Hi, Is there any method to set update event listener on feature layer? I want it to be called on every feature layer update (adding, deleting features). I do not see any valid function in the documentation. Any help is much appreciated, Adam
Hi, I try to download attachment from feature service using AttachmentManager | ArcGIS Android 10.2.8 API, specyfing output folder as an external storage directory. Unfortunately, I am not successful - the file is not downloaded to the directory. There is no error raised, and I can read attachment file name correctly. Is there any sample code…(Show moreShow less)
Now, I am using an argis android sdk 10.2.x in which version is actually "10.2.8-1" upgraded from "10.2.7". I got an error messessages while I ran a android project on the phone(galaxy 2014 edition and galaxy tab 2) in 'StrictMode' running. There are two cases of the strict mode error as following 1. java.lang.Throwable: Explicit termination…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, I have a friend who has the ArcGIS desktop suite. He uses ArcMap to create routes with layers, etc. and somehow (I don't know much about the desktop apps) but somehow he "publishes" his map and layers to ArcGIS website. I can login to ArcGIS.com and see the map and layers and view them right online using the dynamically created web app…(Show moreShow less)
aclockwork orangutan The map url that you shared was secured, so first things first, you would either need to share the map publicly or would need to do some sort of authentication within your app. Second, I am assuming that you are working with API 10.2.8 and not the quartz api. If you look at the MapView documentation, you should see that…
Hi, I have two questions regarding WMTSLayer. 1) Adding WMTSLayer on a blank map: It works but some URLs work if initialized as follow WMTSLayer layer = new WMTSLayer(URL, null, false) layer.setServiceMode(WMTSServiceMode.KVP); layer.layerInitialise(); mMapView.addLayer(layer); but some URLs only work with "WMTSServiceInfo.fetch" as follow:…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Everyone, I am trying to use the order of the MapView.Layers to track the layer order in my program. However, I realized that when I remove a layer from the MapView then subsequently adding the layer back, the layer in the operations will eventually become invisible. I have tried setting the layer opacity and visibility but the layer just…(Show moreShow less)
While untested, I believe that the setMaxExtent() method may give you the right answer: MapView | ArcGIS Android 10.2.8 API The documentation says the following: Sets the boundary extent of the map. The boundary extent imposes an restriction on the viewable area of the map. The center of the map can not go beyond boundary extent when you…
Yes, there are several ways you can do this. One way that comes to mind is to just hard code the values themselves. There may be other ways which are better suited for your needs but based upon the way you phrased the question and the limited information provided, I think this might best suite your application.
I have inherited a native Android application and went about migrating from SDK 10.2.3 to 10.2.8-1 per the documentation. However, I am getting a UnsatisifiedLinkError when retainState() is called on the mapview object: Java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: No implementation found for byte…(Show moreShow less)
I ended up figuring it out with the help of support. I had ported from the lib inclusion installation for 10.2.3 to using Gradle for the install for 10.2.8-1, but had missed the .so files in armabi. Deleting these cleared things up. Thanks for the response.