Open scene (portal item)

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Open a web scene from a portal item.

Image of open a scene portal item

Use case

A scene is symbolized geospatial content that allows you to visualize and analyze geographic information in an intuitive and interactive 3D environment. Web scenes are an ArcGIS format for storing scenes in ArcGIS Online or portal. Scenes can be used to visualize a complex 3D environment like a city.

How to use the sample

When the sample opens, it will automatically display the scene from ArcGIS Online. Pan and zoom to explore the scene.

How it works

To open a web scene from a portal item:

  1. Create a PortalItem with an item ID pointing to a web scene.
  2. Create an ArcGISScene passing in the portal item.
  3. Set the scene by calling SceneView.setScene(scene) to display it.

About the data

This sample uses a Berlin, Germany scene hosted on ArcGIS Online.

Relevant API

  • ArcGISScene
  • PortalItem
  • SceneView

Tags

portal, scene, web scene

Sample Code

OpenScenePortalItemSample.java
                                                                                      
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/*
 * Copyright 2018 Esri.
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 * use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
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package com.esri.samples.open_scene_portal_item;

import javafx.application.Application;
import javafx.scene.Scene;
import javafx.scene.layout.StackPane;
import javafx.stage.Stage;

import com.esri.arcgisruntime.mapping.ArcGISScene;
import com.esri.arcgisruntime.mapping.view.SceneView;
import com.esri.arcgisruntime.portal.Portal;
import com.esri.arcgisruntime.portal.PortalItem;

public class OpenScenePortalItemSample extends Application {

  private SceneView sceneView;

  @Override
  public void start(Stage stage) {

    try {

      // create stack pane and JavaFX app scene
      StackPane stackPane = new StackPane();
      Scene fxScene = new Scene(stackPane);

      // set title, size, and add JavaFX scene to stage
      stage.setTitle("Open Scene Portal Item Sample");
      stage.setWidth(800);
      stage.setHeight(700);
      stage.setScene(fxScene);
      stage.show();

      // add the scene view to the stack pane
      sceneView = new SceneView();
      stackPane.getChildren().add(sceneView);

      // create a scene from a web scene portal item and set it to the scene view
      Portal portal = new Portal("http://www.arcgis.com/");
      PortalItem webScene = new PortalItem(portal, "31874da8a16d45bfbc1273422f772270");
      ArcGISScene scene = new ArcGISScene(webScene);
      sceneView.setArcGISScene(scene);

    } catch (Exception e) {
      // on any error, display the stack trace.
      e.printStackTrace();
    }
  }

  /**
   * Stops and releases all resources used in application.
   */
  @Override
  public void stop() {

    if (sceneView != null) {
      sceneView.dispose();
    }
  }

  /**
   * Opens and runs application.
   *
   * @param args arguments passed to this application
   */
  public static void main(String[] args) {

    Application.launch(args);
  }

}

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