Local Server enables you to run offline geoprocessing tasks to provide advanced spatial analysis and data manipulation in your applications. These tasks work in the same way as geoprocessing tasks running on ArcGIS Enterprise. Running a geoprocessing task on Local Server requires an ArcGIS Pro geoprocessing package (
.gpkx file). These packages can be authored in ArcGIS Pro either using Model Builder or by writing a Python script.
Local Server also allows you to add map image layers or feature layers from content in an ArcGIS Pro map package (
.mpkx file). This capability has been included to support workflows in earlier versions of ArcGIS Runtime. If you are starting a new project and require offline data, see Offline maps, scenes, and data for more information about implementing offline workflows with ArcGIS Runtime.
Local Server is an optional component of ArcGIS Maps SDK for .NET. It is an additional download available only for Windows (64-bit). To develop with Local Server you must install the ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK and add the
Esri.ArcGISRuntime.Local NuGet package to your WPF or WinUI application project. To deploy your application with Local Server capabilities you must configure the ArcGIS Runtime Local Server manifest file which is automatically generated in your application project folder.
IntroductionLearn about Local Server.
Install and set upInstall and setup the Local Server SDK.
Create geoprocessing and map packagesCreate .gpkx and .mpkx files for use with Local Server.
Use Local ServerLearn how to use Local Server services.
Supported geoprocessing toolsCheck the tools you need are supported.