Import KML/GPX/Shape

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06-01-2015 05:08 PM
GeorgeOulton1
New Contributor III

I am hoping to incorporate a way of importing kml, gpx or shape file into an app as temporary layers.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks!

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JeffWard
Regular Contributor II

GPX to features

KML to Layer

Jeff Ward
Summit County, Utah
DrewSwayne
New Contributor II

I am also looking to add this same functionality to one of our web apps. I am surprised that a widget hasn't already been created and posted to Geonet that performs this task. I noticed that you can do this in the web mapping portion of AGOL, but you can't easily pull in that functionality to a web app. Anyone? If I knew how to create custom widgets, I would definitely work on this one.

-drew

CatherineBouchard
New Contributor II

Do you find a solution finaly ? I'm interesting about the same widget. Can you help me?

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RebeccaStrauch__GISP
MVP Esteemed Contributor

There are a couple widgets that are available for shapes that you could take a look at. (I have not used them)

I copied this snippet from my /blogs/myAlaskaGIS/2016/03/09/web-appbuilder-developer-edition-customization-resource-list?sr=search...‌ in case you want to see what else might be available.

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CatherineBouchard
New Contributor II

Thanks, the Addshapefile work well, but nothing work for import GPX. If you have idea, i will take it.

Thank you

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deleted-user-CQZbjNeBXm49
Occasional Contributor III

Catherine,

I think the best thing will be to convert your GPX to shapefile and take benefit of the Addshapefile Widget or you had had to take advantage of the Geoprocessing Widget and create a geoprocessing task service or use this https://community.esri.com/thread/87050 as a reference

EDIT: Use can also explore this: https://github.com/WestonSF/ArcGISWebAppBuilderAddLocalDataWidget, which seems to do all that you desire but I haven't explored or tested it myself

Baba

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