Loading raster throws Unlicensed feature exception

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10-09-2023 01:34 AM
TomGreenDk
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Running on Android with xamarin.forms through .net IDE.

When trying to load a geoTiff file from resources, I get "unlicensed feature" on loading. This seems to indicate that... I dont have a valid license for that, though I have a lite account now (testing the usability of mapping framework still) and do not have the "developer license watermark" any longer.

Should Raster layers not work for this? 

What I am doing is simply
Raster raster = new Raster(imagePath);
await raster.LoadAsync(); -> exception

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MichaelBranscomb
Esri Frequent Contributor

Hi,

Local raster data sources require a Standard level license - for more information see License levels and capabilities | ArcGIS Maps SDK for .NET | ArcGIS Developers.

 

Note raster doesn't have quite the same simple local/remote concept as KML but image services are available with ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Online.

For more info see:

Host imagery using ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online—Imagery Workflows | Documentation

What is an image service?—ArcGIS Image Server | Documentation for ArcGIS Enterprise

 

Thanks

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DanPatterson
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perhaps related albeit for a different data source

Solved: Viewing KML from websource says "unlicensed featur... - Esri Community


... sort of retired...
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TomGreenDk
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That seems likely, thanks. I will see if I can get away with getting it online and not local to duplicate that workaround.

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MichaelBranscomb
Esri Frequent Contributor

Hi,

Local raster data sources require a Standard level license - for more information see License levels and capabilities | ArcGIS Maps SDK for .NET | ArcGIS Developers.

 

Note raster doesn't have quite the same simple local/remote concept as KML but image services are available with ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Online.

For more info see:

Host imagery using ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online—Imagery Workflows | Documentation

What is an image service?—ArcGIS Image Server | Documentation for ArcGIS Enterprise

 

Thanks

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