I have a need to restrict the scale level to around 1:30,000 for a series of maps I will be embedding into the Cascade Story Map template.
Therefore, I created my own simple basemap (key for this one is simple) using some minimal reference datasets.
- I ran the Generate Map Server Cache Tiling Scheme tool to create an xml file (pastebin)
- I then created a Tile Package in ArcGIS Pro (see screenshot below)
- Using the new tiling scheme (Web Mercator, but my scale levels)
- I then uploaded this into my ArcGIS Online account and published the tiles.
- This appears great, and I can add it as a basemap layer into the Map Viewer.
- IF I refresh the browser or try to open the web map again, it then gives me a "The basemap layer is not a supported type" and reverts to the default basemap for our organisation.
I initially tried using a local coordinate system (VicGrid GDA2020) but have reverted to Web Mercator for the map. However I do not want to use the ArcGIS Online/Bing tiling scheme as that will have high detail levels of detail. I need to prevent the user from zooming in beyond 1:30k
Any idea why I am getting the error? Is there specific requirements for a layer to be nested on its own in the basemap group in a web map?
Just tried a JPEG tile package using same tiling scheme. Same issue.
Save and refresh...
I get the same error.
Strangely, if I google for this exact error, it would appear that this Geonet post is the only result, so it must be something wrong with my data/workflow?