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Reprojecting results from find task

Question asked by nobleach on Aug 14, 2012
Latest reply on Aug 15, 2012 by nobleach
I'm returning a bunch of objects from a find task that I'm performing, and my results are ending up in South Africa, not Florida where they should be.

My map is using a spatial reference of 102100. My results are coming back with a WKID of 2236.

I have tried specifying

findParams = new esri.tasks.FindParameters(); findParams.outSR = '102100';


I've also tried specifying that WKID as an integer (no quotes). I've tried specifying a new spatial reference like this:

var sr = new esri.SpatialReference(102100); findParams = new esri.tasks.FindParameters(); findParams.outSR = sr;


No matter what, my results come back with a WKID of 2236... and naturally, those plot quite far away from where they should.

How do I get these points back where they belong?

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