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Analysis from ESRI Developer Summit 2024

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03-15-2024 07:22 AM
LanceKirby2
Occasional Contributor II

At the dev summit a sample analysis was shown around the 35 minute mark. @AndrewSakowicz you mentioned sharing the queries used to build that analysis but I didn't see any follow up on that. It would be great to have access to those. If they're available could you point the way?

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AndrewSakowicz
Esri Contributor

@LanceKirby2  Thank you for attending our session.  As mentioned, we are working an analysis import feature (Q3 2024).  In the meantime, we’ll write a blog, including a script how to import.

But if don’t want to wait and are willing to follow these “unsupported” steps, here is how:

  1. Ensure you are on 2023.3 release
  2. Back up PostgreSQL database (or at the minimum Analysis table)
  3. Create new collection named "Prod". If you want to use it for a different collection name, you’d need to globally replace “Prod” text to match your collection name.
  4. Create new analysis with any name (that matches your collection name, e.g. “Prod”.  )
  5. Edit Analysis table as follows
    1. View/Edid Data using PG Admin

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    1. Navigate to your analysis name row, e.g. “Prod”
    2. Replace the content of the configuration cell with the attached json file
    3. Save

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AndrewSakowicz
Esri Contributor

@LanceKirby2  Thank you for attending our session.  As mentioned, we are working an analysis import feature (Q3 2024).  In the meantime, we’ll write a blog, including a script how to import.

But if don’t want to wait and are willing to follow these “unsupported” steps, here is how:

  1. Ensure you are on 2023.3 release
  2. Back up PostgreSQL database (or at the minimum Analysis table)
  3. Create new collection named "Prod". If you want to use it for a different collection name, you’d need to globally replace “Prod” text to match your collection name.
  4. Create new analysis with any name (that matches your collection name, e.g. “Prod”.  )
  5. Edit Analysis table as follows
    1. View/Edid Data using PG Admin

AndrewSakowicz_0-1710519503566.png

 

    1. Navigate to your analysis name row, e.g. “Prod”
    2. Replace the content of the configuration cell with the attached json file
    3. Save

AndrewSakowicz_1-1710519503569.png

 

LanceKirby2
Occasional Contributor II

Thank you!

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TarigAhmedTXHSDS
New Contributor II

Thank you for sharing :). I'm looking forward to seeing the blog. 

Could you please post screenshots of the final analysis? 

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AndrewSakowicz
Esri Contributor

Please see below. 

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TarigAhmedTXHSDS
New Contributor II

Thank you so much for quick response 🙂

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TarigAhmedTXHSDS
New Contributor II

Question: We have a High Availability GIS System in AWS. What is the downtime mean in the screenshot below? is it the load balancer? 

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