I am using this TOC in my maps. As of yesterday, they are not working. Looking at the links, they are throwing a 404 error. Is anyone else having this problem? Did you find a resolution?
Thanks in advance!
It seems like the http://gmaps-utility-gis.googlecode.com/svn/tags/agsjs/ is broken.
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Google Code was launched in 2006, with the goal of making it easier to collaborate with others on open-source software. It offered Subversion, Mercurial, and Git source code hosting. It soon expanded to offer wikis, downloads, and even issue tracking.
But alas, in 2015 Google bid farewell to the service, which had since been eclipsed by other, richer open-source project hosting providers.
I have been waiting for this to happen. Your current option is reference the agsjs library locally on your machine. If you never downloaded the code then Let me know and I provide it.
If you could pass that along, it would be great. Thanks!
Actually Robert, I just found my copy of the build. I've got everything back up and running as it should be. Thanks!
We had the same issue and I would really appreciate a copy of the code
Sure find it attached.
Thanks for the quick reply. If it is in a .zip, it won't come through our
SPAM filter. Do you have a dropbox? or just change the .zip to _zip
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As GeoNet has nothing to do with your spam filter you should be ok. You just need to open my reply (you will not see the attachment inside the GeoNet inbox, you have to actually double click the reply to open it then the attachment will show).
Got it Thanks
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