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ArcGIS Image Server Clients
Image Server MicroStation Client
You can directly connect to and view an image service created by ArcGIS Image Server using various client applications. Each client application accesses and works with the image services in a similar manner. The applications supported with ArcGIS Image Server clients include
- ArcGIS Desktop 9.1 and 9.2 (ArcMap, ArcGIS Server, and ArcGlobe)
- AutoCAD 2000, 2000i, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007
- MicroStation 8.05 and 8.09 (V8 XM).
There is also a stand-alone client application, Image Server Viewer, which is installed by default with each of the client applications.
You can use the MicroStation client to do the following:
- View image services, service properties, and associated metadata.
- Explore image data by panning and zooming.
- Access metadata information and the properties of the image service, returned image, and rasters used to generate the image service.
- Modify image service properties, such as the mosaic method, spatial reference system, resampling method, compression for transmission, and background color. In some cases you may have to export the data from the image service to use it as input data for analysis.
- Save the image data to your disk by specifying the extents and pixel size to be exported and the file format in which it should be saved (such as TIFF, JPEG, and JPEG 2000). The maximum volume (and extent) of image data exported, is controlled by the administrator of the image service.
The ArcGIS Image Server MicroStation client is a plug-in tool that works with MicroStation versions 8.05 and 8.09 (V8 XM). The application connects to ArcGIS Image Server, generates the image, then attaches the image in MicroStation after automatically georeferencing it.
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