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answered Overwrite existing ArcGIS Service?
May
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answered where to download gdal_polygonize.py?
May
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comment Tilemill and GeoTiff not working together
I believe it's just the nature of how GDAL performs reprojection. See this response from Frank Warmerdam to my question on the gdal-dev mailing list: lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/gdal-dev/2013-March/035676.html
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answered Tilemill and GeoTiff not working together
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awarded  Necromancer
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comment Changing the color ramp in arcgis javascript
How are you displaying these GeoTIFFs? Are you connecting to an Image Service or are you somehow displaying them completely client-side using MapImageLayer?
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answered Updating table with nearest node from another table
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comment Updating table with nearest node from another table
What error messages, if any, are you seeing when trying to execute that?
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May
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revised ArcGIS JS API Relationship Queries
Fixed code formatting
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suggested approved edit on ArcGIS JS API Relationship Queries
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answered Javascript Map (ArcGIS API for JS v 2.9) Not Releasing Listeners
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comment Javascript Map (ArcGIS API for JS v 2.9) Not Releasing Listeners
The latest release of Dojo as of 5/1/2014 is 1.9.3. I think you mean ArcGIS JavaScript API v2.9 (which is now at 3.9), which is built on Dojo. What do you mean by "the listeners won't release the tools"?
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comment Create Materialized View to Flatten ArcGIS JavaScript API Database
While you may be able to do this with a normal view or using joins/relates in your map document, for performance and ArcGIS compatibility reasons I would recommend what you already mentioned: Get the data provider to create a flattened table joined with all the data using SQL. Then add column & spatial indexes as necessary, register the table with ArcSDE and/or the geodatabase, and add to your map service as a normal layer. It's going to be much faster to draw than performing all of those JOINs on the fly.
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answered ArcGIS JavaScript API filter raster dataset