Does ArcGIS Runtime for .NET support time enabled layers and specifically raster catalogs?

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11-05-2014 08:10 AM
ThomasCox
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I looked at the samples and did not see any reference to time enabled layers.  Any insight would be greatly appreciated

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DominiqueBroux
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You can set the MapView TimeExtent property. Then the layers that support time will use it.

Example:

<esri:MapView>

  <esri:MapView.TimeExtent >

    <esri:TimeExtent Start="07/01/2004" End="07/01/2004" />

  </esri:MapView.TimeExtent>

  <esri:Map >

    <esri:ArcGISImageServiceLayer ServiceUri="http://sampleserver3.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/World/MODIS/ImageServer" />

  </esri:Map>

</esri:MapView>

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DominiqueBroux
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You can set the MapView TimeExtent property. Then the layers that support time will use it.

Example:

<esri:MapView>

  <esri:MapView.TimeExtent >

    <esri:TimeExtent Start="07/01/2004" End="07/01/2004" />

  </esri:MapView.TimeExtent>

  <esri:Map >

    <esri:ArcGISImageServiceLayer ServiceUri="http://sampleserver3.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/World/MODIS/ImageServer" />

  </esri:Map>

</esri:MapView>

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ThomasCox
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Thanks for the prompt reply.  I am not sure how I will transition some of my existing ArcObject applications to this as I have numerous time layers with various time extents.  I appreciate your help.

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