The title asks it all and there's the url. So, can it be done?
Still wondering... It looks great in Cesium web globe. Can I do the same thing in ArcGIS Online?
I could have sworn someone showed me how at the Dev summit this past spring, but I can't find any notes and I can't make it work.
Haven't messed with globe, but have you looks at
and the list Complete list of Tile Sets
I'd be curious on what you come up with.
Interesting, I didn't know about those services. I tried to add a URL and I just got the same error, that is, 'The value entered is not valid', with no explanation of what exactly would make it valid.
Do you know about the GINA web layers github repo, from which I got the address I was trying?
GitHub - gina-alaska/gina-map-layers: Layer definitions and apis for accessing GINA map tiles
Update: I think I finally found the problem. On this page - Choose global or local—ArcGIS Online Help | ArcGIS - there is the explanation that tile layers have to be published from an ArcGIS server, which is annoying because when I was at the developer summit and mentioned to an ESRI person that I had tried using the GINA tile layers with Cesium, he asked 'Why would you use Cesium?'. I didn't have a great answer at the time, but now I do.
I'm not sure if any of this will help, but...
No, sorry, there's nothing there would change anything I am trying to do.
As you may know, the GINA WMS address for the SPOT imagery (SDMI.ORTHO ) does work in both ArcMap and ArcGlobe, so that's good. But as for making an online globe app that displays those GINA web tile layers over elevation, I am happy to develop in Cesium for now.
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