System requirements for 100.15

The system requirements are the same for developing apps whether you're using the C++ API or the QML API. See the sections below for the requirements for your development machine and target platform.

System requirements for recent previous releases are linked to from the bottom of this page. For older system requirements, see past guide versions in PDF format on the downloads page (requires sign-in).

Developing apps on Linux

Using Linux as your development environment, you can develop apps for Linux and Android. See Deploying apps to Android for a list of additional software needed for Android app development.

LinuxVersionNotes
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server (64-bit)Minimum version is 7.6GCC 5.3.1 is the minimum version compiler. 100.15 is the last release to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7). A minimum of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL8) will be required in a future release.
Ubuntu (64-bit)18.04 LTS100.15 is the last release to support 18.04
Ubuntu (64-bit)20.04 LTS
Ubuntu (64-bit)22.04 LTS
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (64-bit)Minimum version is 15 LTS
SoftwareVersionsNotes
Qt Framework for Linux5.15.2 or higherQt 6 is not currently supported.
Qt Creator4.12.1 or higherQt Creator is the recommended IDE.
OpenGLSee Video graphics adapter (below)Using Mesa software rendering is not supported with ArcGIS Runtime for Qt.
HardwareMinimumNotes
CPU Typex86 familyHyper-threading (HHT) or Multi-core recommended.
Video graphics adapterOpenGL 2.1 for 2D map views, 3.2 for 3D scene views Shader Model 1.2Hardware video adapter is required. Be sure to use the latest available driver.

Notes

An operating system can only be supported if it is also supported by the Qt Framework from The Qt Company. It is recommended to use the latest supported version of the operating system. Learn more about Qt licensing terms and conditions at The Qt Company.

ArcGIS Runtime SDK and its deployments are only supported on CPUs that adhere to the x86 architecture.

The operating system binary must not be modified. Esri does not provide support if products are installed on the developer's release of an operating system.

Linux patches from Ubuntu will be supported as long as the patches are from Ubuntu without any modification to the latest kernel/glibc version.

Developing apps on macOS

Using macOS as your development environment, you can develop apps for macOS, iOS, and Android. See Deploying apps to Android and Deploying apps to iOS for a list of additional software needed for Android and iOS app development.

Supported operating systems:

  • macOS Monterey 12.0
  • macOS Big Sur 11.0
SoftwareVersionsNotes
Qt Framework for macOS (OS X)5.15.2 or higherQt 6 is not currently supported.
Qt Creator4.12.1 or higherQt Creator is the recommended IDE.
Xcode12.0 or higherIncluding Xcode Command Line Tools.
OpenGL4.1

Notes

An operating system can only be supported if it is also supported by the Qt Framework from The Qt Company. It is recommended to use the latest supported version of the operating system. Learn more about Qt licensing terms and conditions at The Qt Company.

ArcGIS Runtime currently supports targeting Intel chipsets.

Developing apps on Windows

Using Windows as your development environment, you can develop apps for Windows and Android. See Deploying apps to Android for a list of additional software needed for Android app development.

Supported operating systems:

  • Windows 11 version 21H2 (build 22000) or higher
  • Windows 10 version 20H2 (build 19042) or higher
  • Windows 8.1 Update KB2919355 or higher
  • Windows Server 2022 Standard and Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2019 Standard and Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2016 Standard and Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard and Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2012 Standard and Datacenter
SoftwareVersionsNotes
Qt Framework for Windows5.15.2 or higher, MSVC2019 (64-bit)Qt 6 is not currently supported.
Qt Creator4.12.1 or higherQt Creator is the recommended IDE.
OpenGLSee Video graphics adapter (below)
Microsoft Visual Studio C++ compiler16.1.6Deployed apps must deploy all Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 DLLs required to run.
Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 - 2022 Redistributable (x64)14.32.31326 or higher
HardwareMinimumNotes
CPU Typex86 familyHyper-threading (HHT) or Multi-core recommended.
Video graphics adapterOpenGL 2.1 for 2D map views, 3.2 for 3D scene views Shader Model 1.2Be sure to use the latest available driver.

Notes

An operating system can only be supported if it is also supported by the Qt Framework from The Qt Company. It is recommended to use the latest supported version of the operating system. Learn more about Qt licensing terms and conditions at The Qt Company.

