The new release of Google Chrome (version 50) will require some APIs to use a secure origin which will affect the Geolocation API used in both MyNearest and QuestionWhere. This Geolocation API allows the users of your MyNearest or QuestionWhere instances to get their current location from the browser they are using. Read on to see how it will affect the Esri UK ArcGIS Marketplace apps and how you can prevent losing the Geolocation API functionality.Read More
New versions of LocatorHub and ProductivitySuite are available now to support ArcGIS 10.4 and the changes to the schema of AddressBase Premium. Read on to find about more about these releases.
CrimeAnalyst for 10.4 will be available by the end of April.Read More
LocatorHub 5.4 will be available in early March. If you are using AddressBase Premium data you will need to upgrade to LocatorHub 5.4 to continue loading the data post Epoch 39 (10th March). Please read on to find out more about the new release.Read More
Are you using Esri UK Online Services? If so, please read on to understand the changes that have been made and how these will impact your use going forwards.
We are currently running the old and the new services in parallel and you have until 1st July 2016 to migrate to the new services (as we will be turning off the old ones). Read on to find out more about the benefits of using the new services and to help you plan your migration.Read More
Do you use the free Esri UK Online Services or the UK Content app? Changes have happened to them both, read on to see how we’ve added new locators to ArcGIS Online, which replace the existing services. We have as also updated the UK Content app to help you to switch to these new services.Read More
Over the last year we have updated you on some of the changes that the Ordnance Survey have planned or new datasets they have released.
With a lot of changes happening and many more coming next year we thought it was worth summarising them and letting you know about the work we have been doing or have planned.Read More
Esri have started migrating to stronger encryption certificates utilising SHA-256 for basemaps via HTTPS - Previously it was using SHA-1. Esri will continue updating ArcGIS Online certificates over the next few months. This change should be transparent to most of our users.
One group of users that might run into issues are ArcPad users with Windows Mobile 6.5 and earlier. Many of those devices still don't support SHA-256, which means you will begin seeing an increase in the number of ArcGIS Online service endpoints you cannot access via HTTPS. If you are using such a device, please contact your hardware vendor to find out your vendor's patch plans. We will be posting more information about this using the Twitter handle @ArcGIS Online.
With the release of the OS Open basemaps in ArcGIS Online, customers may wish to overlay their own raster tile layers on the basemaps. In some instances an error that the layer cannot be added to the map because it's coordinate system or tiling scheme can't be adjusted to align properly with the basemap.Read More
An issue has been identified in the latest version of Collector for iOS (10.3.4) that is available on Apple’s App Store. If you are currently using version 10.3.3 please do not upgrade to version 10.3.4. In the meantime, please ensure that automatic download of the app updates are turned off on your device. We are working on this issue and will have more information soon.
UPDATE: Monday 19th October 2015.
Collector for ArcGIS 10.3.5 update for iOS is back in iTunes App store:
Esri UK are pleased to announce the release of new versions of Productivity Suite and LocatorHub to support the Ordnance Survey Schema changes to AddressBase and AddressBase Plus which are being introduced by the OS at Epoch 35 (scheduled for release 24th September). This article contains important information about the new product release.Read More