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Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server
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    • 1. We Visualize Your World Practical Experiences With ArcGIS Server <Cool Tagline Here> Presented By: Jeremy Holt, GIS Consultant 11.03.2010
    • 2. Here’s What I’ll Talk About:
      • An Overview:
      • ArcGIS Server in Workflow – “What it does well and how we use it”
      • Migrating From ArcIMS to ArcGIS Server (9.3.1)
      • Consuming WMS Services From ArcGIS Server
      • Getting some REST
      • A little bit about Configuration and Deployment
      • Lessons Learned
    • 3. ArcGIS Server Overview Currently Upgrading Existing ArcIMS Sites to ArcGIS Server Plenty of Mapservices to Migrate Multi-Machine Deployment
    • 4. What It Does Well Easy to Publish and Manage Mapservices MSD Optimization Dynamic Map Rendering
    • 5. How We Utilize It
    • 6. Migration From ArcIMS
    • 7. AXL/MXD Differences
      • Font size & line widths
        • Seems like you gotta bump it down about 25%
      • Definition queries need to be rebuilt, not pasted
        • &quot;STR_CLASS&quot; = 'US HWY‘
        • <SPATIALQUERY where=&quot;STR_CLASS = &apos;US HWY&apos;&quot; />
      • Duplicate layers for scale/symbology changes
        • <SCALEDEPENDENTRENDERER lower=&quot;1:300000&quot;>
    • 8. Optimizing Services
    • 9. Some MSD/WMS Workarounds
      • All layers ON when published for ability to toggle on/off in WGX (or visible in WMS)
      • Not dynamic. When you make a change to the MXD, you’ll need to re-save (overwrite) the MSD prior to seeing changes in the mapservice
      • Symbology Categories (All other values)
      • CAD as a datasource. Can serve in separate MXD based mapservice
    • 10. A Bit On Going From 9.3.1 to 10
      • Retain existing services, even after uninstall
      • REST exposes more useful info, enhanced API
    • 11. Consuming WMS Services Wms capabilities Request examples
    • 12. 3 rd Party Clients
      • Openlayers
      • Tilecache/mapproxy
    • 13. REST!
    • 14. Apache Lucene
      • Apache Lucene is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine library. It is a technology suitable for nearly any application that requires full-text search.
        • REST endpoint aware
        • Dynamically reads layers/tables/attributes for indexing
        • Allows for end user to pass parameter to application,
        • utilizing the REST API query service for indexing
    • 15.  
    • 16. Search Anything
    • 17. Querying Against REST
      • For offsite implementations
    • 18. Troubleshooting/Lessons Learned
      • Set your Min Instances to 0
      • Increase your Image Size in Service config
        • <MaxImageHeight>16384</MaxImageHeight>
      • All layers turned on in MSD to see in WMS
    • 19. Questions Anyone?
    • 20. Thanks! Feel free to ask any questions or share your own tips. 1-715-874-4397 1-888-WeDoGIS [email_address]

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