Arcgis server 9 2 updating cache

13-Jul-2016 10:01

The Update Map Server Cache geoprocessing tool helps you update an existing map cache.

You can write a script that uses this tool, then schedule the update to run on a regular basis.

If you'll be building many map caches to use in your organization, it's recommended that you use the same tiling scheme for each.

Using a standard tiling scheme allows for a more efficient overlay of your caches.

This is also an appropriate way to update the cache if your data does not change very often.

If your data changes often, you still may be able to use caching.

Even if you’ve never written a script or scheduled a task before, it’s worth the effort to learn how because of the performance improvements you can get from using a cached map. To understand whether your frequently-changing map can still be cached, it helps to ask these questions: To summarize, if the update can keep up with the changes in an acceptable amount of time, the map is appropriate for caching.

The following scenarios might give you an idea of what types of maps are appropriate or inappropriate for caching.

When you edit or update the data, two things need to happen before others can see the changes: using the path to a feature class or a graphic that you draw in Arc Map or Arc Globe.Only tiles in the national parks will be re-created.When displaying globe services, Arc GIS clients store tiles locally so that they don't have to be retrieved again when the user navigates back to the area.everytime I re-publish the MXD, Arc GIS for Server moves my cache to a new directory with a timestamp suffix. Or is there a possibility to automatically copy the cache back to the original directory?My cache is still valid, there is no need to move it....

When you edit or update the data, two things need to happen before others can see the changes: using the path to a feature class or a graphic that you draw in Arc Map or Arc Globe.Only tiles in the national parks will be re-created.When displaying globe services, Arc GIS clients store tiles locally so that they don't have to be retrieved again when the user navigates back to the area.everytime I re-publish the MXD, Arc GIS for Server moves my cache to a new directory with a timestamp suffix. Or is there a possibility to automatically copy the cache back to the original directory?My cache is still valid, there is no need to move it....Even when you've updated your cache, people who have used your cache before may have some of the tiles stored locally on their machines.