It sounds like you want to set the raster as its own elevation source.
To do this, go to map properties, Elevation Surfaces, and hit Add Surface. Then hit Add Source on the ensuing dialog and add the raster again.
THEN, in the raster layer, open its properties, go to Elevation tab and set it to be on Surface 1.
To add a WMS layer into Scene Viewer first add the WMS layer as an Item under My Content > Add Item > From the Web
Then Add the WMS layer item either through the item> open in Scene Viewer or in Scene Viewer Add Layer > My Content
WMTS requires the same workflow and can be added through the item but currently not from the URL. From URL supports adding ...
KML layers are not supported in Scene Viewer currently. You can see the supported layers here:
For the tile layers can you share the layer & data thats causing the issue? If you are using cached data for GCS only WGS84 is supported ...
After a lot of trial and error and torn out hair, I have figured out a solution to my problem. I was able to successfully publish a web scene to ArcGIS Online from ArcGIS Pro by making sure that there are NO 3D Layers within the contents. Even though some of the layers did not actually contain 3D properties, they were still listed under the 3D Layers panel ...
Updating the videocard drivers fixed my problem.
I did check the display adapters in the Device Manager for updates earlier but there were no updates available.
Now I checked with the vendors site and installed their latest critical update and the problem is gone.
To drape polygons over terrain is extremely difficult task, no wonder sometimes ArcScene fails to do so.
You can help it by splitting complex polygons into basic triangles. This Cutting rectangle set (not squares) into triangles using ArcGIS for Desktop? will give you idea on automation of the process
In the sample you mentioned the scene layer is retrieved using webScene.layers.getItemAt(0)
Assuming you are accessing the scene layer the same way in your code, you can access any other layer by increasing the index in getItemAt(index):
var sceneLayer = webScene.layers.getItemAt(1);
An alternative, more robust way of retrieving specific layers in a web ...
You do not need to convert the data to a feature class in a geodatabase. If you want to add a 3D Revit model into a WebScene use ArcGIS Pro 2.3 with the Create Building Scene Layer package tool. Simply add the Revitt model into your Scene in Pro through Add Data button and then you will run the GP tool. This will package the model into the slpk which you can ...
As written here, it is possible to connect directly from ArcGIS Pro to .RVT files.
As far as I know you need tooling to convert your Revit model to a File Geodatabase.
See Data Interoperability extension. This is Safe Software's FME (Feature Manipulating Engine) integrated in ArcMap. (How to.) Personally I prefer to use FME in its non ...
a couple things to try. If you write to a multipatch shape file, do you see any difference? I don't know if its still a thing or not, but longer ago when you wrote to some geodatabase formats, coordinates were snapped to a grid. And so the reason you may see different results if you write only 1 feature is that the bounds of the dataset may be much smaller ...
If you are publishing a multi-patch scene service this is currently not supported in ArcGIS Online. Couple questions:
Also are you publishing this from the globe or a local scene? Local scenes are not supported in the WSV(Web Scene Viewer).
Are you extruding the features in pro?
What symbols are you using when publishing this scene? If you have a screen ...
You can use CityEngine 2016 or ArcGIS Pro and export out a scene package from your building data and create a hosted scene service in ArcGIS Online or Portal and create a web scene which you can use in Web AppBuilder, Templates or create your own custom application. Here is a sample of with buildings coming from NYC untextured. http://www.arcgis.com/home/...
Extruded polygons are not supported in Web Scenes at the current release.
Here's the documentation: http://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/help/mapping/map-authoring/author-a-web-scene.htm (in particular, reference the table titled "polygons").
You can work around this limitation by using the "Layer 3d to Feature Class" GP tool to create a multipatch of the ...