What's the DataStore Tile Cache for?

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11-26-2019 03:36 PM
BrianWilson7
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The DataStore component in my AGE 10.7 install has the Tile Cache enabled, but it appears to do nothing. I was able to log in to the REST interface on port 29080 and I can see one database called dsconfig$ with a copy of the datastore config in it, and nothing else.

When I poke around on my server's filesystem I can see that it appears to store the tile caches I create in the filesystem in "bundle" files, not in the Tile Cache.

Do I just have the wrong idea about what the DataStore Tile Cache is for?

Perhaps ESRI decided that filesystem / bundle files are superior?

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BenTurrell
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Hey Brian,

There is some good information about the different data stores here: What is ArcGIS Data Store?—ArcGIS Data Store (Windows) Installation Guide | ArcGIS Enterprise 

This line here is probably the information you are after:

Tile cache data store—Stores caches for your portal's hosted scene layers.

If you don't have any hosted scene layers then it makes sense that it is empty!

Thanks,

Ben

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BenTurrell
Occasional Contributor III

Hey Brian,

There is some good information about the different data stores here: What is ArcGIS Data Store?—ArcGIS Data Store (Windows) Installation Guide | ArcGIS Enterprise 

This line here is probably the information you are after:

Tile cache data store—Stores caches for your portal's hosted scene layers.

If you don't have any hosted scene layers then it makes sense that it is empty!

Thanks,

Ben

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BrianWilson7
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Thanks Ben!

OF COURSE the "tile cache data store" is for storing "hosted scene layers" and not for caching tiles! It's so OBVIOUS now!! 🙂

Now I feel obligated to try out a scene layer... but not today.