4. Click the ‘arcgis_js_v38_api.zip’ link and log in with an Esri Global Account username and password.
5. Accept the License Agreement to start the download. -show me-
1. Unzip the contents of the .zip file to a temporarily location. -show me-
This may take a few minutes. While not physically large, the .zip file contains approximately 17K files that must be extracted.
2. Copy the arcgis_js_api folder into the web server root folder, typically:
Please note in the following two steps, do not include ‘http://’ with the fully qualified host name as this is already defined in the two files.
3. Open the following file in a text editor:
4. Search for the text ‘[HOSTNAME_AND_PATH_TO_JSAPI]’, and replace this text with:
5. Open the following file in a text editor:
6. Search for the text ‘[HOSTNAME_AND_PATH_TO_JSAPI]’, and replace this text with:
Add IIS default document
1. Open IIS and navigate to the Default Web Site.
2. Open the Default Document. -show me-
3. Under the Actions heading, click Add. -show me-
4. Type init.js as the name value, and click OK. -show me-
Init.js should now be listed as a Local Entry Type default document. -show me-
Edit ArcGIS services
1. In a web browser on the server navigate to the following location:
2. Login with administrator credentials. -show me-
3. Copy or take a screenshot of the current Services Directory settings in case it is necessary to revert to the default settings.
4. Click ‘edit’ to modify settings. -show me-
If your server is configured to use HTTPS only, modify the examples above to use HTTPS instead of HTTP as the URL connection.
6. Clear the browser cache to complete installation.