ArcGIS Server is a multi function Application Server which is used to Serve out Spatial Data.
To truly understand what all it can do, let us try to build something of our own from scratch, when your Data is in Microsoft SQL Server.
Firstly, Your clients will be requesting data over the internet. The Clients could be Browsers. Now Browsers understand only ...
For OpenSource GIS tech investigate the offereings available via OsGeo. This is not the only source of FOSS4G but is a comprehensive stable of solutions that work well together and, in some cases, are the test bed for certain GIS standards.
QGIS is an excellent solution for your needs as it has both desktop and server solutions but also comes bundled with ...
In QGIS 2.2.0 you can use the Add WMS/WMTS Layer menu option directly; then when you create a new connection you need to supply the url to the WMTS capabilities document.
When you connect to your WMTS, you then select the Tilesets tab option and select the layer you want to use.
Of course. You just need to tell cmd where ogr2ogr lives. This can be done in two ways.
1) Create a batch file to lauch cmd with the correct paths. aka "C:\Program Files (x86)\FWTools2.4.7\bin\setfwenv.bat"
CALL "C:\Program Files (x86)\FWTools2.4.7\bin\setfwenv.bat"
2) You can add the paths that are set in setfwenv.bat into your ...
Esri has collected the road datasets from various vendors, but mostly it is HERE (Nokia). For those countries where HERE doesn't have sufficiently good data, local vendor's datasets were obtained (such as with Japan, for instance). Esri's historical, live, and predictive traffic feeds come directly from HERE. This is the ArcGIS Online Network Dataset ...
No. You need a Mapbox Commercial Satellite licence.
You may trace Mapbox-hosted imagery in order to produce derivative vector datasets for non-commercial purposes, and for OpenStreetMap. If you wish to produce derivative vector datasets from imagery for commercial purposes, you must buy a Mapbox Commercial Satellite ...
If anyone else has the same issue you can fix it by making sure that the ArcGIS server site is referencing the local name of your machine not the dns alias. The server was getting confused between the two names thinking they were two different machines.
I found Example: Stop or start all services in a folder . It was very useful for the purpose . If you want to start automatically just change some of items in this sample and run in task scheduler of windows .
Ah that would explain your previous post. Regardless of configuration / port numbers nothing is going to happen if SDE does not start.
It sounds like you have fallen into the same traps I did when I first installed SDE... in the end I ended up removing Postgres and SDE and reinstalling with a better understanding of the process.
I am also using PostGIS ...
I spent the better part of the day trying to figure this out.
I found an answer on geonet
Simply, it isn't seeing the app.config.
You need to setup all the bindings manually.
WSHttpBinding binding = new WSHttpBinding();
Most (if not all) Defense/Intelligence sector clients already have existing, enterprise-grade GIS toolsets.
I propose that you evaluate the most common of these (ESRI is only one of four or five major vendors in the sector) with an eye to 'extending' their capabilities with your specialized development efforts. You do not have to invest heavily in ...
It should be fairly simple:
Use a tool to monitor the ArcGIS service. For example Nagios or a member of its ilk.
When the service ceases to respond, have a script run automatically (such as the one you found) that restarts it.
As an alternative to ArcGIS Runtime, have you taken a look at possibly creating a Server Object Extension (SOE)? This is written using ArcObjects in .NET or Java so it should have fast performance on the server side, and then be accessed by the client through HTTP like any other resource in the REST API.
As far as I am concern this is not possible. The operations are referring to the full map service and not to the "sub-layers". As it says in the documentation:
Selecting this option allows client applications to query the features in your map service. ArcGIS Server Docs
Why don't you split the layers into different services?
For this kind of administration/maintenance I have been using ArcREST for some good time and I really like it.
You would need to download the ArcREST from GitHub and install it, see instructions on the website.
Here is a snippet of code for listing out which webmaps contain an operational layer you specify (in the form of service REST URL).
Restarting ArcGIS service involves using ArcGIS Rest Admin API and ability to authenticate using token-based authentication with ArcGIS server. One way to do it is to write a script/program to monitor the ArcGIS Service and in the event service is found stopped restart it , schedule it to run periodically. But it gets cumbersome when you have to monitor more ...
It's possible using MapServer to provide multi-lingual variants of all titles and abstracts in a GetCapabilities response.
I'm a french GIS guy, so sorry for this english but perhaps I have a solution for you.
Can you look at the Windows registry path at:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Python\PythonCore\2.7\PythonPath. The value should look something like:
You must have this string value in your registry. So if it don't ...