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Legend does not show full color ramp

Question asked by jon.morris on Oct 19, 2015
Latest reply on Nov 10, 2015 by jon.morris

I'm trying to add a legend to my web map and it's proving very difficult. I've managed to get a legend to show up, but for some reason, it is split into three sections, and as Arcmap only labels high and low, the middle section is missing.

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So, above we can see the properties of one of the raster layers in Arcmap. By default, only the high and low labels are populated, but I manually added a medium label and the TOC looked like the image at bottom left.

 

After publishing the GP service to my server, the REST services directory (http://myserver:6080/arcgis/rest/services/LFP/lfp01Setup/MapServer/legend) looks like the bottom middle image - the medium value is still there.

 

However, when I run a job using the javascript API and add a result map and legend to my web page, the medium value has gone. It looks like the high and low values have been recalculated too, so I guess the whole raster stretch has been recreated from scratch.

 

So, how do I get my result map to show the full color ramp?

 

cc ArcGIS Enterprise Web Developers GIS

 

Update:

This has been logged as two bugs, see http://support.esri.com for more details:

BUG-000092784 : Running a Geoprocessing service at Rest endpoint and publishing the result as a map service causes the Legend color ramp values to change.

 

BUG-000092783 : Running a Geoprocessing service using the javascript API and adding the result map and legend to the application causes the medium value of the legend to disappear.

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