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Hi everyone,

I want to use this extension (Map Viewers 5.3.7) Bliki
in Flash in order to create a web application and display geographical data that will reside on my
machine (server) in my office.
The fact is that in my department there is no ArcIMS and I ve been suggested to use MANIFOLD.

Does anybody know if I can do this? Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Mitch.

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I want to use this extension (Map Viewers 5.3.7) Bliki
in Flash in order to create a web application and display geographical data that will reside on my
machine (server) in my office.
The fact is that in my department there is no ArcIMS and I ve been suggested to use MANIFOLD.

Does anybody know if I can do this? Any suggestions?


It appears that this is an Arc-specific add-on, so the answer would be no. However, it's probabely better to ask the author.
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I want to use this extension (Map Viewers 5.3.7) Bliki
in Flash in order to create a web application and display geographical data that will reside on my
machine (server) in my office.
The fact is that in my department there is no ArcIMS and I ve been suggested to use MANIFOLD.

Does anybody know if I can do this? Any suggestions?


It appears that this is an Arc-specific add-on, so the answer would be no. However, it's probabely better to ask the author.



Thanks Hans,
I answer just now because I have been kind of busy lately.
I'll try to use a WMS and see what happens.

mitch




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