- The documentation for your VE and GMap JS extensions - which appear to be roughly identical in function - have documentation that contains very different information. To figure out details on the VE.Geometry.ProjectToVEShapes method, I had to hunt down the similar function in the GMaps documentation.
Stop pretending these are really REST functions.Be a little more clear about which JS functions are just SOAP requests you later make into JSON clientside. ProjectToVEShapes demands a proxy for larger requests, which means it is running into browser security features meant to prevent cross-domain scripting attacks (detailed a bit here). Oddly the demand for a proxy was only returned when I tried it in IE, in Firefox I had trouble finding it even with Firebug.
- The JS objects you return from ArcServer queries differ in format to the JS objects you require for functions in the aforementioned extensions. If I make an ArcServer Query for some feature class, the object it returns is not valid as an input to Project, for example.
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Listen this makes no sense: