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  1. you have to make your webserver accessible to internet i.e. have public i.p and a proper domain name that point to that ip
  2. Alternatively, instead of using ISAPI_redirect.dll (ISAPI redirector for IIS), use Microsoft IIS Application Request Routing (ARR) module http://www.iisadmin.co.uk/?p=326
  3. To run ArcIMS properly on production environment (enterprise webserver like IIS), you need to do step 5. There's no escaping that :grin:
  4. Hi, Step 5 is ISAPI redirector configuration for tomcat on IIS7. Basically it is done so that any request to IIS that requires tomcat to process, will be redirected to tomcat. Step 8 requires you to install tomcat examples during tomcat installation (when you intsall tomcat, choose custom and put checkmark on exmaples). Only then you have the hello world example.
  5. Win Server 2008 (IIS7) is good :cool: This time around, instead of ServletExec, use Tomcat 6 instead. It'll be easier to configure during post install Check this Post Installation guidelines According to that articles (1) You must have a Web server and Servlet Engine installed and operational before you can configure them for ArcIMS. For information on setting up your Web server and Servlet Engine, visit the ESRI Support Web site and search for knowledge base document 31218. (2) After you have installed your Web server and Servlet Engine, you must verify that they are communicating with each other. To verify that your Web server and Servlet Engine are communicating, see Verify your servlet engine is working. If your Web server and Servlet Engine do not appear to be successfully communicating with each other, see your Servlet Engine's Web site for further information. (3)Automated Web server - Servlet Engine configuration is provided for the following: - Apache 2.2x with Tomcat 6.0x - IIS with Tomcat 6.0.x <--- You WILL use this :cheesy:
  6. Actually, I think something is not right with your arcims installation since you can only run it on servletexec internal webserver. This could be the culprit of you problem as the internal webserver might not accessible other than from localhost (same machine) or firewall may have blocked the port used by the internal webserver (8093). Try uninstalling arcims and reinstalling it properly - with proper preinstall procedure as laid out in ESRI knowldgebase link I posted earlier. Btw, I assume your OS is either Windows 7 or Windows server 2008, yes?
  7. lol you guys.. I'm flattered :laugh: Mostafa: Installing ArcIMS is not as easy as other software would be (setup-> next-Next-Finish). ArcIMS requires some preinstall configuration and you must make sure every pre install requirements works prior to the ArcIMS installation. ESRI knowledgebase has the resources and information needed for the preinstall http://resources.arcgis.com/content/kbase?fa=articleShow&d=31218 Please note that you must use the exact version of webserver, servlets and JDK/JRE as laid out in the articles. Uses of different version may produce error My general rules on ArcIMS installation: (1) Plan what type of webserver, servlets and JDK/JRE that you going to use and make sure they are supported or at least you can find the preinstall arcticle in link above (2) Make sure the servlet connector works with the webserver before proceeding with ArcIMS Installation (3) Install ArcIMS and test it out During my day with ArcIMS, i usually use Tomcat as the servlet with IIS. Long ago it was very (and I mean) very hard to configure the preinstall but as time goes by I believe it is much easier nowadays.
  8. Disclaimer: The last ArcIMS I use was v9.3, so any comments from me might not be correct Dear Mostafa, please answer these few questions: 1) What version of ArcIMS are you using? 2) What servlet that you use for ArcIMS? You managed to view the map because your ArcIMS is using its internal webserver (provided by the servlet) - that's is why it is using port 8093 intead of port 80 as any webserver would normally use. To make it usable with IIS, you need connectors or redirectors and configure it correctly for your particular servlet
  9. Jsst checking out ArcGIS Help and surprise surprise! ArcGIS 10 (arceditor and arcinfo license only) now support attachments (any files - pics, pdf, doc etc..) for feature. But this can only be done in geodatabase because the attachment will be stored in it. In your case, this can be helpful since you need not to specify additional hyperlinks and you picture file can be embedded together with the feature class. Attchments can be viewed with info tools, attribute windows or HTML Popup. The latter is actually what you need (click once, show everything - pictures and attributes)
  10. Some good info on shapefiles (by esri themselves) Shapefiles White Paper the three files : - *.shp (the features geometry) - *.dbf (dBase files for storing attribute of each feature) - *.shx (index files for features) since the attribute's file is actually a dBase (dbf) file, we can edit the attribute outside ArcGIS or ArcView, for example by using Microsoft Access. This is useful when we want to update the attributes value using SQL statement and function (well, ArcGIS's or ArcView's data update tools does not support some SQL functions) btw, MapInfo's native format (table files) also stores attribute in dBase (but instead of having dbf extension, it has .dat extension). thus, it still editable outside Mapinfo Professional and since personal geodatabase (*.mdb) is actually a microsoft access file, the attributes can be edited using Microsoft Access. Same goes for ArcSDE (enterprise geodatabase) that uses enterprise or workgroup RDBMS as database backend - MSSQL, Oracle etc, attributes can be edited using any DBMS client (but to preserve integrity of the dataset, editing outside arcgis is not recommended especially for versioned dataset)
  11. you can start by getting the images first :grin: (but those high resolution imageries are expensive)
  12. I'm at home now and can't provide much detail on this (i don't have arcgis desktop on my home pc) since you already mentioned that you've created hyperlink to the photo for each record, open layer properties of the corresponding layer (layer that you want to associate with the photo and has the photo hyperlink) and look for 'HTML Popup' tab. Choose custom XSL - but you have to create the custom XSL. There's samples in 'ArcGIS Help'. Look for HTML Popup tools Once you done with the HTML Popup configuration, instead of using 'info' tools to view the atributes, use HTML Popup tools. p/s: I'll try too look for the one I did few months back tomorrow
  13. since ArcGIS 9.3, there's a HTML Popup tools utility comes in ArcMap. Just create a proper XSL to display the image/photo and other attributes
  14. a SOC creation error can be caused by many factor.. one of them - LICENSING.. :cheesy: btw, instead of publishing MXD, try to generate MSD (map service definition). You can examine whether the map design is optimized for performance
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