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I currently have an arcpy script that selects stores that are open after the user inputs their date and time. I'm looking to embed the results on a website using leaflet. If I have the user input their date and time using an HTML form, how can I pass the results to my arcpy script?

  • you will need a webserver with cgi or wsgi to pass html forms to python scripts. – neogeomat May 20 '18 at 14:09
  • I think you need to investigate the term geoprocessing service. – PolyGeo May 20 '18 at 19:51
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As mentioned in the comments, you should look at either some sort of RESTful service via a WSGI server or a Geoprocessing Service, which the latter requires ArcGIS Server.

If you don't have access to ArcGIS Server, I strongly recommend using WSGI server such as Flask, Django, or a handful of other options.

A colleague and I presented this sample mabpox based application that calls on a Python Flask service (see the flask_sample folder). This is a fairly simple example of a custom REST service from a WSGI service. You can run the server locally or for production it is recommended to deploy on IIS or Apache.

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