Changing a service in a web map

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02-16-2017 12:20 PM
KenBuja
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I created a web map using a http service. The server was recently switched over to using https. Now when I examine the overview page for the map, the layer shows up with the http link (which, when I click on it, brings me to the https service). However, when I open the map, I get the error

Unable to establish a secure connection to the layer. The layer, Choptank River, cannot be added to the map.

I can still use this map in my Web Mapping Application and the data shows as expected. However, the Print widget fails with the error "Unable to connect to map service http://..."

Since I have put quite a bit of time into this map to configure the many popups, is there any way I can change the layer to its current https url? Or am I doomed to recreating the map and redoing all the popups?

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KatieCullen
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Hello,

Currently ArcGIS Online does not have a built-in tool to do this. There are two tools developed by third parties which you could try:

Admin Tools for ArcGIS℠ Online - By GEO Jobe:

https://marketplace.arcgis.com/listing.html?id=c34019b0623041608df4d06970a7a96a 

ArcGIS Online Assistant 

Disclaimer: Esri did not create these tools so we cannot offer any assistance or support for using them.

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KatieCullen
Regular Contributor II

Hello,

Currently ArcGIS Online does not have a built-in tool to do this. There are two tools developed by third parties which you could try:

Admin Tools for ArcGIS℠ Online - By GEO Jobe:

https://marketplace.arcgis.com/listing.html?id=c34019b0623041608df4d06970a7a96a 

ArcGIS Online Assistant 

Disclaimer: Esri did not create these tools so we cannot offer any assistance or support for using them.

KenBuja
MVP Honored Contributor

The ArcGIS Online Assistant did the trick! Thanks for pointing out this resource.

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RebeccaStrauch__GISP
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Ken, for future reference, there is a wiki that lists these and other AGOL admin tools, best practices, etc.  worth bookmarking

GitHub - Esri/ago-admin-wiki: A collection of code samples, scripts, hacks, tools, and information f... 

And

Tools · Esri/ago-admin-wiki Wiki · GitHub