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Using ArcGIS Server by Vince DiNoto
Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
This workshop will develop hands on understanding of how to use and configure Esri ArcGIS Server to develop web maps. The participants will learn proper configuration of the server, including the correct settings for IIS and ArcGIS Server as well as an understanding of ArcSDE, file and SQL databases.
The participants will build spatial maps, utilizing services such as ArcGIS online and ArcGIS Server to understand how services can be used to create basemaps. The participants will build services on an ArcGIS Server that can be consumed by web services such as Esri web application, Google maps, Flash Builder, etc.
Participants should be able to build geospatial maps using Esri ArcMap v 10.0 as base knowledge. No prior knowledge of server side GIS is required.
Proposed Topics list
- · Utilizing online services to as basemaps (both local and web).
- · Configuring ArcGIS Server and IIS
- · Utilizing File Geodatabases
- · Understanding of Relational Database
- · Creating map services
- · Creating a Web map using Esri ArcGIS Server
- · Using Service in other Web Applications such as Google Maps, Flash Builder, Silverlight, etc.
When & Where
National Geospatial Technology Center (GeoTech Center)
The GeoTech Center hopes to increase the number, diversity, and quality of geospatial professionals through geospatial technology education at the community and technical college level. Transforming the preparation and continuing education of geospatial technicians to meet the national workforce demand will be done by:
§ Creating a national clearinghouse of exemplary geospatial curriculum materials and database Web services;
§ Increasing the capacity to train geospatial technicians;
§ Increasing the quantity, quality and diversity of geospatial technicians to meet U.S. workforce needs;
§ Increasing the number of educators participating in geospatial professional development;
§ Sustaining the Center long-term by seeking collaborations and sources of funding to maintain and improve services and products.