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100 users are provided by the license. If you want to add more users you will have to buy a new license that will allow you to make more users in the portal. The LDAP won't allow you to have more users than 100, because it has no dependency with LDAP users.


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Unfortunately, the Portal for ArcGIS is not available directly to ArcGIS Server 10.1 users. You are supposed to obtain the software/license via your local Esri distributor. In 10.2, however, the Portal for ArcGIS media is included with ArcGIS Server. This means you are able to install the software on your own (i.e., download via Customer Care portal). The ...


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If you're using Portal for ArcGIS or ArcGIS Online you can manage your configuration files via the ArcGIS Online Assistant. Login with your Portal or ArcGIS Online credentials and select 'View an Item's JSON' under the 'I Want To...' menu. You can't directly run a batch script from here, but you can copy this JSON code, edit it locally, and then 'upload' the ...


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In short, yes you are able to publish a vector tile map using ArcGIS Server as mentioned "Build and publish a vector tile package", "Is there a way to publish vector tiles to ArcGIS Server without Portal?" and "Prerequisites for creating a vector tile service" Subsequent releases will add the ability for the ArcGIS Runtime to consume vector tiles across ...


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Cedar is (currently) based on Vega which in turn is based on d3. Obviously those layers of abstraction over d3 (Vega and Cedar) should make certain things easier. In short, just about anything you can do in Vega, you can do in Cedar, however it is optimized for using the Cedar's "out of the box" chart types with feature service stats queries. So if you want ...


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You must have either a named user account that belongs to an Organization, or a Developer account to connect Web AppBuilder too. See this help link: https://developers.arcgis.com/web-appbuilder/guide/getstarted.htm specifically this section: Specify your portal URL Note, if you do not have an account, you can sign up for a free trial or setup a developer ...


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Okay, after much trial and error I have figured it out. I had to use a combination of URL encoding and HTML encoding. In the end, there were 3 symbols the software/browser/server was having trouble with: '&', '{', and '}' For the '&', HTML encoding was needed. For the '{', HTML or URL encoding was accepted. For the '}', URL encoding was needed. ...


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Yes you can install it on a machine using Windows http://server.arcgis.com/en/portal/latest/install/windows/welcome-to-the-portal-for-arcgis-installation-guide.htm The machine does not need to be running ArcGIS Desktop http://server.arcgis.com/en/portal/latest/install/windows/portal-for-arcgis-system-requirements.htm


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As you're licensed ArcGIS Pro from portal/online, I suspect you have not "authorized ArcGIS Pro to work offline" (an option available in the backstage). I bring this up, as the error you're getting, about not being signed in, is most likely due to the session expiring or not being able to refresh itself. Python does not have a direct way to authenticate to ...


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I think I've found the solution to this issue. The code works fine* if security is disabled in chrome (Chrome.exe --disable-web-security), which means my code is ok. The error seems to say that the server will not accept the header X-Requested-With which is added by default by dojo xhrPost. Therefore I set the header value to null (as suggested by ESRI ...


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I am unsure which Esri Distributor you are referring to, but be aware that each Distributor has their own company policies. I am part of Esri's ArcGIS for Server product management team and my technical focus is on ArcGIS for Server, Portal for ArcGIS, & Web mapping. I am happy to discuss this item further via direct contact.


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When viewing a feature or map service in the ArcGIS Portal Map Viewer if the mapservice projection doesn't match that of the basemap the viewer will try to re-project the layer using your Geometry Service*. If this doesn't work you can either; Change the Basemap to one that matches your mapservice, or Project the data to match the basemap and publish, or ...


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Assuming you have the whole WebGIS stack installed on a single machine. Then starting them all up is simple but depends on your host's OS: Windows Each part of the stack's entry point is the windows service (thats what bootstraps everything). So you just simply invoke a windows service start command for each product: net start "ArcGIS Datastore" & ...


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Portal does not support grouped layers. You can only have grouped layers if you share as a web service and include the service in your web map.


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you can go in http://portalurl/instanceportal/sharing/rest/portals/self/servers and click on the server that should be unregistered and unregister the server


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The biggest advantage I have found with feature datasets is not so much the organization per se - but the management capabilities you can leverage. We have different users editing different layers, and if I need to change permissions or Register / Unregister as Versioned - then all I need to do is perform those tasks at the feature dataset level instead of ...


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A registered app has read-only access to the content which is owned by the owner of the application, but it does not have access to content shared with the owner. additionally, it is not possible to "share" content with the registered app itself. if you would like to include content in your app which is only shared with a specific group, you could either ...


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I find in ArcGIS Help: 10.1: not much 10.2: Portal for ArcGIS Linux Installation Guide I know you're on 10.1. But I don't know if this difference in help docs reflects a real difference in functionality, or simply a substantial improvement in documentation. If it's the latter, then maybe the 10.2 help docs will be useful for you. Maybe someone who has ...


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Internet Explorer is likely running in Compatibility View which makes it emulate IE7 which is no longer supported. A cause could be that IE is set to use Compatibility View for all sites in the Intranet Zone and it is auto-detecting the URL as being an internal URL which by default places it in the intranet zone.


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CMV does not currently support the webmap specification (ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS). There are some efforts in progress to add that capability. You can of course use your same ArcGIS Server REST services that are referenced in your portal webmap directly in CMV.


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I believe you can create custom roles in your enterprise AGOL site/Portal 10.3 by clicking on the following: Login to enterprise account as an administrator Click 'My Organization' Click 'Edit Settings' Click 'Roles' Click 'Create Roles' Create the custom role Enter in a role name and description. Select a template Customize the role even further by ...


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You can download it via https://my.esri.com. But it is only available if you've purchased it.


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You could use %26 instead of the & Tool to encode for example http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/dencoder/ If you can edit in plain html you could use this just for the href.


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Turns out the table data needs to be coming from a verified data source in arcgis. Once i moved the table to my connected database i was able to configure the pop-ups.


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Your question requires a bit more context in regards to what your end goal is. If your goal is to provide some sort of popup where the user can select features based on a SQL query and see them highlighted on the map, you do not need geoprocessing or SLBA. You just want to use some sort of query task or widget in a web application. Check out the query ...


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So not a full answer, but you could look at this option for working directly with the json configuration file. You may be able to script something to set the pop-up option to be enabled for all layers: Automating Pop up configuration of web app in ArcGIS for Portal?


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For future searches. That value can be changed at http://portalhostname/webadaptorContext/portaladmin/system/webadptors/WebAdaptorID/edit You will have to type in the /edit, then change the Web Adaptor Machine URL to the DNS alias or whatever you want to use. It will restart the portal immediately so do this during down time.


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If the data exists in both the Portal and Online environments in your organization, I believe you can use https://ago-assistant.esri.com/ and copy the JSON from one to another. I have used this to recreate webmaps across different development environments on our Portal.


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There are a few syntax errors in your JavaScript. First off, ArcGIS JS uses AMD style modules. You have somehow mixed two modules into one, in a weird broken way. Your imports MapView, WebMap, domReady! and config need to be present as function parameters in the first function, in the same order: require([ "esri/views/MapView", "esri/WebMap", "esri/...


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