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Print map with MapImageLayer

Question asked by rcsellman on Dec 11, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 21, 2016 by ekleiman22

Hello All,

 

I am trying to give users access to Old Tax Map Images that my organization has available on a web server.  In short, each parcel in my County can been viewed on one of these Old Tax Map images.  Parcels are tied to an image based on an Old Tax Map Id.  I have been trying to come up with the best way to view these image based on a few requirements.  The user needs to be able to zoom in on the image (there is small hand written text on the each image) and the user needs to be able to print the images (at the full extent of the image as well as when the map zoomed in).

 

That being said, I have a working sample in a hacked up development app that adds the images to another map instance as a MapImage in a MapImageLayer.  The way I have it set up is there's an index map on the left that has polygons representing the parcels in each tax map image.  When the user clicks on a polygon, I remove the previous image from the MapImageLayer and add the new one.  Its working great until I go to print (which is done in the "Print Old Tax Map" tab in the left pane.  I get inconsistent results with the output - sometimes the image appears, most of the time it doesn't at all.  Has anyone ever experienced issues when trying to print a map with a MapImageLayer in it, via an ArcGIS Server print service?

 

Here's the link to my development app.

 

County of Summit: Parcel Viewer

 

Right now I have it set up so on load, a specific tax map image is added and the index map on the left zooms to that image's polygon.

 

Any help is much appreciated!!

 

Thanks,

 

Ryan

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