Adds raster datasets to a MosaicDatasetRaster by setting various parameters. Mosaic datasets (via the MosaicDatasetRaster class) are used to manage, display, serve, and share raster data. When you create a new mosaic dataset, it is created as an empty container in a geodatabase to which you can add raster data. The AddRastersParameters object provides the mechanism to set various properties, so that a raster can be added to a mosaic dataset via the MosaicDatasetRaster.addRasters(AddRastersParameters) method.
Adds raster datasets to a MosaicDatasetRaster by setting various parameters including the use of frame and camera text files. Mosaic datasets (via the MosaicDatasetRaster class) are used to manage, display, serve, and share raster data. When you create a new mosaic dataset, it is created as an empty container in a geodatabase to which you can add raster data. The FrameCameraAddRastersParameters object provides the mechanism to set various properties including the use of camera and frame text files so that a raster can be added to a mosaic dataset via the MosaicDatasetRaster.addRasters(AddRastersParameters) method.
The GeoPackage raster object which is derived from a raster object. A GeoPackageRaster represents GeoPackage images of types PNG or JPEG. Note that a GeoPackage can store multiple raster and tile pyramid datasets in different tables or views in the same container.
An instance of this class represents a raster that is retrieved from an ArcGIS image service. An image service provides access to raster data through a web service. A single raster dataset or a mosaic dataset which contains a collection of raster datasets can be served as one image service. The mosaic dataset can dynamically process and mosaic the images on the fly. An image service supports accessing both the mosaicked image and its catalog, as well as individual rasters in the catalog. An image service raster allows you to display raster data from image services using a RasterLayer. It also allows you to apply service-defined or client-defined rendering rules by setting RenderingRule on it. You can pass an image service raster as a raster input to a RasterFunction to work with local raster functions.
The mosaic dataset object which is derived from a raster object.
The mosaic method is used to determine how multiple rasters in a MosaicDataset will be sorted. An ImageServiceRaster may not support every mosaic method. Check the service's metadata for "Allowed Mosaic Methods" to see which methods are supported. MosaicMethod's that are "view-dependent" order rasters based off where the camera is located while "view-independent" order rasters the same regardless of where the camera is located.
The mosaic operator is used to define how overlapping cells from various rasters in a mosaic dataset will be resolved in the mosaicked image.
A rule determining how a requested image should participate in the mosaic An image service uses a mosaic rule to mosaic multiple rasters on-the-fly. A mosaic rule parameter is used by many image service operations, such as export image and identify operations.
An instance of this class represents the rule for how the requested image should be rendered or processed. A rendering rule defines the processing that is to be done to the ArcGIS image service. An instance of this class can be created from a RenderingRuleInfo or a JSON string that specifies a service-defined or client-defined rendering rule. See the following document for a list of functions and the syntax for rendering rules: https://developers.arcgis.com/documentation/common-data-types/raster-function-objects.htm.