Simple app with private WebMap

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02-03-2020 10:39 AM
Pvan_Herk
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I am new to Appstudio and Qt. I succeeded in building the Map Viewer (4.1) app with a private web map.

Map Viewer (4.1) is a big (and for me complex) app. With my limited knowledge I am not able to downscale to a 'as simple as possible" app to display a private web map.

 

Whenever I try to load the web map in a simple example application like "Web Map" from the arcgis-appstudio-samples-4.0 Git, a grey screen appears, no error messages.

What should I add to be able to show the web map, just as in Map Viewer (4.1)

Company name and item id are changed in this listing

The code:

import QtQuick 2.7
import QtQuick.Controls 2.1
import QtQuick.Controls.Styles 1.4
import QtGraphicalEffects 1.0
import QtQuick.Controls.Material 2.1
import ArcGIS.AppFramework 1.0
import ArcGIS.AppFramework.Controls 1.0
import Esri.ArcGISRuntime 100.2
Item {
    property real scaleFactor: AppFramework.displayScaleFactor
    MapView {
        id:mapView
        anchors.fill: parent
        BusyIndicator {
            anchors.centerIn: parent
            height: 48 * scaleFactor
            width: height
            running: true
            Material.accent:"#8f499c"
            visible: (mapView.drawStatus === Enums.DrawStatusInProgress)
        }
    }
    Rectangle {
        anchors.fill: parent
        color: "transparent"
        ComboBox {
            id:combobox
            anchors.left:  parent.left
            anchors.top:  parent.top
            anchors.margins: 10 * scaleFactor
            width: 200 * scaleFactor
            height: 30 * scaleFactor
            clip:true
            Material.accent:"#8f499c"
            background: Rectangle {
                anchors.fill: parent
                radius: 6 * scaleFactor
                border.color: "darkgrey"
                width: 200 * scaleFactor
                height: 30 * scaleFactor
            }
            textRole:"name"
            model: ListModel {
                id: cbItems
                ListElement { name: "MYCOMPANY"; item: "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" }
                ListElement { name: "San Francisco"; item: "358e6f9bebf544699b005f066886579c" }
                ListElement { name: "OpenstreetMap"; item: "0d22c9bc992f4f218605d6edb042ff89" }

            }
            onCurrentIndexChanged: {
                loadWebMap(cbItems.get(currentIndex).item)
            }
            Component.onCompleted: {
                loadWebMap(cbItems.get(currentIndex).item)
            }
        }
    }

    function loadWebMap(webmapitemid){
        var organizationPortalUrl = "https://mycompany-def.maps.arcgis.com/";
        var webmapUrl = organizationPortalUrl + webmapitemid;
        var newMap = ArcGISRuntimeEnvironment.createObject("Map", {initUrl: webmapUrl, autoFetchLegendInfos:true});
        mapView.map = newMap;
    }
}
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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

Sorry for the delay, I was tied up with Fed UC conference, 

I modified the Portal User Info sample to show private webmap after login, see attached modification to MyApp.qml page. Please replace the webmap id with yours. 

 

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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

Hello, 

I think there's an issue with the organizationPortalUrl that you are using, see this documentation, Map QML Type | ArcGIS for Developers 

This is the example showing when I try loading a webmap from our private ArcGIS Enterprise.

 

Thank you,

Erwin

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Pvan_Herk
New Contributor

Thank you for your reply Erwin,

I tried all 3 calls but no success. Below is the function. In the last line I do a console.log. In the console I copy the url and put it in a browser. That leads me to the correct map inside ArcGIS. So it seems, the link organizationPortalUrl and id are valid. It still gives me a grey screen. In Javascript I request the same map from a HTML file on my server. That works. See the second listing below.

When I open the HTML file from my server in a browser, I get the map and it works as expected.

When I build the Browser View application from AppStudio, and put in the url to my the HTML file from my server, I get a login screen, and after that I only see the 2 zoom buttons. The map is plain grey.

    function loadWebMap(webmapitemid){
        var organizationPortalUrl = "https://mycompany-def.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=";
        //var organizationPortalUrl = "https://mycompany-def.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=";
        //var organizationPortalUrl = "https://mycompany-def.maps.arcgis.com/sharing/rest/content/items/";
        var webmapUrl = organizationPortalUrl + webmapitemid;
        //var webmapUrl = organizationPortalUrl + webmapitemid + '/data';
var newMap = ArcGISRuntimeEnvironment.createObject("Map", {initUrl: webmapUrl, autoFetchLegendInfos:true});
        // Set the map to the MapView
        mapView.map = newMap;
        console.log(webmapUrl);
    }

Javascript:

 var portal = new Portal();
 var first = true;
 portal.load().then(function() {
 dom.byId('viewDiv').style.display = 'flex';

 var webMap = new WebMap({ 
 portalItem: {
 id: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
 portal: "https://mycompany-def.maps.arcgis.com"
 }
 });
 var view = new MapView({
 container: "viewDiv",
 map: webMap,
 center: [5.123456,50.123456],
 zoom: 19
 });
 

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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

I agree that I think the URL is good now. The next thing we want to check is the "Authentication", what type of security authentication is used in the ArcGIS Enterprise? 

If it is using OAuth, there is a sample in AppStudio Desktop called "OAuth Biometric Authentication", if others, this is the documentation on using AuthenticationManager in ArcGIS Runtime, Access the ArcGIS platform—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt | ArcGIS for Developers 

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Pvan_Herk
New Contributor

In the Javascript HTML page, I use this:

var info = new OAuthInfo({
appId: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx", //*** Your Client ID value goes here ***//
popup: false // inline redirects don't require any additional app configuration
});

identityManager.registerOAuthInfos([info]);

// send users to arcgis.com to login
on(dom.byId("sign-in"), "click", function() {
identityManager.getCredential(portalUrl);
});

So it is OAuth.

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Pvan_Herk
New Contributor

I tried the OAuth Biometric Authentication example, but it gives Error 400.

I think the ID is not valid.

Can you give directions how and what part of the OAuth Biometric Authentication code I should include ?

A working example would be very nice!

At this point I am in the dark.

Highly appreciated. 

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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

I will try to put together a new sample to show this, give me a few moments. 

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PHerk
by
New Contributor II

Hi Erwin,

Do you have this sample still on your agenda? Waiting for it. Appreciated!

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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

Sorry for the delay, I was tied up with Fed UC conference, 

I modified the Portal User Info sample to show private webmap after login, see attached modification to MyApp.qml page. Please replace the webmap id with yours. 

 

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PHerk
by
New Contributor II

Hi Erwin,

YES, it works but there is a problem.

I used my clientId that still works on a Javascript private map. When I replace your clientId, with my clientId I get an error:

Invalid redirect_uri


Error: 400

I created several clientId's but could not get a working Id.

What should I do to get my own working clientId?

Thank you.

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