[GeoNode-users] How to add the ArcGIS (or any other) baselayer to GeoNode?
nepanode at gmail.com
Mon May 18 15:49:31 PDT 2015
If your using Geoexplorer you can add an ArcGIS server as a basemap service
as a XYZ tile basemap...the conditions are: 1. the basemap
Must be in EPSG:3857 pseudo-Mercator (web Mercator) 2. The WMTS must be
enabled on the ArcGIS server 3. You must create the basemap for 0 zoom
level any smaller bbox will ruin the tile cache created as ESRI desided itd
be a good idea to start the tile cache as the extent of the resource making
it impossible to use as a standard basemap service otherwise. Here is an
example of the URL you want to then register in GeoNode's local_settings in
the pre-configured basemaps:
Reference this for the construction in settings:
Let me know how it goes I'm using ArcGIS basemaps for our Geojson extension
but using MapBox XYZ tile service for both our editors.. Only thing I can
account for is the ZYX vs XYZ url construct and how Geoext handles that...
On Monday, May 18, 2015, Melvin Ramos <melvin.ramos1991 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello community,
> Developing my GeoNode project I realized that the maps that I would like
> to use as basemap didn't have the resolution my client needs (100 meters,
> 50 meters or lower in the scale, which would be in GeoNode 1:136494 or
> lower). So I started looking for map services and I went inmediatly to
> ArcGIS (if you have to know of more services with this powerful maps would
> be nice).
> Now I have no idea how to add the ArcGIS map as a baselayer.
> This is the World Imagery page
> Here, at the bottom, specifies the data that I guess can be used to add it
> (which I'm pasting here just in case):
> *Scale Range:* 1:591,657,528 down to 1:1,128
> Coordinate System: Web Mercator Auxiliary Sphere (WKID 102100)
> Tiling Scheme: Web Mercator Auxiliary Sphere
> *Map Service Name:* World_Imagery
> *ArcGIS Desktop/Explorer URL:*
> *ArcGIS Desktop files: * MXD
> (These ready-to-use files contain this service and associated reference
> overlay services. ArcGIS 9.3 or more recent required).
> *ArcGIS Server **Manager and **Web ADF URL:*
> *REST URL for ArcGIS Web APIs:*
> *SOAP API URL:*
> Can anybody help me?
> Melvin David Ramos Macías
> Ingeniería de Computación
> Universidad Simón Bolívar
> Enviado con MailTrack
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