I want to draw multiple geometries [ point, poly-line, polygon ] on my feature layer and sync back , options to update and delete as well. Is it even possible to draw multiple geometries on feature layer and update all at once !
Hi La, 1. I'm not sure I understand your question. Do you want to be notified when a FeatureLayer that has been added to the map has been loaded? If so, you can call FeatureLayer.addDoneLoadingListener to add a listener that gets invoked when loading of that layer has completed. More info about that…
I want to show call out on scene view but i did get any method to do this. Is anyone help me out from this or if there is any alternate for call out on scene view. Please let me know i am really stuck on this point. Thanks
There are ZERO examples for loading a ArcGISVectorTiledLayer from a local vtpk. When do you plan to support that as mentioned in the documentation? I assumed that's because it is so simple you can do it just by looking at the documentation. However, I would like to ask for help because it isn't working. I tried this: mMap = new ArcGISMap();…(Show moreShow less)
I am able to load my vector tile layer successfully on to my map this way , String vectorTileCachePath = getVectorFilePath(); ArcGISVectorTiledLayer localVectorTiledLayer = new ArcGISVectorTiledLayer(vectorTileCachePath) final ArcGISMap map = new ArcGISMap(new Basemap(localVectorTiledLayer)); mMapView.setMap(map); I have one query though, I could…
I am working on Add / Edit feature , i have issue using SketchEditor class in Andriod , I did same functionality in iOS ,its working good , But in android it runs like uneven behaviour , like unable to update button states while sketch editor enabled and in edit feature mode , feature gets cleared while click on Redo .
I have an app that supports offline capability. what I am doing is, generate the geo-database and store in my local device. Edit features offline and sync when online. I am creating features from ArcGIS developer and using content from ArcGIS online. Just want to know if I need to opt for any subscription to use developer account or ArcGIS online.…(Show moreShow less)
So it makes me clear that I must to go for the Basic license. As you said, for web, I must go for Named user licence but I read, the named user licence would ask user to login [correct me if I am wrong] which is not what I am looking for. The user credential [in terms of key or the username/password] will always be saved in the system. Few more…
When using getFullExtent on an ArcGISTiledLayer I always get what appears to be an incomplete extent envelope. This is after the layer status has changed to loaded. The TPK being used here is projected in stock Web Mercator. This is the line of code I am using... Envelope passInExtent = tpkLayer.getFullExtent(); In logcat I get this…(Show moreShow less)
OK my mistake. The value for the zeroes is Z (elevation) and the NaN is projection. Kind of wondering why the projection does not populate automatically based on the layers projection though after the layer is loaded?
How to exclude a specific layer from the operational layers in a mMapView.identifyLayersAsync ( ? I'm going to change the visibility but I do not think it's correct. Thank you very much and sorry for my English.
I'm trying to migrate from the old SDK to 100.5 and am having trouble with the simplest of things: drawing a map and showing the device location. I can get the "Display Device Location" example to run, but as soon as I remove the Spinner and try to start up the app with location display started, I get the blue dot showing the current location, but…(Show moreShow less)
Yes, I do, thanks. I have everything the "Display Device Location" example has (INTERNET and the two location permissions you mention), plus read/write external storage, wifi, network, and phone state permissions.