I would like to create a vector tile service of a point layer with labels, so that it renders very quickly on top of a basemap. These basemaps are in 4326.
Here is what I've tried:
When I attempt to add it on top of the basemap (in both the Portal web map viewer and ArcGIS Earth), I get the following error:
The layer, Towns and Localities, can not be added to the map because its coordinate system or tiling scheme can't be adjusted to align properly with the basemap.
So evidently it's not my coordinate system that's mismatched, because they're both 4326. That leaves the tiling scheme. So what I wonder is, why would a WGS84 tiling scheme be incompatible with a GCS WGS84 basemap?
Edit: UPDATE. I generated an XML scheme that matched my basemap in specific LOD and extent, but because (I assume) my basemap is a global set and my content is local, the staging ended up failing. My next approach will be to leave my layer extent alone and just set LOD. I will update again once I try it.
I have a very similar situation where my layer is a polygon map (SRID 4326) sitting on top of a basemap with the same SRID. When I run the "Create Vector Tile Package" I keep getting the same error (Error 000707: https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/tool-reference/tool-errors-and-warnings/001001-010000/tool-errors-...)
What bothers me is that I was to do the procedure by changing both the layer and the basemap to SRID 3857 following the same exact steps. No idea what I could be doing wrong...
The thing is I want to keep everything under SRID 4326, not 3857!