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This is accessible via the homepage of your Web App Builder. Highlight your map then hit the ellipsis at the right-hand side of the page, and there's a Download option. Unzip the resulting files into your web server directory (eg C:\inetpub\wwwroot on a PC, /Library/WebServer/Documents on a Mac, etc)


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In the Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS (Developer Edition), after modifying the configuration of the Coordinate Widget in a local application and ensuring that you've saved your work, the settings can be found/manipulated here apps\[number]\widgets\Coordinate\config_Coordinate.json


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So far I haven't seen any way to "refresh" the app's widget code automatically or programatically. A workaround was suggested by Larry Stout: add your widget code to \arcgis-web-appbuilder-1.0\client\stemapp\widgets then create an app. this will build a new app containing a snapshot of your widget code (eg \arcgis-web-appbuilder-1.0\server\apps\APP_NUMBER\...


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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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Map Services are supported in the Web App Builder. Here is what works for me: Create a 'Web Map' in ArcGIS Online Click 'Add Layer from Web', and paste in the URL to the Map Service. (the URL should end in .../MapServer') When you have finished configuring your map, click 'Save', and enter the proper metadata. Next, click 'Share' and share it with your ...


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The "logo" option is documented as being a Boolean value that defaults to true. So if you put false, it won't show it; if you enter any value (or leave it off so it defaults to true), it will show their logo. (This is because JavaScript interprets any non-null value as true.) So you're left with the option to set it to false, and float your own logo over the ...


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Yes this is possible! There are multiple approaches for this. You can install Apache http server from here and you have to configure modjk module in this using modJk configuration (You will define worker and properties here and you can add your ArcGIS server IP here) Now you just have to call your public IP with arcgis and modjk module of Apache HTTP ...


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From the answer of an Esri staff member in this GeoNet thread, jimu.js is defined as follows: The jimu.js library is the core source code inside every GIS app made by Web AppBuilder. The core dijits and classes in jimu.js are documented at https://developers.arcgis.com/web-appbuilder under the API Reference and Guide tabs. The same answer also ...


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I had the same issue a few weeks ago, and I had to change a security setting on ArcGIS Online. Sign into ArcGIS online, then go to "My Organization" link on the top. From there, click on "Edit Settings". On Edit Settings, click on the "Security" tab on the left side column. I checked the second check box down "Allow anonymous access to your organization's ...


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The Campus Place Locator Map from ESRI outlines how to map multiple stories in GIS. Try it Live:


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As far as I know, and we have run into this problem before, you can not undo this operation in AGO (if anyone has other information I would love to hear it.) Our solution was to create a versioned environment with the AGO web edits occuring on a child version of the GDB. That way if field crews screw up some data, which happens more often than you would ...


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Options that we have used is to create a list in Microsoft SharePoint that is connected to the database that is being used by the web mapping system. In our case that has been SDE running on MS SQL, but we have also done it connected directly to MS SQL Spatial, and avoiding Esri. This gives the user a non-map based interface that looks like an spreadsheet. ...


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Stephen, I've found a widget that does exactly what you need. It's called the AddService widget. The direct link to the .zip file is here. Unpack and paste the folder into the \WebAppBuilderForArcGIS\client\stemapp\widgets folder. You will be able to supply a REST URL while running your application. The sample map service to test is: http://serverapps101....


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In the Summer 2016 release of WAB, a new widget is added: Add Data widget – Enables you to search for layers in ArcGIS Online and add them to the map. You can also add ArcGIS Server web services, WMS OGC web services, KML, GeoRSS, and CSV data layers by specifying their URLs. This means you will be able to add ArcGIS Server services in the runtime ...


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Most likely the appid that you're using does not have your new URL in its list of Redirect URIs. Here are the instructions from the Web AppBuilder FAQs: It is indicated that the URI of Web AppBuilder is not added or set correctly in the Redirect URI list when you registered the App ID for Web AppBuilder in the ArcGIS portal. Complete the following steps: ...


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Create a relationship class between your parcels and the table in ArcMap file geodatabase. Add your feature class with its related table into an ArcMap map document. Publish your map as a hosted feature service in ArcGIS Online with Feature Access option enabled. When identifying features in ArcGIS Online map viewer or WAB, you can see the related records ...


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This is a known bug in the Foldable and JewelryBox themes in WAB DE 2.7 that was fixed in 2.8. This thread on GeoNet will show a way to resize the window by putting this line in the postCreate function of the HeaderController widget. window._absolutLayoutManager.resize();


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I believe it can be done the way you originally intended to: From the "My Content" area of ArcGIS Online select the "View item details" option for your Web Mapping Application. In the page that opens there is a "Download" link in the Properties section.


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I am going to go with using the Information Lookup template for ArcGIS online. It does not give me the flexibility I want, but it does the job I need it to do. I hope this is helpful for others. I created a webmap with all of my layers and symbolized them as I wanted. I configured the popups to look the way I wanted (images, links, directions). I started ...


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Yes, multiple people can edit a storymap or WAB. Your AGOL account just has to allow users to edit other users or just share the same username.


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have you tried to change the css rule for the titlePane-Class yet? for example: .esriPopup .titlePane { color: #ffffff; cursor: default; line-height: 20px; background: green !important; }


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the first thing that I noticed, is the WidgetManager.getInstance is a function, which means you need to call it using WidgetManager.getInstance() I haven't worked with the web app builder yet, but from what I can tell, the WidgetManager is a Singleton class (the class is created once and used throughout the application). Calling the getInstance function of ...


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I use a custom widget called Enhanced Search for that. More information can be found about it and it can be downloaded from here. Other custom widgets in WAB are listed on the webpage as well.


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If anyone still needs help with this, the newest version of Web App Builder now comes with a Select Widget where you can pass selected features info to other widgets like a Geoprocessing widget. More information about the Select widget here: https://doc.arcgis.com/en/web-appbuilder/create-apps/widget-select.htm


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Over at GeoNet, Junshan Liu pointed out the following. This is caused by getPath function in env.js. In this function there is path check /\.html$/.test I found that on line 162 in env.js and changed it to ... } else if (/\.php$/.test(fullPath.split('/').pop()) || /\.html$/.test(fullPath.split('/').pop())) { And that now allows me to load either version ...


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I've managed to set it up . Here're the most important settings: Script: - output image is written to default scratch folder (outDir = arcpy.env.scratchFolder) - script parameter: arcpy.SetParameter(0,tif_path) Script tool: - Parameter: Data Type - file; Type - Derived; Direction - Output GP Service: Default settings. Web AppBuilder: Geoprocessing widget'...


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I ended up using the Query Tool and manipulating it to achieve what I needed.


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You can copy the webmaps by using the ArcGIS Online Assistant. Choose I want to.. > Copy Content > My Account and then drag a webmap from the Root or a folder (from the left) to the right panel into the Drop items to copy to this folder area. Refresh My Content and you should be able to see the newly copied webmap. It will have the same name, but the ...


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Could you great a new account(s) with a very limited Viewer role? You would still need to provide external users access to your organization but they would be unable to access anything outside your group, containing your app.


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Here is the final code which works. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script type="text/javascript"> function getURL(val){ base = 'http://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?find='; uri=base +val; //location2 = encodeURI(uri); window.open(uri); } </script>


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