Configure LocalServer Url

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06-05-2019 09:20 AM
BorjaParés_Fuente
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Hi,

I'm developing an ArcGIS Runtime WPF appliation that startup a LocalServer to publish some mpk created in ArcMap. During the LocalServer initialization I can see in the console that the LocalServer will be started listening in a port between 50000 and 60000, and with a random prefix to be included in the url:

'maxport' = '60000'
'minport' = '50000'
'urlprefix' = 'random'

So, for example, the url of the server could be: http://127.0.0.1:50000/27QB1W/arcgis/rest

Each time the application starts, and initializes the local server, the url prefix is changed.

is there any way to fix to a static values, the port number and the urlprefix?

I'm going to develop a javascript application that can consume the services published in the local server, so that is the reason to have a fixed server url.

Thanks in advance.

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MichaelBranscomb
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Hi,

Disabling the random prefix is possible via the Local Server Utility app in the SDK installation folder (e.g. `C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS SDKs\LocalServer100.5\64\bin\LocalServerUtility.exe`).

Note:- the Local Server component is currently only supported for use with applications built with ArcGIS Runtime components (using ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET, ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java, or ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt C++). It is not supported for use with web applications.

Cheers

Mike

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MichaelBranscomb
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Hi,

Disabling the random prefix is possible via the Local Server Utility app in the SDK installation folder (e.g. `C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS SDKs\LocalServer100.5\64\bin\LocalServerUtility.exe`).

Note:- the Local Server component is currently only supported for use with applications built with ArcGIS Runtime components (using ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET, ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java, or ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt C++). It is not supported for use with web applications.

Cheers

Mike

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BorjaParés_Fuente
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Thanks Michael, that's it!

Yes, the idea is to have an ArcGIS Runtime Application in background with an instance of the Local Server running with some services published. Then, develop another application with ArcGIS Javasciprt API consuming those services.

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dotMorten_esri
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I believe that's against the license. This is really what the (non-local) ArcGIS Server is for 🙂