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04-16-2024 01:46 PM
Tammira
New Contributor II

Hello, 

I am trying to set up a partnered collaboration between my AGOL and Enterprise.  I can't seem to get the correct URL for my enterprise orgnaztion to enter into the box to set up the collaboration from AGOL. I tried the portal homepage, tried removing the web adaptor number.  I'm not having any luck.  Where do I find the right URL to input into the AGOL collaboration box? 

Also, will a collaboration work for local domain deployment? 

 

TYIA!

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Tammira
New Contributor II

Thank you, Henry. I suspected that the .local DNS would be an issue.  Thank you for your response! 

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MichaelJenkins
Occasional Contributor III

Isn't a Partnered Collaboration only for ArcGIS Online to ArcGIS Online?    Use a Distributed Collaboration for Enterprise to ArcGIS Online.

 Understand collaborations—ArcGIS Online Help | Documentation

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Tammira
New Contributor II

I was reading somewhere that you could use a partnered collaboration, but a distributed might be a better option.  Thank you for your help!

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MichaelJenkins
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With a Distributed Collaboration between Enterprise and ArcGIS Online, the Enterprise Portal can be behind a firewall on a local DNS because Enterprise connects to Online, but Online never connects to Enterprise.

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Tammira
New Contributor II

Thank you, Michael! With a distributed collaboration would I be able to share data from AGOL to a .local DNS Enterprise portal? 

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MichaelJenkins
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Yes, and AGOL doesn't need to be able to communicate directly with the Portal.   The Portal will reach out to AGOL and ask for the data.  

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Tammira
New Contributor II

Perfect!  Thank you so much for your advice!

HenryLindemann
Esri Contributor

Hi @Tammira, the URL you are looking for has to be specified like this https://dns.com/webadaptor but your system needs to be public facing and needs to have a valid public URL e.g. no .local DNS and a public certificate.

Regards

Henry

Tammira
New Contributor II

Thank you, Henry. I suspected that the .local DNS would be an issue.  Thank you for your response! 

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