Consuming hosted Tile Layer from by ArcGIS for AutoCAD

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07-24-2023 11:30 AM
AidinArefi
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We are trying to consume hosted Tile Layer (which is published on ArcGIS Online) in AutoCAD using ArcGIS for AutoCAD.

However, when I use ADD Data by URL, it shows that Unable to add data from this URL.

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Also, I could not find The tile layer in Add window of ArcGIS for AutoCAD.

(I could add Map Image Layer to AutoCAD)

Is there any solution for solving this issue.

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

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DanWade
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Hello Aidin,

We appreciate your use of ArcGIS for AutoCAD. "Map image layers and imagery layers that support the export map capability are supported by ArcGIS for AutoCAD. Certain web layers such as tiled map layers and vector tile layers may not be supported." As you have found, the Add Data UI will filter out unsupported layers for the user. The following help documentation discusses this: Map layers and imagery layers

Now if the tiled image layer you are trying to add to ArcGIS for AutoCAD was created from your organization there is an alternative. When the imagery is published in ArcGIS Online simply publish the image layer as a dynamic image layer instead.

I hope this helps.

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DanWade
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Hello Aidin,

We appreciate your use of ArcGIS for AutoCAD. "Map image layers and imagery layers that support the export map capability are supported by ArcGIS for AutoCAD. Certain web layers such as tiled map layers and vector tile layers may not be supported." As you have found, the Add Data UI will filter out unsupported layers for the user. The following help documentation discusses this: Map layers and imagery layers

Now if the tiled image layer you are trying to add to ArcGIS for AutoCAD was created from your organization there is an alternative. When the imagery is published in ArcGIS Online simply publish the image layer as a dynamic image layer instead.

I hope this helps.

AidinArefi
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Thanks Dan

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