But, if your users still use older versions of IE on the desktop, right now adobe flex or silverlight is a better choice.
Web ADF for .Net runs on 3.5 framework and the latest VS2010 is on 4.0 framework. When you open the website it asks for the conversion of framework. Click on no and then project gets uploaded and once executed the map will be showen.
Policy files which redirect applications to newer versions of ESRI assemblies are no longer distributed with ArcGIS since 10.0.
I cannot comment on the 10.1 beta specifically as I do not have it installed, but my understanding is that ESRI no longer distributes these policy files so that developers are forced to test (and recompile) their customizations on ...
In the initialize() function:
// Show map coordinates in status bar based on cursor location
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I think the ArcGIS Java Script API will be the best option.
As per your question Java Script API +Dojo +ArcGIS is the best option and it supports Desktop,mobile and TAB platforms.
Check out the pros/Cons of Java Script API here
ESRI has already moved away from the Web ADF, and Silverlight. It's only a matter of time before Flash ...
1) Remove the reference "ESRI.ArcGIS.ADF.Local.dll" and then add reference from new machine. The error may occur due to change in path of the DLL in the new machine.
2) Check the .Net Framework in both machines, if there is a mismatch, change references accordingly.
3) If both these options do not work, then check that the DotNet SDK is installed properly ...
You are trying to create a relationship when you've mentioned that it already exists.
If you want to get related objects there are specific methods for it, like IRelationshipClass.GetObjectsRelatedToObject & IRelationshipClass.GetObjectsRelatedToObjectSet
If you're comfortable with Visual Studio, you may want to use the Silverlight Viewer for ArcGIS for web mapping. It builds a nice ...
In the following link you have an example how to do exactly what you want but in the client side (including the CSS to set the div centered and grayed)
I would suggest creating a Model in ArcGIS Desktop which does a select by location with a buffer distance set. Then adding a Tool layer to the Map Service and publishing the geoprocessing model as a service. Then in the Web ADF you can just pick up the existing service.
In saying this another way to go is to use this sample from the Esri Website to point ...
You will want to make sure your are initializing your license properly as well; when working locally you get a pass; but when you publish to the server this can fail. This can cause the 'or one of its dependencies' error since the Init didn't fire.
There was a 'Measure' tool that should do what your looking for. But keep in mind that the ADFs are being depricated and don't have a huge amount of life to them.You can take a look at the code-gallery, there is a lot there you can start off playing with.But keep in mind that most of this will not work fully in ArcGIS 10.1, since the core API and libraries ...