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Oct
15
comment How do I generate code from ESRI GPServer wsdl?
Ok; so what I've done is proof of concept for a service, but there should also be the server interface in the generated code for you to work with from a WSDL-first development model. For what it's worth, I think the following would also get you what you needed: svcutil sampleserver1.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/Services/Specialty/… /out:IESRIMsgBottle.cs /noconfig /s /ct:System.Collections.Generic.List`1 /ser:Auto /tcv:Version30 /n:* /edb
Oct
15
comment How do I generate code from ESRI GPServer wsdl?
Ugh. So you want to reimplement that same interface yourself? Hang on, there's an option for that ... somewhere in this mess of agony. I got hung up on getting something from a client perspective, since that's what you had to start with - a service that someone could use. Will verify in the AM.
Oct
14
revised How do I generate code from ESRI GPServer wsdl?
Added code sample - proof of functionality
Oct
14
answered How do I generate code from ESRI GPServer wsdl?
Oct
14
answered How do I generate code from ESRI GPServer wsdl?
Oct
14
comment why is my findTask Not working correctly? can someone please look at my code and see if I have missed something?
Last stab at this, before I go nutso; You've got an MXD, how is the underlying data stored? Did you load it into a file geodatabase, or is it shapefiles by some chance?
Oct
14
comment why is my findTask Not working correctly? can someone please look at my code and see if I have missed something?
"Find" should then list the names / values of all the other fields. I verified that it doesn't work on any of the existing layers - you get just Feature ID: -1; Field Name: OBJECTID; Layer: <LayerName>
Oct
14
comment why is my findTask Not working correctly? can someone please look at my code and see if I have missed something?
"Feature Id" is just what what it's called by the find task. The actual output should be something like: Feature ID: 12 Field Name: OBJECTID Layer: Parcels OBJECTID: 12 Assuming you'd searched on objectid field, which doesn't work, either. In fact, find doesn't seem to work for any of the layers you've got there, which is troubling.
Oct
14
revised why is my findTask Not working correctly? can someone please look at my code and see if I have missed something?
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Oct
14
revised why is my findTask Not working correctly? can someone please look at my code and see if I have missed something?
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Oct
14
answered Multiple layer line selection based on multiple layer point, then calculate the length of lines
Oct
13
comment Displaying point data to reflect time/age
Then you don't attempt to smooth anything - like a heat map would tend to, and let the points kinda jump out at you. (I'm envisioning) that you're really talking about generating a 3D surface that looks like a bunch of stalagmites growing out of it. Maybe "bump map" would be a better description?
Oct
13
revised Displaying point data to reflect time/age
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Oct
13
answered Displaying point data to reflect time/age
Oct
13
comment Why are the coordinates transformed with proj.4 off compared to http://valdemar.kms.dk/trf/?
Well, they're really similar; etrs89 is based on wgs84 but accounts for continental drift, apparently (see link 1, above). If you used geographic etrs89 for the input to both methods, I'd have thought you'd have gotten very nearly identical results.
Oct
13
answered Why are the coordinates transformed with proj.4 off compared to http://valdemar.kms.dk/trf/?
Oct
12
answered Is there an interface that provides access to a property/method that shows whether a Layer is visible?
Oct
11
revised Clipping a SqlGeometry
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Oct
11
revised Clipping a SqlGeometry
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Oct
11
answered Clipping a SqlGeometry