- URL:http://<servers-url>/register(POST only)
You can optionally register (or "federate") an ArcGIS Server site with your Portal for ArcGIS deployment. This provides the following benefits:
- The server and the portal share the same user store (that of the portal). This results in a convenient single sign-on experience.
- Any items you publish to the server are automatically shared on the portal.
- You can optionally allow the server to host tiled map services and feature services published by portal users.
After you register a server with your portal, you must invoke the Update Security Configuration operation on the ArcGIS Server site and configure the site's security store to take advantage of users and roles from the portal.
This operation is only applicable to Portal for ArcGIS; it is not supported with ArcGIS Online.
|[Common Parameters]|| |
For a complete listing, see Common parameters.
The fully qualified name of the machine hosting the ArcGIS Server site, followed by the port.
The externally visible URL of the ArcGIS Server site, using the fully qualified name of the machine.
The administrative URL of your ArcGIS Server site, using the fully qualified name of the machine.
A Boolean property denoting whether the ArcGIS Server site will be allowed to host services for the portal (true) or not be allowed to host services (false).
The type of server being registered with the portal. For example: ArcGIS.
A Boolean property indicating whether the registration was successful.
An ID assigned to the server. You need to supply this when you call Update Security Configuration on the server after performing the registration.
A symmetric key used to identify the server. You need to supply this when you call Update Security Configuration on the server after performing the registration.
http://myportal.mydomain.com/arcgis/sharing/rest/portals/0123456789ABCDEF/servers/register name: myserver.mydomain.com:6080 url: http://myserver.mydomain.com/arcgis adminUrl: http://myserver.mydomain.com:6080/arcgis isHosted: true serverType: ArcGIS
JSON Response Syntax
"success": true | false,
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