Currently we are able to create a database connection in ArcCatalog to an SQL Database in Azure, and successfully display the data in ArcMap , but we can not connect from ArcCatalog to an SQL Warehouse in Azure. The connection issue appears to be specifically related to ArcCatalog querying functions unsupported by an SQL Warehouse. . The idea is to be able to create a database connection in ArcCatalog to connect to a View in the Azure SQL Warehouse containing data with coordinates X Y and Lat Long. ( not geodatabase in Azure, just a plain SQL Table ). O nce connected, we could make and xy event layer , display it in ArcMap, and publish the map as a map service in ArcGIS Server.
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