Share geoprocessing with data in enterprise gdb

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01-06-2021 05:31 AM
GuillaumeArnaud
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Hi,

I have 2 feature class in my database. I have a desktop geoprocess which :

 - Delete all feature in the 2nd feature class

 - Copy all feature from the 1rst to the 2nd feature class (with some calculation field and filter)

I need to share this tools on my arcgis server or portal. I have this tools on arcmap but i can copy it on arcgis pro.

How do this ?

Thanks

Guillaume ARNAUD

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DavidPike
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Are both features in an enterprise GDB, and ArcGIS Server has the schema registered in the ArcGIS Server datastore?

If so, it will be relatively simple, just run the tool, go to the geoprocessing history, and share it.

Best to read up on the steps:

Quick tour of authoring and sharing web tools—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

 

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DavidPike
MVP Regular Contributor

Are both features in an enterprise GDB, and ArcGIS Server has the schema registered in the ArcGIS Server datastore?

If so, it will be relatively simple, just run the tool, go to the geoprocessing history, and share it.

Best to read up on the steps:

Quick tour of authoring and sharing web tools—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

 

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GuillaumeArnaud
New Contributor III

Thank you. It works in ArcGIS Pro. In ArcCatalog (ArcMap), I don't find how to publish web tool, I can only publish geoprocess services which doesn't work (i expect that it can't resolve <directory>/connexion.sde/layer)

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DavidPike
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I'm not quite sure what you mean.  the connection should be added to ArcGIS server data store if it can't be recognised.

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TigerWoulds
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I think Geoprocessing Service (Published from ArcMap) = Web Tool (Published from ArcGIS Pro)

Did you run through this? A quick tour of publishing a geoprocessing service—ArcGIS Server | Documentation for ArcGIS Enterpri...

In Server Manager, make your your SDE is registered with the GIS Server too.

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