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If you use QGIS, you have at least two options to publish your maps without dealing with a server: install qgis2web-Plugin and generate web-maps with openlayers or leaflet: - you can upload the output to a webspace (if you have one) and your web-map is there. However, export tries to "translate" your QGIS-project as good as possible to openlayers/leaflet, ...


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I would try creating a service definition file, uploading it to ArcGIS Online and overwrite the service. With the ArcGIS API for Python, you can directly interact with items in ArcGIS Online. Example: https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/analytics/analytics/updating-your-hosted-feature-services-with-arcgis-pro-and-the-arcgis-api-for-python/ Official ...


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You could write a Python script that periodically performs a simple query on ESRI REST API for these feature layers. This thread should be useful for performing the query on the API from Python. How to query an ArcGIS Feature Service by attribute using Python? Then use smtplib to send yourself an email in the event that the query fails: https://docs....


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So after comments are in... Is it true that QGIS 3.10 does not work correctly with ArcGIS web services (MapServer)? No, it's not true. Your example service is expecting the bboxSR and imageSR parameters, but they are not required. How to fix this behavior? The service (not QGIS) has to be modified to change it's expectation for non-required ...


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I assume you're using the Earth Engine Code Editor (https://code.earthengine.google.com/)? There you're working inside a sandbox, with limitations on what you can do. You don't have access to XMLHttpRequest, amongst several other JavaScript features. If you need these features, you'll have to build a custom app (https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/...


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Consider setting up a batch job (python script) in Windows Task Scheduler that uses the Append tool, like in this workflow: https://support.esri.com/en/technical-article/000020494


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The problem is solved by changing the request method from GET to POST. Given the difference between these two methods, it makes sense that using GET to do the query including large geometries as input results in an error (as the input parameters are appended to the URL rather than to the body of the request). [...] Main difference between POST and GET ...


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If you created a webmap using qgis2web then the resulting data was most likely saved to your local hard drive or on a server somewhere on your local network. If the data is on your computer then anyone with access to your computer will be able to see it. If the data is on a server then anyone with access to the network or server will be able to view the ...


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There is no UI option to "batch" sharing single layers as their own service. Unless you're open to writing Python code, you cannot achieve this workflow. There are not any tools you could chain together in ModelBuilder. Only the arcpy commands. Note, using the Python/arcpy method, you'd need to identify layers in the map, and then either remove all other ...


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It sounds like you're trying to link directly to a globe file, which would be a .glb file. That's not a file format supported by QGIS (at least it's not mentioned on the QGIS "supported data" page). QGIS does support WMS layers, and Google Earth Enterprise is capable of providing WMS layers. QGIS is even mentioned in the GEE documentation as a "supported ...


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I have two suggestions Client side My experience has been with leaflet. In the leaflet API you have a choice of the client adding as Vector layers or Raster Layers. It sounds like you are currently using the equivalent of Vector layers. which creates an HTML element for each item you are mapping. Raster layers do the equivalent of a canvas and builds a ...


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You can use this one here: https://www.ffiec.gov/geocode/ The page hits a couple different endpoints when a search is made. If all you need are the FIPS codes, you just need this one: https://geomap.ffiec.gov/FFIECGeocMap/GeocodeMap1.aspx/GetGeocodeData You will need to make a post request with a body like this: {sSingleLine: "123 Main St, Watertown, MA", ...


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There is an alternative that is much cheaper than the Google API. Try Distancematrix.ai. This API accounts for traffic conditions, computes the distance and travel time between points on a map in less than 1 second. Contact the creators and they’ll send you a trial version for free. Disclaimer: I work at the company that creates this API.


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