Tag Archives: ArcGIS Online
As we move into an era that utilizes cloud-based services more and more frequently, it becomes inevitable that sometimes we are going to run into issues connecting our desktop machines to those services. Within ArcGIS for Desktop, the issues range from the Add Basemap dialog never loading to the system hanging once you click the “Add” button. Regardless of the exact symptoms, there are a few things that you can try to help narrow down the cause of the problem.
Starting at ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1 SP1, the default locator options for geocoding have changed. The only locators that appear in the list of default address locators (populated from the DefaultLocators.xml file) after the install of SP1 are the ArcGIS … Continue reading
Great news! Esri has launched a native application in the new Windows Store available on devices running Windows 8 or Windows RT. The product name is ArcGIS for the Windows Store. The application provides a preview of features available to … Continue reading
Subscriptions for ArcGIS Online has officially launched and is now available for purchase or a 30-day free trial.
With ArcGIS Online, organizations can create feature and tile services, publish their maps and data in the Esri cloud, and leverage all of the existing basemaps to create great looking maps that can be shared with others. With an ArcGIS Online account, administrators can also manage user accounts, permissions and content.
Attention ArcGIS Users who utilize Microsoft Bing Map services through ArcGIS Online.
Microsoft has scheduled maintenance on the Bing Maps Platform being performed on September 10th and 11th, 2010. Services should not be impacted by this maintenance, but if you experience any issues please let Esri Technical Support know or send a notification directly to Microsoft at firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew S. – Server Development Technical Lead
User Advocacy Group, Esri Support Services
Have you ever used an online base map only to find out that the street you live on is missing, or you notice out-of-date aerial photos still show the King Dome in Seattle? Then consider joining the Community Maps Program brought to you by the ArcGIS Online Team. This program allows you to upload your more accurate local data, so it can be integrated into the ArcGIS Online base maps!
For more information, please view the following link: Community Maps Program.
See you soon.
- Andrew S., Server Development Tech Lead – User Advocacy Group, ESRI Support Services