Why can't I see my site now that I made it public?

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03-07-2015 06:03 AM
VenusScott
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This is beyond frustrating. I show the potential site to upper management and they are impressed . . . I'm not. I've removed data from the list that continues to show up with errors:

I changed the site from private to public:

Yet when I click on ANY link to the dataset name from any browser from any device it takes me to:

What did I forget this time?

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VenusScott
Occasional Contributor III

Ah ha!

I copied the "private" site to create my development site. What I failed

to do is update the "links" to now reflect the new "

http://dev.data.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/...." as opposed to the

original "http://data.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/..." links!

DUH!!!

Thanks Andrew! Some times you just need to step back and have someone help

you step by step . . . LOL!

Venus Scott

City of Phoenix - ITS - GIS

251 W Washington St, 6th Fl

Phoenix, Az 85003

venus.scott@phoenix.gov

602-262-7443

Please consider the environment before printing my email.

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AndrewTurner
Esri Contributor

Hi Venus - I'm sorry to hear that you've had frustrations. Let's get this fixed together ASAP!

First, I can see your site public here: http://dev.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com

Is that the URL you are typing into your browser? Perhaps you are trying to use a Custom URL.

Regarding the CSV item, can you share the link to the ArcGIS Online item. That will help us identify the potential issue.

Thank you for sharing - I'm looking forward to working with you on this.

Andrew

VenusScott
Occasional Contributor III

I can get the main page (yes the link you indicated above) but I can't get any of the links to work. They are what take me back to the ESRI Open Data web site.

The Library Computer data link (where the data has been removed) is: http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/a46a7236105049308ce7d28a67aad9a3_0/FeatureServer/0

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VenusScott
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I've also used one of our external (not on the City's network) tablets to make sure our map services are getting through to the public and they seem to be. So why do I get redirected to ArcGIS Open Data every time I click on a link to my map services?

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AndrewTurner
Esri Contributor

Venus - can you share the URL to the map service or search that you are trying to use in Open Data?

For example - this map service works fine for me: http://dev.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/0dbd8c342c694710a2273b812425b811_0

and overall I see 30 datasets in your search Search | City of Phoenix

If you want, we can setup a screen sharing session sometime today so I can see your workflow. Direct message me if you would like to set this up - or my email is 'andrew' at esri.

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VenusScott
Occasional Contributor III

This is the link I have set up in Open Data:

http://data.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?keyword=economic

I also have this link:

http://data.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?q=career center

Our map services can be found here:

http://mapservices.phoenix.gov/ArcGIS/rest/services/OpenData

Thanx,

Venus Scott

City of Phoenix - ITS - GIS

251 W Washington St, 6th Fl

Phoenix, Az 85003

venus.scott@phoenix.gov

602-262-7443

Please consider the environment before printing my email.

Computer Humor: ASCII a stupid question, get a stupid ANSI

AndrewTurner
Esri Contributor

Ok - this helps.

So it looks like you have created 3 sites - 1 is public and 2 are private. So the Private ones should be visible to you if you are logged into https://opendata.arcgis.com/admin/ . I confirmed with our test sites that I can see private sites when I am logged in.

You can verify that your URL works with your Public dev site:

http://dev.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?keyword=economic 

So can you confirm that you are logged in to the admin and click on the Preview link and if you can then see the private site or if it is redirecting you to /about/

VenusScott
Occasional Contributor III

Ah ha!

I copied the "private" site to create my development site. What I failed

to do is update the "links" to now reflect the new "

http://dev.data.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/...." as opposed to the

original "http://data.phoenix.opendata.arcgis.com/..." links!

DUH!!!

Thanks Andrew! Some times you just need to step back and have someone help

you step by step . . . LOL!

Venus Scott

City of Phoenix - ITS - GIS

251 W Washington St, 6th Fl

Phoenix, Az 85003

venus.scott@phoenix.gov

602-262-7443

Please consider the environment before printing my email.

Computer Humor: ASCII a stupid question, get a stupid ANSI

AndrewTurner
Esri Contributor

Superb!

I know exactly what you mean - just by explaining it you can find out the blindspots in the issue. It's also known as "Rubber Duck Debugging" Rubber duck debugging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thanks for working with us and sharing your data!

VenusScott
Occasional Contributor III

I am sooo going to use that term (and method) . . . Rubber Duck Debugging! LOVE it!