Your license is invalid. See the line in the log:
2014-10-30 16:39:10,196 | ERROR | rint Extender: 3 | LicenseEnforcer | 333 - com.esri.ges.rest.cxf-service - 10.2.1 | Our license isn't valid. Shutting down.
Reposting to Esri Enterprise-GIS/GeoEvent GeoNet forum. (https://geonet.esri.com/message/483830)
To ensure that your GeoEvent Stream Service deletes old features, there are three things you need to do to, in addition to checking Store Latest and specifying the Update Interval and Maximum Feature Age, when publishing the Stream Service:
Make sure that an ...
You appear to be mixing terms. GeoEvent, ArcGIS Server and Portal are different products. Only ArcGIS Server gets federated with Portal. The federation process simply hands over the security of ArcGIS Server to Portal.
GeoEvent requires ArcGIS for Server in order to function. So, lets assume you have ArcGIS Server and GeoEvent installed on the same machine....
GeoEvent still requires a separate installer at 10.5.
(Whereas with Geoanalytics which is part of the ArcGIS Server install)
After installing you can access the GeoEvent manager via
Most of the input connectors support authentication when accessing feeds.
If you go to Site --> Connectors and search for the relevant input connector you want to add the authentication option against. Best practise would be to make a copy of the connector so you have one for unsecure feeds and one for your particular authentication method.
In the ...
License files of commercial products should be requested from their vendors.
In the case of the ArcGIS GeoEvent Server Extension for Server the Pricing page says:
For more details, call your local Esri office.
If your site is licensed, but you are not your site's administrative contact with Esri, then you should identify and contact your site's ...
As of 10.3.1 it is not possible as per this documentation:
You can create labels for features in hosted feature layers, ArcGIS Server feature service layers, individual layers from ArcGIS Server map service layers, CSV on the web, and layers from files.
Strangely there is a streamLayer label class in the JS API but it's not available in AGOL.
Geoevent OOB does not install with a connector capable of pushing data to a web socket. The required connector can be found in the ESRI Geoevent Websocket tutorial located here http://www.arcgis.com/home/group.html?owner=GeoEventTeam&title=ArcGIS%20GeoEvent%20Gallery&content=all&start=1&q=tutorial&t=group&focus=group
It can be ...
The GeoEvent team provided me some info that might help answer your issue:
At the moment, the data comes in like this:
That’s an epoch long integer expressed in seconds (I assume). So first they need to specify the GeoEvent Definition used by their inbound connector treat this attribute field as a ‘Date’ (not a ‘Double’). If ...
"I need to get the centroid coordinate of a polygon by the Id"
First you'll need to get a reference to the polygon via its ID. You can do this with a QueryTask.
You'll then have access to the polygon's geometry, so you can use the getCentroid method on the shape.