The type of the dataset underlying an ArcGISFeatureLayerInfo. This is used to determine the type of the dataset behind an ArcGISFeatureLayerInfo. Spatial datasets are considered to be layers whereas non-spatial datasets are tables.
An enumeration of the session types that control how multiple users access branch versioned data. Session types—transient and persistent—let you control how multiple viewers and editors access branch versioned feature services. By default, a web map or web scene with branch versioned feature services (a ServiceGeodatabase version) loads as a FeatureServiceSessionType.Transient type; you can change this type to FeatureServiceSessionType.Persistent at the map or scene level when you load the map or scene.
Metadata about a Layer or Sublayers support for time. It contains various information needed to be able to perform time based queries such as the time fields, the native time reference and the time extent.
An object that represents information about a rendering rule that is predefined on an ArcGIS Image Service. It can be used to construct a RenderingRule. You can get this object from ArcGISImageServiceInfo.renderingRuleInfos. You can also create an instance of this class simply with the name of a service-defined rendering rule.
Represents metadata about a service's support for querying features (see FeatureTable.queryFeatures(QueryParameters)) and requesting map images for ArcGISMapImageLayer based on time. It contains various time related information such as the map's time extent and the map's native time reference.
An object that represents version metadata for a version in a branch-versioned feature service. All properties in this object are read-only, and represent the snapshot in time when ServiceGeodatabase.fetchVersions() was called. To add a new version, use the ServiceGeodatabase.createVersion(ServiceVersionParameters) function.
An interface that is implemented by layers that can support time. These layers are known as time-aware layers. Time-aware layers contain spatial datasets that include different information for the same location at different times. If the time-aware layer supports time filtering and is connected to time-enabled data source you can perform time-based operations, such as:
Represents information about the reference units for time values. See LayerTimeInfo.timeReference Includes information about the time zone and if the time respects daylight savings which allows ArcGIS to integrate datasets that were recorded in different time zones.