how do i use the "add Arcgis server" function?

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01-04-2016 02:55 AM
donjinyouyo
New Contributor

i have a question that is should i have a own website with me first?

i have no idea about this  step

i try the everything i can do

but it doesn't work.....

so my question is should i have to build a new website for myself??

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VojtěchBlažek1
New Contributor III

With this "tool" you connecting some machine where are map services like image, feature, etc. stored.

There are many of arcgis server.

Basic server is Folder: /​ .

Here is a detailed step by step guide, how to connect arcgis server.

About connecting to ArcGIS Server in ArcGIS for Desktop—Installation Guides (10.3 and 10.3.1) | ArcG...

donjinyouyo
New Contributor

hello sir

so did u mean that i have to create a new website by sth?

or i can just follow the suggestion you give me?

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VojtěchBlažek1
New Contributor III

I dont know what software you have. If you dont have ArcGIS for Server, you cannot make your own arcgis server (server connection). Its not a website. Its server (machine) where are running some map services.

Example: Iam using arcgis server of State Administration of Land Surveying and Cadastre (ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/rest/services) to upload detailed Imagery map of Czech republic or Hillshade into my ArcMap (ArcGIS online). There are lots of servers like this one or by ESRi etc. Type in google arcgis/rest/services

To create your own server you need 1) server (machine or cloud) and 2) instaled ArcGIS for Server on it.

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donjinyouyo
New Contributor

and there is a big problem to me is...

My arccgis version is 10.

but i m a student

i mean my arcgis is formal one it's fake

so can i just use arcgis sever for 10 version@@?

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RebeccaStrauch__GISP
MVP Esteemed Contributor

You would have to have a license for arcgis server to create a "web site" (actually a REST endpoint to ArcGIS Server services)...or you can find some that exist and are public for testing. If you are a student and getting access to the software thru them, they may already have a server set up for you to use.  Check with them.

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MichaelRobb
Regular Contributor II

Hey Rebecca,

Just to clarify, ArcMap does not use REST services, as mentioned in my reply to Vojtech.

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RebeccaStrauch__GISP
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Thanks for correcting me Michael. My mistake.

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MichaelRobb
Regular Contributor II

Hi Rebecca, Meh, it's not a mistake, as REST endpoints are indeed created... just not applicable in this instance.

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RebeccaStrauch__GISP
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Maybe misleading is a better description.  The terminology and the relationship/difference between the terms is a bit fuzzy for me sometimes. 

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