Deploying your apps

Deploying apps to Android

Supported operating systems:

  • Android 12 (API level 31)
  • Android 11 (API level 30)
  • Android 10 (API level 29)
  • Android 9, Pie (API level 28)
  • Android 8.1, Oreo (API level 27)
  • Android 8.0, Oreo (API level 26)
  • Android 7.1, Nougat (API level 25)
  • Android 7.0, Nougat (API level 24)
  • Android 6.0, Marshmallow (API level 23)
SoftwareMinimum versionsNotes
Qt Framework for Android5.15.2 or higher5.15 introduces a single kit containing all architectures. Qt 6 is not currently supported.
Qt Creator4.12.1Qt Creator is the recommended IDE.
Android SDK Toolsandroid-23
Android SDK Build ToolsRev 29.0.2
NDKMinimum version 21b
Java Development Kit (JDK)8.x

Notes

Android armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a, and x86 architectures are supported.

An operating system can only be supported if it is also supported by the Qt Framework from The Qt Company. It is recommended to use the latest supported version of the operating system. Learn more about Qt licensing terms and conditions at The Qt Company.

Deploying apps to iOS

Supported operating systems:

  • iOS/iPadOS 15
  • iOS/iPadOS 14
SoftwareVersionsNotes
Qt Framework for iOS5.15.2 or higherQt 6 is not currently supported.
Qt Creator4.12.1 or higherQt Creator is the recommended IDE.
Xcode12.0 or higherIncluding Xcode Command Line Tools.

Notes

An operating system can only be supported if it is also supported by the Qt Framework from The Qt Company. It is recommended to use the latest supported version of the operating system. Learn more about Qt licensing terms and conditions at The Qt Company.

OpenSSL

Because ArcGIS Runtime SDK makes network requests over https, your app requires OpenSSL to access all services with Windows, Linux, and Android. macOS and iOS make use of secure transport which should already be available on those platforms. OpenSSL is not delivered with the Qt Framework. For more information, see the Qt documentation about adding SSL support to your Qt application and the Qt SSL Classes and Qt 5.12.4 Released with support for OpenSSL 1.1.1. Verify that the version of OpenSSL you deploy is supported by your Qt version.

You can obtain OpenSSL from http://www.openssl.org/, or from https://github.com/openssl/openssl: different branches in the GitHub repository correspond to different versions of OpenSSL. Make sure that the OpenSSL libraries are available in the Qt environment when building Qt (that is, the paths to the OpenSSL include and lib folders). The exact setup required will depend on your system configuration but may include the general guidance below:

  • On Windows, you may need to copy libcrypto-1_1-x64.dll and libssl-1_1-x64.dll to the bin folder of your Qt kit.

  • For Android, refer to documentation from The Qt company on Adding Open SSL.

  • On Linux, you may need to copy libcrypto.so and libssl.so to the bin folder of your Qt kit. Alternatively, set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to a folder that contains the needed libraries.

ArcGIS software and connected services

Use this table to determine the lowest Version of the ArcGIS software that supports a specific ArcGIS Runtime function.

