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Parser Print Service function conflict

Question asked by crecendia on Aug 1, 2017

So I tried to add Print function on my arcgis map. It's doesn't work at all. So I tried to start new project and figure it out. It worked fine.

Back to my main project, I realized the errors is came from parser itself. When I comment the parser.parse(); the print function is work but a part of my function didn't work out.

I've tried to add this:

<script> var dojoConfig = { parseOnLoad: false, async: true, tlmSiblingOfDojo: false }; </script>

It doesn't work out.

Here is the print function:


        map = new Map("mapDiv", {
          // basemap: "satellite",
          basemap: "topo",
          center: [118,-1],
          zoom: 5,
          sliderStyle: "small"

        printUrl = "https://1xx.1xx.7x.2xx:6443/arcgis/rest/services/Utilities/PrintingTools/GPServer/Export%20Web%20Map%20Task";

        var printInfo = esriRequest({
          "url": printUrl,
          "content": { "f": "json" }
        printInfo.then(dojo.hitch(printUrl,dojo.hitch(map,handlePrintInfo)), handleError);

        function handlePrintInfo(resp) {

          var layoutTemplate, templateNames, mapOnlyIndex, templates;

          layoutTemplate = arrayUtils.filter(resp.parameters, function(param, idx) {
            return === "Layout_Template";

          if ( layoutTemplate.length === 0 ) {
            console.log("print service parameters name for templates must be \"Layout_Template\"");
          templateNames = layoutTemplate[0].choiceList;

          // remove the MAP_ONLY template then add it to the end of the list of templates
          mapOnlyIndex = arrayUtils.indexOf(templateNames, "MAP_ONLY");
          if ( mapOnlyIndex > -1 ) {
            var mapOnly = templateNames.splice(mapOnlyIndex, mapOnlyIndex + 1)[0];

          // create a print template for each choice
          templates =, function(ch) {
            var plate = new PrintTemplate();
            plate.layout = plate.label = ch;
            plate.format = "PDF";
            plate.layoutOptions = {
              "authorText": "Author.",
              "copyrightText": "<copyright info here>",
              "legendLayers": [],
              "titleText": "A title",
              "scalebarUnit": "Kilometers"
            return plate;

          // create the print dijit
          var printer = new Print({
            "map": map,
            "templates": templates,
            "url": printUrl
          }, dojo.byId("print_map"));

        function handleError(err) {
          console.log("Something broke: ", err);

How can I make the print function work out without removing parser.parse();? If I didn't use parser, all my function can't be loaded, and if I use parser, the json can't be sent to server service.