.1 a separate, downloadable installation of 64bit Background was made available and can be optionally installed. My point is: 32 or 64, it doesn't matter. Background processing is just that when it comes to interaction within the app. Either you're using it or not, regardless if you've downloaded 64bit.
Jun
16
comment “From PDF” toolset not available in 10.3
Yeah, I think you're on pre-release. I see 4322 is final # for 10.3
Jun
16
comment “From PDF” toolset not available in 10.3
You're absolutely certain you're on 10.3? Per the what's new, the tool was installed in 10.3: desktop.arcgis.com/en/desktop/latest/main/get-started/…
Jun
16
comment Using Google API within Python and applying to ArcMap?
"homework scope creep"
Jun
16
comment Using Google API within Python and applying to ArcMap?
What'd mean homework done? This isn't wrapped up nicely in an actual PYT so it can be run as a tool. ;)
Jun
15
comment Comparing field names and field formats for featureclass using ArcPy?
Have a look at Feature Compare (desktop.arcgis.com/en/desktop/latest/tools/…) You can set it to compare schema only. You'd still need to write the code to make one item match the other
Jun
10
comment Make XY Event Layer in ArcGIS Pro
This works just fine for me. I can't find TM65_Irish_Grid. I can find TM75, not 65. Is this a custom projection? Will the tool run if you set as "GCS_WGS_1984"?