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Apr
20
answered Where can I get high-resolution (at least 1 foot) imagery of California?
Dec
5
comment Cache generation failed. Progress gets stuck at 0%
You have a 48GB tif? It's my understanding that tif and geotiffs files are limited to 4GB in size. digitalpreservation.gov/formats/fdd/fdd000279.shtml
Nov
12
accepted Fill no data area over ocean in orthophoto mosaic
Nov
10
comment Fill no data area over ocean in orthophoto mosaic
Hi Brad. My goal is to use the imagery as a base map for web applications. So anything that eases the edge transition on the waters near the shoreline. I've also been considering a rounded buffer of the shorelines to clip the imagery to in order to get rid of the sharper tile edges and corners.
Nov
10
asked Fill no data area over ocean in orthophoto mosaic
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
accepted Put the author's name on maps?
Dec
22
asked Put the author's name on maps?
Nov
21
answered What is a good resource for CA crop production data?
Aug
16
awarded  Teacher
Aug
16
answered ArcGIS 10 creating a shape file from current dataframe extents in layout view
Jul
29
accepted Use Esri Geoservices REST as backend for Python web framework (Django?)
Jul
29
awarded  Editor
Jul
29
revised Use Esri Geoservices REST as backend for Python web framework (Django?)
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Jul
29
comment Use Esri Geoservices REST as backend for Python web framework (Django?)
I think CRUD is all I would expect it to do. My thought is allowing CRUD functions on a FeatureLayer exposed through ArcGIS Server.
Jul
29
asked Use Esri Geoservices REST as backend for Python web framework (Django?)
Jun
28
awarded  Scholar
Jun
28
awarded  Supporter
Jun
28
comment Is it possible to find the Map Services URLs used in ArcGIS Flex or Silverlight web applications?
Thanks. That's exactly what I needed to know.
Jun
28
accepted Is it possible to find the Map Services URLs used in ArcGIS Flex or Silverlight web applications?