Does anyone know the AGOL configuration for the new LODS?

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12-14-2015 08:22 AM
HeathAnderson
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I am trying to make our imagery match the new LODS in AGOL but, I haven't been able to find any documentation on what scales the new LODS are at.  Does anyone have this xml file?  I create the tile packing in ArcDesktop using the Runtime tools then share it to AGOL.

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HeathAnderson
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I was able to answer my own question.  Instead of using ESRI's 24 LODs i created my own 10.  I attempted to use ESRI's LODs but the cache would have been to large. However, here is a list of the ESRI LODs

591657527.591555

295828763.795777

147914381.897889

73957190.948944

36978595.474472

18489297.737236

9244648.868618

4622324.434309

2311162.217155

1155581.108577

577790.554289

288895.277144

144447.638572

72223.819286

36111.909643

18055.954822

9027.977411

4513.988705

2256.994353

1128.497176

564.2485882

282.124294

141.062147

70.5310735

source: World_Topo_Map (MapServer)

It is regrettable that when printing with the ESRI basemaps between levels 20 and 23 the basemap won't show in the printout.  Hopefully this will be fixed as ESRI moves toward Vector Basemaps.

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HeathAnderson
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just a quick update.  I found the the rest endpoint for the AGOL basemaps, grabbed the LOD scales from and endpoint and am trying to generate my tiling scheme from there.  I will update and post the xml if I am able to get it to work.

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DavidCrosby
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See Chris' response in the thread below:

Local cached services not displaying below a scale of 1128 in AGOL web map.

When creating your tile package, select the service that you want your cache scales to match.

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HeathAnderson
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I was able to answer my own question.  Instead of using ESRI's 24 LODs i created my own 10.  I attempted to use ESRI's LODs but the cache would have been to large. However, here is a list of the ESRI LODs

591657527.591555

295828763.795777

147914381.897889

73957190.948944

36978595.474472

18489297.737236

9244648.868618

4622324.434309

2311162.217155

1155581.108577

577790.554289

288895.277144

144447.638572

72223.819286

36111.909643

18055.954822

9027.977411

4513.988705

2256.994353

1128.497176

564.2485882

282.124294

141.062147

70.5310735

source: World_Topo_Map (MapServer)

It is regrettable that when printing with the ESRI basemaps between levels 20 and 23 the basemap won't show in the printout.  Hopefully this will be fixed as ESRI moves toward Vector Basemaps.

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