I have a PUBLIC open data site that will not open. If I mark it PRIVATE on the Manage Sites page in our organization, it opens fine. This has just started happening in the last day. All the sites in our organization behave the same way: select PUBLIC, they won't open; go back to PRIVATE they will.
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We have a fix for the first site that you shared. We’ll be rolling it out to production today. I’ll let you know as soon as that happens. I’ll have our team take a look at the other sites and verify that they will be working as well.
We are currently working on re-enabling the upgrade function. We expect that to happen shortly. Until then, please be patient until we can bring this feature back online.
Hi Daniel - I am the administrator for our organization. I've been working with one of our web developers to build our open data site over the last couple of months. I see that our site no longer shows up as one of our "legacy sites" in our Site Manager so I take it that means it was automatically upgraded. However, we are still not able to open our site in a web browser, regardless of it being shared publicly or privately. Our site is http://aims.opendata.com/. Is there something you can "update" to make our site accessible?
Just because you've set that URL does not make it point to your site. You would need to also set a CNAME record to point to opendata.arcgis.com. There's nothing we can do from our end to make your site load at that address.
See the custom url section here: Configure your Open Data site—ArcGIS Open Data | ArcGIS