ArcGIS SoftwareVersionFunctionality supported by ArcGIS Runtime
ArcGIS Enterprise11
  • Utility Network version 6
ArcGIS Enterprise10.9
  • Honor scale expression in a dictionary renderer
  • Take a dictionary web style (referenced in a web map) offline
  • Read a dictionary renderer from a web map
  • Subtype group layers
  • Utility Network version 5
  • Take utility networks offline
  • Named trace configurations
  • Display filters
ArcGIS Enterprise10.8.1
  • Read CIM symbols from a web map
  • Nonspatial association queries
  • Utility Network version 4
  • Aggregated geometry trace result
  • Filter barriers
  • Read and write utility networks from and to webmap
ArcGIS Enterprise10.8
  • Standard and advanced Named User licensing
  • Web styles
ArcGIS Enterprise10.7.1
  • Scheduled updates to the feature services involved in the preplanned workflow (offline maps)
ArcGIS Enterprise10.7
  • Annotation layers
  • Feature linked annotation
  • Utility Network version 3
ArcGIS Enterprise10.6.1
  • Offline maps created using the preplanned workflow
  • Feature tiles
  • Branch versioning
  • Support for attribute rules
  • Arcade console function support
  • Prevent subnetwork controller deletion
ArcGIS Enterprise10.6
  • Utility Network traces
  • Session management for branch versioned feature services
  • Branch versioned utility network
  • Element and spatial association queries
  • Honor association deletion semantics when editing
  • Honor server logic for feature service client edits
ArcGIS Enterprise10.5
  • Opt in to request curves from feature services
ArcGIS Enterprise10.4
  • Web maps and scenes
  • Feature services
  • Tiled services
  • Offline maps created using the on-demand workflow
  • Advanced parameters for the on-demand workflow (offline maps)
ArcGIS Pro3.0
  • Utility Network version 6
  • Publish mobile map packages that specify labels on left or right of a line geometry
  • WiFi based indoor positioning on Android devices
ArcGIS Pro2.9
  • Floor aware maps/scenes in mobile map/scene packages
  • Updated military dictionary styles with ORDERED ANCHOR POINTS support
  • Publish mobile map packages with scale-based and alternate symbols on a feature layer with a unique value or class breaks renderer
  • Display filters
ArcGIS Pro2.8
  • Floor aware web maps and web scenes
  • Read and write display filters from and to webmap
ArcGIS Pro2.7
  • Honor scale expression in a dictionary renderer
  • Take a dictionary web style (referenced in a web map) offline
  • Read CIM symbols from a web map
  • Read a dictionary renderer from a web map
  • Utility Network version 5
  • Take utility networks offline
  • Named trace configurations
ArcGIS Pro2.6
  • Online services (for layers and tables) in mobile map and scene packages
  • Publishing web styles
  • Dictionary web styles in mobile map packages
  • Subtype group layers
  • Utility Network version 4
  • Read and write utility networks from and to webmap
  • Nonspatial association queries
  • Filter barriers
ArcGIS Pro2.5
  • Elevation sources can use raster files in a mobile scene package
  • Transportation networks in a mobile scene package
  • Vector tile packages with custom styles in mobile map packages
ArcGIS Pro2.4
  • Expiration of mobile map and scene packages (requires the Publisher Extension)
  • Utility Network version 3
ArcMap10.5
  • Create Runtime Content

Local Server version compatibility with ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro

Local Server is supported with the C++ API on Windows and Linux. Local Server is not supported on Android, iOS, or macOS. Local Server cannot be used with the QML API.

ArcGIS Runtime Local Server versionArcGIS Pro versionArcGIS Desktop version
100.152.9Not supported
100.142.9Not supported
100.122.8Not supported
100.102.7Not supported
100.92.610.8
100.82.510.8
100.62.410.7
100.5Not supported10.7
100.3Not supported10.6

Versions of supported specifications

Standards supported in this release include the following:

  • Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards:
    • Web Map Service (WMS) versions 1.1.0, 1.1.1, and 1.3.0
    • Web Map Tiled Service (WMTS) version 1.0.0
    • Web Feature Service (WFS) versions 2.0.0 and 2.0.2
    • API Features Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3
    • GeoPackage versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2
    • KML 2.2
  • Military symbology standards:
    • NATO APP-6(B) and APP-6(D)
    • United States MIL-STD-2525B (change 2), MIL-STD-2525C, and MIL-STD-2525D
  • International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) standards:
    • S-52 (Specifications for Chart Content and Display Aspects of ECDIS)
    • S-57 (Transfer Standard for Digital Hydrographic Data)
Indexed 3D Scene Layer (I3S)Esri I3S versionsOGC I3S versions
3D Object Scene Layer1.6, 1.7, 1.81.0, 1.1, 1.2
Integrated Mesh Scene Layer1.6, 1.7, 1.81.0, 1.1, 1.2
Point Cloud Scene Layer1.6, 2.01.1, 1.2
Point Scene Layer1.61.0
Building Scene LayerNot supportedNot supported
Voxel Scene LayerNot supportedNot supported

On-premises virtualization

On-premises virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)

VDI Requirements

On-premises virtual desktop infrastructureHypervisorNotes
VMware vSphere 6.7VMware ESXi 6.7Use VMware Horizon View 7.0.3 and later only. Use the latest VMware and NVIDIA drivers. See the VMware and NVIDIA GRID websites for the most current driver versions.
VMware vSphere 6.5VMware ESXi 6.5
Citrix Virtual Apps* and Desktops 7 1912 LTSRVMware ESXi 6.7*Deployment via Citrix Virtual Apps is not supported. Use the latest Citrix and NVIDIA drivers. See the Citrix and NVIDIA GRID websites for the most current driver versions.
Citrix XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR CU5VMware ESXi 6.7

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