These setups are now available to under EDN (Esri Developer Network) accounts for users to download.
This comes as part of the recent ArcGIS 10.1 release. The Linux version of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK 1.0 is expected to be available in the next few weeks.
NOTE: These downloads are only available to users via their EDN accounts.
This update contains a minor fix to the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android Eclipse plugin. The 1.1 Eclipse plugin was not honoring our new Classpath Container for ArcGIS for Android projects.
Eclipse classpath containers are an organized, user-friendly way to manage Java build paths in Eclipse. ArcGIS Android project dependencies are a group of java libraries referenced as ArcGIS for Android 1.1.1. The view of the libraries is simplified in the Eclipse Java Perspective as a single entry that can be expanded to view the entire set.
The 1.1.1 SDK plugin has been fixed to ensure the libraries are honoured in new projects and samples. There is no change to the API or the functionality.
Most of us here are relatively familiar with ArcGIS Server for .Net. However, in support our exposure to the Java product is relatively limited, simply because it seems that fewer customers have implemented ArcGIS Server for Java.
In this post, I’ll try to cover a topic that comes up every now and then in support, how to secure both OGC and Esri GIS Service endpoints provided by the same instance of ArcGIS Server. This concept is similar to but implemented differently than the ArcGIS Server for .Net help topic “Multiple ArcGIS Server Web Instances for Security“.