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As per the following documentation, the search tolerance is only 10 meters https://developers.arcgis.com/rest/geocode/api-reference/geocoding-reverse-geocode.htm#ESRI_SECTION1_38FA9E7038A64F54B34EB9CCBBCC92AD You are attempting to pass a "distance" parameter with the request to increase this search tolerance, however, "distance" is not a ...


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I believe you need to specify the path to proj.db in an PROJ_LIB environment variable. See proj documentation


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The initial basemap is defined in the web map item, not the web app. Simply open the webmap in your Portal and change to the m1 basemap, then save.


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Esri has a toolbar extension called Data Interoperability which when licensed can be used to convert varying formats of data. Unfortunately, the Data Interoperability does not support* MBTiles. Therefore you would have to utilize FME to read/write the MBTile data. The links below provide some further information into Data Interoperability and FME which you ...


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Simply - No. You can "query", and by query, I mean do a Map Export on a mapservice to get an IMAGE of all the layers. Eg. http://sampleserver6.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/rest/services/Water_Network/MapServer/export? But to do an attribute query you must do it on each layer individually. The RESTful contract when making a query needs to be pretty well ...


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I wanted to share that the service runs successfully after performing a repair install of the ArcGIS Server. This fixed some ArcPy dependencies that were broken by running PIP to install a python package on the server. The ERROR 000816: The tool is not valid. message from ArcGIS Server really meant that the ESRI ArcPy environment was messed up.


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