Do I need a licence to use mmpk and ArcGIS Runtime SDK

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06-04-2020 03:57 AM
EricJing
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I am integrating ESRI map to our product. We will use ESRI map as offline map. We are planning to use ArcGIS Runtime SDK 100.X and mmpk. I am wondering if I need a license when I deploy it to production environment. (BTW, we have developer subscription to use ArcGIS pro to make mmpk)

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Nicholas-Furness
Esri Regular Contributor

Hi Eric.

You can use an MMPK with the Runtime with a Lite license.

If your MMPK includes a locator or network datasets, you can also geocode and route using a Lite license, but note that if you want to use the Navigation API, that's enabled at the Basic license level.

Joe's comment about Standard licenses is understandable. You need Standard for local data files like Shapefiles, GeoPackages, local rasters, etc.. The distinction is subtle and I'll see if we can improve the text, but the Lite description here includes this text: Viewing maps, scenes, layers, and packages from the ArcGIS platform.

An MMPK is considered a package from the ArcGIS platform.

Hope this helps.

Nick.

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JoeHershman
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You need a license to deploy a Runtime application Licensing your ArcGIS Runtime App | ArcGIS for Developers 

For offline data I believe you need at minimum Standard level but your account rep is probably the best source for determining this information.  Other things factor in (internal app vs external, do you have ent. agreement, portal licensing...).  We have always licensed applications by connecting to ArcGIS Enterprise and validating named users

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Nicholas-Furness
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Hi Eric.

You can use an MMPK with the Runtime with a Lite license.

If your MMPK includes a locator or network datasets, you can also geocode and route using a Lite license, but note that if you want to use the Navigation API, that's enabled at the Basic license level.

Joe's comment about Standard licenses is understandable. You need Standard for local data files like Shapefiles, GeoPackages, local rasters, etc.. The distinction is subtle and I'll see if we can improve the text, but the Lite description here includes this text: Viewing maps, scenes, layers, and packages from the ArcGIS platform.

An MMPK is considered a package from the ArcGIS platform.

Hope this helps.

Nick.

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EricJing
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Thanks to Joe and Nicholas. 

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