i have a question that is should i have a own website with me first?
i have no idea about this step
i try the everything i can do
but it doesn't work.....
so my question is should i have to build a new website for myself??
With this "tool" you connecting some machine where are map services like image, feature, etc. stored.
There are many of arcgis server.
Basic server is Folder: / .
Here is a detailed step by step guide, how to connect arcgis server.
About connecting to ArcGIS Server in ArcGIS for Desktop—Installation Guides (10.3 and 10.3.1) | ArcGIS for Server
so did u mean that i have to create a new website by sth?
or i can just follow the suggestion you give me?
I dont know what software you have. If you dont have ArcGIS for Server, you cannot make your own arcgis server (server connection). Its not a website. Its server (machine) where are running some map services.
Example: Iam using arcgis server of State Administration of Land Surveying and Cadastre (ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/rest/services) to upload detailed Imagery map of Czech republic or Hillshade into my ArcMap (ArcGIS online). There are lots of servers like this one or by ESRi etc. Type in google arcgis/rest/services
To create your own server you need 1) server (machine or cloud) and 2) instaled ArcGIS for Server on it.
and there is a big problem to me is...
My arccgis version is 10.
but i m a student
i mean my arcgis is formal one it's fake
so can i just use arcgis sever for 10 version@@?
You would have to have a license for arcgis server to create a "web site" (actually a REST endpoint to ArcGIS Server services)...or you can find some that exist and are public for testing. If you are a student and getting access to the software thru them, they may already have a server set up for you to use. Check with them.
Just to clarify, ArcMap does not use REST services, as mentioned in my reply to Vojtech.
Thanks for correcting me Michael. My mistake.
Hi Rebecca, Meh, it's not a mistake, as REST endpoints are indeed created... just not applicable in this instance.
Maybe misleading is a better description. The terminology and the relationship/difference between the terms is a bit fuzzy for me sometimes.
That example you provided is incorrect. (http://sampleserver1.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services) ArcMap uses SOAP services, not REST Services. So your pointer should be a /Service (without the REST) and can be browser verified with ?wdsl. at the end.
Here is an example of REST endpoint from ArcGIS Server (using ArcGIS Online):
To consume this in ArcMap, you call SOAP
Like so: I add the ?wsdl so you can 'see' something in the browser as browsers cannot comprehend SOAP like you see in REST. (above example)
Thanks for correction, but I always using rest services in ArcMap, if I want to use add ArcGIS server in ArcCatalog. Its even in example if you hit Add ArcGIS server:
E.g.: ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/rest/services and in ArcMap I can see services and i can used them:
ArcMap does not use REST Services. I will try to explain better.
What you typed in, is not what ArcMap uses when actually reading the Layers you add..Ive dealt with ArcObjects for many years...ArcMap uses SOAP. If one tried to control arcmap and used a REST service to add a service directly, it would not work.
* you will also notice that even in your screen shot, the example for ArcGIS Server is arcgis/services - not REST
Showing a browser url does not signify that Rest is what was used, it only shows you the structure that exists via REST, in a browser and that the service is up and running.. REST in a browser is easily legible where as SOAP is not... but I will show you regardless.
I will use Fiddler, which will monitor the HTTP Traffic... This directly shows what ArcMap is doing. (A broswer is not tied to ArcMap thus irrelevant.)
When I type in the same URL you are using... ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/rest/services into arcmap and add a layer...
You will see the initial REST, only because that is what was typed in... but then you will notice it changes to SOAP, and further, I added your ortofoto mapserver as a layer in ArcMap and it is SOAP as seen in Fiddler, there is no REST anywhere.
If you want to see that in a broswer it would be this:
http://ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/services/ortofoto/MapServer?wsdl - This is what ArcMap Reads to obtain MapServer.
Here is that layers source in ArcMap... showing I had typed in /rest/ (oops meant to highlight the Rest part) but you get the idea.
In various samples in ESRI Documentation this is also mentioned.
ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/rest/services - REST Service AND http://ags.cuzk.cz/arcgis/services?wsdl - SOAP Service
Use these to look via Browsers.
Another way to show would be to go to your server and block any outbound SOAP traffic (URL Writer or something) and left the REST calls as is.. ArcMap would not work.
I hope this makes better sense.
Thanks for excelent explanation. I get it
for your example. You should see what is listed here:
>> so my question is should i have to build a new website for myself??
I just wanted to make sure your question got answered. We got a little technical on you.
In the same way that IIS or Apache server serve up HTML, ArcGis Server serves up maps.
So to get your map on the web you need to talk to an ArcGis Server instance. This is where we "Make our new web side" except its a Map (or map services).
In the same way your browser can talk to multiple web sites at the same time and merge them on a single page, Our browsing map clients can ingest multiple maps from multiple ArcGis Servers on the same screen/map.
Some things you can try to get your map published on the web:
-Get a trial version of ArcGis Server and try it out.
-Ask your department, odds are your facility already has one setup that you might be able to use.
-Use ArcMap to publish to an opensource map server service such as GeoServer (sorry for the heresy esri)
Once you find an ArcGis Server you can publish to - the actual steps to publishing are fairly simple.
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