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ArcGIS Online Organization Configuration Tips

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There are many ways to configure and administer an ArcGIS Online organization and each method will be unique to that organization’s needs. This blog will point out some best practices and workflows frequently recommended by Technical Support to further streamline … Continue reading

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New ArcGIS for Water Utilities App Configurations

We are pleased to announce three new ArcGIS for Water Utilities app configurations are now available for download.  ArcGIS for Water Utilities is a series of free and easy to deploy configurations that enable the out of the box ArcGIS platform to support common water, wastewater and stormwater workflows.  These new apps bring the total number of ArcGIS for Water Utilities configurations released by Esri so far to 31, with more app configurations currently in development.  The following is a brief overview of the newly released app configurations. Continue reading

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Putting Your Best Story Map Forward

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Story Maps are very popular; you can view story maps created by Esri and story maps created by the user community at the Storytelling with Maps website. By implementing a few best practices you can create a great user experience, and provide … Continue reading

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Create a great home page for your organization

As the administrator of your organization, you can create a compelling and attractive home page using easy-to-configure settings. And with a little bit of HTML know-how you can do even more. In this post we’ll take a closer look at how to enhance your organization’s home both visually and functionally.

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New Business Analyst Server 10.0 Knowledge Base Content

  by Chris Wilcox

Hello Business Analyst blog readers!  My name is Chris Wilcox. First time writer, long time fan. I’m the new Business Analyst Server Product Engineer, moving into this position after four years of working in Esri Support Services.

We’re getting feedback from those of you using Business Analyst Server 10 and its been great! We are constantly looking for user feedback on Business Analyst Server. Feedback comes from internal users, customers, business partners or from our in-house testing. When we get feedback, we make sure to document it.

As a result, we’ve created three new Knowledge Base articles. The new articles are:

Allow pre-caching of data layers in Esri Business Analyst Server

A href=”http://resources.arcgis.com/content/kbase?fa=articleShow&d=38442″ target=”_blank”>Set threshold values for Esri Business Analyst Server

Esri Business Analyst Server is returning zeros in a custom report where there should be values from a custom dataset

Need more help? Contact Technical Support for troubleshooting, new functionality requests, reporting a bug or help determining the best workflow for your analysis. The Business Analyst Server team works closely with Technical Support in helping with issues and gathering feedback.

The Technical Support team can be reached with the following contact information:

Email: support@esri.com

Phone: (909) 793-3774

Toll-free: (888) 377-4575

Website: http://support.esri.com

Support Web Form: http://support.esri.com/en/webform

Thanks, Chris

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Deploy ArcGIS Business Analyst Server 9.3 remotely!

by Maia Pawooskar

ArcGIS Business Analyst Server has just had its second major release. Being two is so different, it is like being a toddler!

At version 9.3, ArcGIS Business Analyst Server installation has the look and feel of its parent, ArcGIS Server. In case you did not know, Business Analyst Server is an extension to ArcGIS Server.

An administrator can now deploy ArcGIS Business Analyst Server version 9.3 remotely! To do this the administrator/user will simply perform an admin install. Admin installs can be performed using the Windows Installer (MSI), which gives you more flexibility and advantages than the Setup executable.

ArcGIS Business Analyst Server version 9.3 has two setups, the data and the server setup. The MSI command for both the setups is the same.

msiexec /A (path to the setup)setup.msi

Using the MSI command the admin creation can even be performed silently with this command:

msiexec /A (path to the setup)setup.msi /qb TARGETDIR=(the location where you want the admin created)

The TARGETDIR can be a network location. The admin install will set up the structure needed for you to run the setup off of that drive instead of from the DVDs.

This can be handy if your server is remote, parked somewhere in one of your sprawling server farms and has no access to media drives. You would simply do the admin install over a network drive, then map the network drive to your remote server and start the installation!

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