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Are there known issues showing an ArcGISTiledMapServiceLayer and FeatureLayers from a GeodatabaseFeatureTable in the same map when they have different SpatialReferences?

Question asked by mprickard on Oct 17, 2014
Latest reply on Feb 10, 2015 by sfisher

The ArcGISTiledMapServiceLayer is

My FeatureLayers are GeodatabaseFeatureTables coming from a local geodatabase file.

The SpatialReference for the Service is 102100.

The SpatialReference for the geodatabase/FeatureLayers is 2285.

If I add just the FeatureLayers to the map, it looks fine.

If I add the Imagery Map Service and then my FeatureLayers, I see only the Satellite Imagery.  My FeatureLayers seem to load ok, but are not visible on the map.  At least there are no errors in my LayerLoaded handler.

If I force the code to load my feature layers first, so the Map has a spatial reference of 2285, then add the Image Service layer, I get the following error in my LayerLoaded handler.

"Layer cannot be displayed on a Map with a different spatial reference."


Any ideas how I can get these two data sources to play nice together?