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I've created an ArcGIS map on my local ArcGIS map server using ArcMap desktop and I am able to open up the map from "View In: ArcGIS Online map viewer". When viewing the map, the url is something like:

www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?url=http%3A%2F%2Flocalhost%3A(...etc) --> simply the local url pointing to the map on my local rest service.

Can I modify this map using JS from here? How should I access this map and what is the map id in this case or do we even need it?

Also when I do "View In: ArcGIS JavaScript", it only shows the frame and the map doesn't come up

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the short answer is no. the ArcGIS Online map Viewer is not an application that has been open sourced, and therefore is not customizable.

that being said, we've created a variety of templated JavaScript applications that CAN be configured, rehosted, customized and shared. they are available from the 'share' dialog in the map viewer (with code available on github)

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