Choose whether to use antialiasing when rendering the tiles. Choose Cache all features and ignore completion status field to ignore the cache completion status field and cache all feature extents.
If ANTIALIASING is edges of lines, borders, and text will be smoothed. Choose Track cache completion status for each feature option to update the cache completion status to a field named Cached.
They are included with the software so that your existing scripts will continue to run, but you cannot add them to the toolbox and they are not available through the command line. This table shows the deprecated tools and their replacements in 9.3 and beyond: , constraining_extent is now a required parameter that immediately follows update_mode in the parameter list.
Always consult the latest geoprocessing tool reference documentation when updating your scripts.
Hello Everyone I am currently setting up new map caches for Arc GIS server 10.3.1.
When you create a map cache, you are creating a snapshot, or picture of your map at the time you create the cache.When I have been creating caches from SID files the caches have built successfully without any problems.I have done some reading and come across a few potential different issues it could be.The one I have seen the most is an extension is needed for Arc GIS server to created a cache from it.Has any got any suggestions as to what may be happening?
For example, here is the reference topic for the You can save your script as a Python script file (.py).