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comment Calculating the distance between a point and a virtual line of two lat/lngs
+several million pseudo-points for not using trigonometric functions, by the way. All too many people pull out ArcTan when they should be looking at this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_product
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answered Count the number of segments of a polygon based on the angles
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answered How can I get SOESupport to handle Polymorphism?
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comment Getting unique value records from a field
I don't think there's any way at all to get this to work within the confines of ArcObjects. You'll have to go through a more procedural route to do the same thing, unfortunately.
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answered Getting unique value records from a field
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comment What's the easiest way to move tile-based services?
It's crazy to not make an archive, but zip won't usually deal with that many files. Tar is pretty standard, but I was seriously hoping for a better solution. OTOH, we're migrating to 10, which makes a lot fewer files for a tileset.
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revised How do I get a json list of REST SOE's supported by a Mapservice?
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answered ArcGIS Server 10 Java - 403 on ArcGIS Servlet Manager
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comment How do I generate code from ESRI GPServer wsdl?
Given the WSDL-first approach, I think that one of my answers below will actually fit with what you're trying to do - you just get extra bits for generated client-side code that you can remove if you don't want to drag them around with you.