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You can go two ways. Use GP tool Create Map Tile Package (Data Management) (when you have a map document with vector data you want to rasterize and store within a tile package file). If you don't have vector data, consider taking a look at Data and Maps for ArcGIS. Use GP tool Export Tile Cache (Data Management) (when you have a GIS service map cache ...


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With featureLayers I think you need to reference a single layer in a map service or feature service. So, instead of: http://localhost:6080/arcgis/rest/services/CalvertCity_Test_2/MapServer try http://localhost:6080/arcgis/rest/services/CalvertCity_Test_2/MapServer/0 change the "0" at the end to match the layer you are interested in.


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Your graphics coordinates appear to be WGS 1984 or spatial reference 4326 so does your extent. You are trying to switch to a map service that is in Web Mercator which is spatial reference 102100. Just go to this link and look at the coordinates at the bottom and you can see they are different. http://help.arcgis.com/en/webapi/javascript/arcgis/demos/map/...


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There is a ConstrainExtentBehavior that you can add to the Map. See here. <esri:Map x:Name="MyMap" Extent="-120,30,-60,60"> . . . <i:Interaction.Behaviors> <esriBehaviors:ConstrainExtentBehavior ConstrainedExtent="-120,30,-60,60"/> </i:Interaction.Behaviors> </esri:Map> You can get the extent of your layer and ...


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Sound like you need a Data Appliance for ArcGIS 'Data Appliance for ArcGIS is a turnkey solution that provides terabytes of worldwide basemaps and reference layers preloaded onto a network-attached storage device that plugs right into your organization's internal network.'


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You should define a CartographicLineSymbol with a custom DashArray. If you have adjacent polygons, I recommend you to first convert your polygons to lines because two adjacent polygons each have a borders and the patterns could overlap in a wrong way. Display those lines on top of polygons without outlines and the rendering will be as you want. Below is an ...


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If you need only show graphics, publish you data via WMS and add WMS layer. For example on data at demo.opengeo.org <esri:WmsLayer ID="tasmania" Url="http://demo.opengeo.org/geoserver/topp/wms" Version="1.1.0" Layers="topp:tasmania_state_boundaries" />


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Ok, here is my suggestions on how to do this. Depending on your situation, you may have ESRI's MapIt, which seems to do most of the hard work for you. I looked at their site, and it doesn't seem like it is available anymore. If you have it, try it. If not, here is my longer version, which @kes alluded to in the comment. Create a way to access the data ...


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MaximumResolution is not a property of any object in ArcObjects, did you just make that up? If you want to set the maximum display scale of a layer you need to be using MaximumScale of the ILayer interface.


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The following code should work to attach an infoTemplate to a polyline. var infoTemplate = new InfoTemplate(); infoTemplate.setTitle("Your Title"); infoTemplate.setContent("field1 label: w ${field1}<br/>" + "field2 label: ${field1}"); polyline = new FeatureLayer("[Your Rest Endpoint URL]", { ...


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This will give you a 5 mile geodesic circle around a predefined point. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=no"> <title></title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="/...


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Use your point as the basis for a circle geometry. The create circles sample shows how to use that class.


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From the ArcGIS website: it looks like your simplest bet is the buffer tool you should be able to draw a buffer circle with the examples containing the buffer_analysis() command located on the page link above. There was also some discussion earlier about creating a simplified circle polygon instead of the buffer tool you might be intereseted in checking ...


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the first stop to all things help related is ArcGIS.com. But also the developer site is where you will find what you need. You will have to create a template for your feature layer and handle the security but otherwise this sample should be what you want. Edit without widget and here is the code page


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See: Looking for Alternatives to Google gmaps utility widget for ArcGIS JSAPI API In the Google Maps/Google Earth APIs Terms of Service is specified that you must not access map tiles or imagery through interfaces or channels (including undocumented Google interfaces) other than the Maps API(s).


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Changing the parser from VBScript to python or Javascript may not be simple to automate. This object has not been exposed by ESRI within the arcpy library, see this ArcGIS Ideas page, however it may be automated via arcobjects/javascript via IAnnotationExpressionEngine getExpressionParser() object.


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A simple modification of the above C# code did the trick . . . // "Draw" is ESRI.ArcGIS.Client.Draw object _draw = new Draw(_map); { LineSymbol = this.Resources["LineSymbol"] as SimpleLineSymbol }; _draw.DrawComplete += (senderObject, drawEventArgs) => { _barrierLine = new ...


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I have a feeling that the original did not work because the map name does not match the infowindow binding: <esri:Map x:Name="MyMap"> Map="{Binding ElementName=My_Map}"


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