If you have deployed any of the ArcGIS for Local & State Government Web Applications then, you may need to update these web applications because on December 31, 2013, the ArcGIS Online legacy geocoding and routing services used in many of our applications will be retired. Specifically, the services being retired are the geocoding and routing services listed below:
We have created a series of technical articles to help you through this update. On October 16, 2013, we have a Meet-up entitled “Discuss Configuring the ArcGIS for Local Government Web Apps ”. We will cover this topic in more detail during the meet-up along with a series of tips and tricks for configuring the ArcGIS for Local Government web apps.
If you have deployed an ArcGIS for Local & State Government web applications in your organization, review the chart below and validate whether or not your web application must be updated. Each Technical Article in the chart below contains the changes that must be made to your applications.
Use the links below to go directly to the technical articles referenced in the chart:
If you have any further questions or run in to technical challenges as you update your applications then, feel free to contact Esri Support Services.
Finally, we will update the 10.2 release of the ArcGIS for Local & State Government web applications mentioned in the Technical Article 41593 in the fourth quarter of 2013. This update will include support for World Route Service, which requires an ArcGIS Online paid or trial subscription.
***Update: The ArcGIS for Local and State Government 10.2 apps have been updated to support the World Route Service. ***