Removal of ArcMap-based runtime from ArcGIS Server

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09-19-2022 05:59 PM
MarkChilcott
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Hi Peoples,

At the ArcGIS Server 10.9.1 release, one can disable the ArcMap-based runtime.

According to this article: Removal of ArcMap-based runtime from ArcGIS Enterprise 

The removal of the ArcMap-based runtime for ArcGIS Enterprise will affect you if you have ArcGIS Server services leveraging the ArcMap-based runtime. This includes workflows that publish from ArcMap and/or consume services that were originally published from ArcMap.

This suggests ArcMap cannot consume the services.  I would have thought with REST it would be possible?  Does this also include basemap services?

Cheers,

Mark

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magisian
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ArcMap can continue to consume the services after you migrate them to ArcGIS Pro service runtime.

https://enterprise.arcgis.com/en/server/10.9.1/publish-services/windows/migrating-services-to-the-ar...

The comment is likely referring to services/workflows that explicitly run on the ArcMap runtime. e.g. services that are not compatible, such as map services with a server object extension (SOE) or server object interceptor (SOI). If you've built dependency on the ArcMap runtime you'll need to stay on it or upgrade the workflows/dependencies.

Please don't forget the kudos 🙂

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magisian
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ArcMap can continue to consume the services after you migrate them to ArcGIS Pro service runtime.

https://enterprise.arcgis.com/en/server/10.9.1/publish-services/windows/migrating-services-to-the-ar...

The comment is likely referring to services/workflows that explicitly run on the ArcMap runtime. e.g. services that are not compatible, such as map services with a server object extension (SOE) or server object interceptor (SOI). If you've built dependency on the ArcMap runtime you'll need to stay on it or upgrade the workflows/dependencies.

Please don't forget the kudos 🙂

magisian
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