WAB Without Internet Connection

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11-01-2016 07:14 AM
Tevfik_ÇağrıDural1
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Hello everyone, we are developing an application based on Web AppBuilder which is running on a tomcat server. But since the network where the application running is not connected to internet, folders like javascript, dojo etc. can not be downloaded.

Does anyone has a suggestion about this problem? 

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DerekLaw
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Hi Tevfik,

Robert Scheitlin, GISP‌ is correct, Portal for ArcGIS 10.3 and later releases includes Web AppBuilder embedded within its home app/website and should work fine in a disconnected environment.

Are you asking about using Web AppBuilder Developer Edition with a Portal for ArcGIS installation in a disconnected environment? In which case, yes - you would have to enable access to some ArcGIS API for JavaScript libraries with Developer Edition.

FYI, we just published a blog post on this topic:
Deploying Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS Developer Edition in a Disconnected Portal for ArcGIS Environmen... 

Hope this helps,

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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Tevfik,

   WAB is a web application which meaning it need internet connectivity. Your main option is to use Portal which can operate in a disconnected environment and has a version of WAB installed on it.

Tevfik_ÇağrıDural1
New Contributor III

Hello Robert,

 

In our environment, portal and our web app (generated by web app builder) run in intranet. So it needs to run without an internet connection.

There are some files that need to be downloaded from internet. I copied urls of some of them here.

 

Is there any defined way of replacing these urls with local ones.

 

https://js.arcgis.com/3.16/init.js

https://js.arcgis.com/3.16/dojo/resources/dojo.css

https://js.arcgis.com/3.16/dijit/themes/claro/claro.css

https://js.arcgis.com/3.16/esri/css/esri.css

https://js.arcgis.com/3.16/dojox/layout/resources/ResizeHandle.css

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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Tevfik,

   If you are using an on premise Portal then the apps that are created using it will already point to a local install of JS api. I sounds like you are using the name "portal" to mean something different.

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DerekLaw
Community Moderator

Hi Tevfik,

Robert Scheitlin, GISP‌ is correct, Portal for ArcGIS 10.3 and later releases includes Web AppBuilder embedded within its home app/website and should work fine in a disconnected environment.

Are you asking about using Web AppBuilder Developer Edition with a Portal for ArcGIS installation in a disconnected environment? In which case, yes - you would have to enable access to some ArcGIS API for JavaScript libraries with Developer Edition.

FYI, we just published a blog post on this topic:
Deploying Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS Developer Edition in a Disconnected Portal for ArcGIS Environmen... 

Hope this helps,

Tevfik_ÇağrıDural1
New Contributor III

Hello Robert Scheitlin, GISP‌ and Derek Law

That is exactly what I meant.

It was posted at the same date with my question. I'll be following the blog from now on.

Thank you so much.

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