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ArcGIS Runtime Local Geoprocessing Service Startup Patch

Blog Post created by MBranscomb-esristaff Employee on Feb 2, 2018

New patches are available for ArcGIS Runtime SDKs that include the Local Server component. The patches address an issue where 64-bit local geoprocessing services started as type asynchronous (submitJob) will crash upon startup after installing Microsoft Windows update KB4056894, or the combination of KB4056568 and KB4056897, on Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. 

 

Patches are available for the following SDKs:

 

  • ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.2 (Windows)
  • ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.1 (Windows)
  • ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.0.1 (Windows)
  • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET 10.2.7
  • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt 10.2.6 (Windows)
  • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java 10.2.4 (Windows)
  • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF 10.2.5

 

 

Patch downloads: ArcGIS Runtime Local Geoprocessing Service Startup Patch

 

Note: This is a patch for the SDK that you installed on your development machine. After you install the patch, you will need to rebuild the ArcGIS Runtime Local Server deployment to include the updated file and then re-deploy the Local Server deployment to any machines running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 where your application is installed. Please check your application functionality and ensure all local geoprocessing services have started and are functioning correctly. Alternatively you may choose to only deploy the updated 64-bit "DADFLib.dll" file. This can be found in the SDK installation folder under "arcgisruntime10.2.x\LocalServer64\bin" or "LocalServer100.x\64\bin" and should be deployed to the corresponding location in the ArcGIS Runtime or ArcGIS Runtime Local Server deployment you included with your original application deployment.

 

For additional background information and links to the equivalent patch for ArcGIS Server please see Software patches released for ArcGIS Server geoprocessing service issue | ArcGIS Blog.

 

If you have installed this patch and are still encountering issues with ArcGIS Runtime Local Server , and restarting services has not rectified the problem, please contact Esri Support.

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