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Posted by Anonymous at February 19. 2007
Hi,

I'm trying to set up a fish atlas web site, showing which fish species are found in which catchments. At the moment, I'm doing it manually: creating JPGs with ArcGIS, and creating a table in excel with fish species, and adding both to the web page software (Macromedia Dreamweaver). But since there are 70 catchments and 1500 surveys - which means a lot of jpgs and tables to create. And every time the database is updated, we need to create new tables and maps.

Is there an easy way to create a 'real-time' link from the database to the web? I know it is possible with ArcSDE or ArcServer, but this might be a bit too heavy for the end users, who don't have GIS experience. Is there a web display that is easy to use for 'clients', without them having to install and learn new software?

Mirjam

Re: Web page with link to database

Posted by Anonymous at March 22. 2007
You are able to manage data within ArcGIS Server and have it administered through ArcIMS (Internet maping server). The administrator can select what feature their IMS website can have, and the end users do not need to have any GIS skills at all.

Here is a link to the ESRI Australia Web GIS challenge Entries:

http://esriaustralia.com.au/company/pages/about/web_comp

Have a look at each of the entrants web sites and you will see just how ESRI's Technology can be used to create Web map.

NB: As you might be aware, since the release of 9.2, ESRI are encouraging all web developments to be done through ArcGIS Server instead of ArcIMS. ArcIMS is considered a matured technology and Server is now the prefered platform for development.

For more information you can contact me on the details below:

James Hatton
ESRI Australia
Client Relationship Manager

Email jhatton@esriaustralia.com.au
Ph. +61 (0)7 3218 4103 (Direct)
Mob. 0439 392872

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