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/info/iteminfo.xml: Item Info File

  • URL:https://[root]/content/items/[itemID]/info/iteminfo.xml

Example usage

URL for Item Info Card (does not show optional folderName)


An Item Info File, such as the item card, thumbnail, documentation, and so on, can be packaged with the uploaded file.

The content type of the response is derived from the info file's MIME type. If the MIME type can't be derived, the response content type will be set to application/octet-stream. This resource can be accessed by clicking the Item Card (XML) link on the User Item information page.

XML Response syntax

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?> 
<ESRI_ItemInformation Culture="languagecode_countrycode" >
  <title>item title</title> 
  <thumbnail>file name</thumbnail> 
  <licenseinfo>access and use constraints</licenseinfo> 

XML Response example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?> 
<ESRI_ItemInformation Culture="en_us" >
  <title>Highland Earthquake</title> 
  <type>Web Map</type> 
  <typekeyword>Web Map</typekeyword> 
  <typekeyword>Online Map</typekeyword> 
  <typekeyword>ArcGIS Online</typekeyword> 
  <tag>Southern California</tag> 
  <snippet>This web map shows recent earthquakes around Southern California. The web map features 
a live map service from the USGS NHSS displayed over pre-earthquake imagery of the area.</snippet> 
  <description>This web map shows recent earthquakes in Southern California, specifically 
the city of Highland.  The web map presents a live map service from the USGS displayed over pre-earthquake 
imagery of the area.  The live map service shows recent earthquakes of 2.5+ magnitude along with other 
types of natural disasters. The live map service is provided by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Natural 
Hazards Support System (NHSS). The NHSS provides a comprehensive overview of current natural hazard events
and is published by the USGS Rocky Mountain Geographic Science Center (RMGSC) from various data sources.  
Among the layers included in the live map service is recent earthquakes. The Earthquakes layer shows 
global earthquakes with a magnitude greater than 2.5 that have occurred in the past seven days.
Smaller earthquakes are not shown. This feed from the USGS Earthquakes Hazards Program is retrieved by 
NHSS every 10 minutes.</description> 
  <accessinformation>Credits: Imagery Corporation</accessinformation>    
  <licenseinfo><span>Please see:</licenseinfo>