Category Archives: ArcGIS Online
3D data is becoming more ubiquitous nowadays and is especially promoted throughout the ArcGIS Platform. From web scenes, to CityEngine, to ArcGIS Pro, there are many different applications to import, manage, model, and share your 3D data. To get the output you are looking for, it may require numerous steps and tools. To navigate some of these steps and tools, here are some tips and tricks for working with 3D data in ArcGIS. Continue reading
This blog pertains to web maps and layer items that have both of these characteristics:
- Web maps and layers authored with ArcGIS Online prior to the June 2016 update.
- Contains polygon layers that are styled using Smart Mapping tools to adjust symbol size and/or outline width automatically based on scale
You also have the ability to automatically adjust the width of the outline of the polygon based on the current scale. Automatic sizing of polygon outline widths were also being represented using pixels rather than points.
Example map with automatic sizing before the update
Example map with automatic sizing after the update
What can you do if your web map was affected by this update?
If you created a web map or layer item in Online prior to the June update with layer styles that take advantage of automatic sizing based on scale, we recommend that you reauthor your web map. This process will resave your web map with the correct sizing values for consistent display in all ArcGIS clients. Here are the steps to reauthor your web map:
- Open your web map or layer item
- Click on “Change Style” in the layer menu for the polygon layer(s) that use automatic sizing of symbols. Note: You might want to write down the options you have selected so that you can easily reselect them in step 4.
- Select a different style for your symbols than you originally had selected and click “Done.”
- Click “Change Style” again on the same layer and reselect the original styling options you had, and click “Done.” Any options that were configured within the original style must be reconfigured.
- Save your web map or layer item. Your web map will now have size represented using point values.
For information on changing the style of your web map or layer item, see this help topic.
Note: this issue also occurs in web maps and layers that were created in Portal for ArcGIS and will be addressed in Portal for ArcGIS version 10.5. This article will be updated once a solution is available.
The previous version was 51.0.2704.63, and the fixed version is 51.0.2704.79.
Update, 27 May 2016: KB 13156 has been published on the Support website to provide additional information about this issue.
Google released an update to Google Chrome (version 51), which was pushed out to the public on Wednesday, May 25th. Unfortunately, this update included a change that impacts anyone using Google Chrome to access ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS versions 10.3, 10.3.1, 10.4, or 10.4.1.
You may be seeing a screen similar to this after logging in: a blank screen with few or no elements.
What you can do:
What Esri is doing:
- The ArcGIS Online team is preparing fixes that will go live this evening.
- We are still working on a solution for Portal for ArcGIS.
If you have run into any problems as a result of this bug that impact your workflows, please contact Esri Support Services at 1-888-377-4575.
Gregory L. – Online Support Resources
Beta versions of Esri vector basemaps are now available through ArcGIS Online as vector tile layers. These vector basemaps are accessible as both ready-to-use web maps and as vector tile layers you can add to a map. Additionally, vector basemaps include a variety of styles, some new … Continue reading
On the weekend of August 1st, the Esri summer interns came together to participate in a hackathon hosted in the Esri café. The weekend was designed to encourage innovation through the rapid creation of applications; the event was extremely successful. One of most interesting aspects of the hackathon was watching the diversity within each team harmonize to improve the overall quality of the final products. Each team included at least one developer to write the code and several other members from Marketing, Support Services, Professional Services, and other Esri departments to help with creative design, the use of GIS, and the delivery of the final presentation. Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to create an empty feature service to use in ArcGIS Online, and found yourself stuck with no easy way to get this done? If you’re asking why in the world anybody would want to do this, … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro is the latest addition to the Esri Desktop suite of software. It offers a brand new way to do GIS, and with that, a brand new way to license and distribute the software. Check out these six great tips to … Continue reading
If you are a Business Analyst Online (BAO) user, then you are familiar with all the great information you can find about a place. You can generate reports for your specific areas of interest based on thousands of data variables ranging … Continue reading
If you try to log in to Business Analyst Online or Community Analyst and you receive the message, “Error: Invalid username or password”, see the following reasons and ways to troubleshoot.
Reason 1: You’re using a username/password for the legacy application.
To see if this is the case, log in to the legacy Business Analyst Online or legacy Community Analyst. The legacy applications are retired and only available to allow you to migrate your sites from the legacy application to the new application. For more information, go to:
- Learn how to migrate sites from the legacy Community Analyst application to the new version
- Learn how to migrate sites from the legacy Business Analyst Online application to the new version
This blog post is the first in a series of debugging tips and tricks to help you on your way. It’s a jungle out there. And like it or not, it’s a jungle inside your application as well. Working through … Continue reading