I have already posted this problem to geonet, but I thought it might be good to post it here, as people on GIS SE might have already seen such a problem (although I could not find any similar question).

Basically, I have more than 100 tile layers hosted on my ArcGIS Online, and I need to list them through the REST URL. However, some of my tiles are not listed there. It seems like the interface is limiting the number of elements to 100 (regardless the publication date and alphabetic order).

Moreover, I can confirm:

  1. all the services I am not finding in the REST are working properly.
  2. the server hosting the tiles is the same (or at least it should, as it is in the item's detail of AGOL)

Just to calrify: if from the AGOL interface, I enter in one of these tile layers' details and then click on visualize (at the bottom right part of the detail page), it opens up the details of the service via the REST interface. If from this same page I come back to the home of REST, where all services should be listed, the same service is not present there.

  • Do you login from the top right hand side on the REST page? – Russ Roberts Jul 28 '17 at 13:29
  • I can do that, but the only thing I get is a page with different colors, almost same elements. Just one more thing to interact with: a "catalog" button at the very bottom, which brings me to the same page I was before logging in. – umbe1987 Jul 28 '17 at 14:04
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    Are you accessing the page with a token? if not it will just show the publicly accessible services. Another thing to check, if you published tiles from features they will be under services.arcgis instead of tiles.arcgis – Russ Roberts Jul 28 '17 at 14:08
  • I am accessing the REST with a valid token. Indeed; I can see also the protected services. Also, all the tile layers were prudeced from tile packages. The only strange thing I've noticed is that the number of the elements isd exactly 100, while I have 119 tile layers. I think it might be a limitation of the interface. – umbe1987 Jul 28 '17 at 14:15
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    When you look under your organization do the Tile layers have (Hosted) around them. Possibly could have some setup that are duplicates or referencing another service. You could also check out using ago-assistant or under the org status page to find all your tile results and see what ones could be missing from the REST page. – Russ Roberts Jul 31 '17 at 14:05

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