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Delete ArcGIS services on ArcGIS Server

To update to Data Appliance 6.4 for ArcGIS data collections, ArcGIS services that utilize the Data Appliance 6.3 services must be deleted from ArcGIS Server before you disconnect Data Appliance 6.3.

Note:

When you delete a service from ArcGIS Server, any client application using the service will no longer be able to access it.

For more information on deleting ArcGIS services, see Delete a service in the ArcGIS Server 10.5 help under Publish Services > How to publish services > Working with services. For ArcGIS Server 10.4, see Deleting a service in the ArcGIS Server 10.4.1 help under Publish Services > How to publish services > Working with services. For ArcGIS Server 10.3, see Deleting a service in the ArcGIS Server 10.3.1 help under Publish Services > How to publish services > Working with services.

  1. Log in to ArcGIS Server using the Data Appliance for ArcGIS data account with administrator privileges.
  2. Start ArcGIS Server Manager and log in using your ArcGIS Server account.
  3. Click Services > Manage Services.
  4. Check each service to select the services to stop.
  5. Locate the service in the Services module and click Delete. The service is deleted from your server.

    Data Appliance 6.3 services

    Services

    Elevation

    ElevationSync

    NatGeo_World_Map

    Terrain

    Terrain3D

    USA_Topo_Maps

    World_Boundaries_and_Places

    World_Boundaries_and_Places_Alternate

    World_Dark_Gray_Base

    World_Dark_Gray_Reference

    World_Imagery

    World_Light_Gray_Base

    World_Light_Gray_Reference

    World_Ocean_Base

    World_Ocean_Reference

    World_Physical_Map

    World_Shaded_Relief *

    World_Street_Map

    World_Topo_Map

    World_Transportation

    *This service is not available on ArcGIS Server. This service was in mature support in the Data Appliance 6.3 for ArcGIS release. See ArcGIS Product Lifecycle Support Policy for more information on mature support.

Note:

After all the services are deleted, reboot the machine where ArcGIS Server is installed.

Now you can disconnect the earlier Data Appliance and connect the new appliance. For details on how to proceed with this process, see the quick-start guide customized for your configuration included in the box with Data Appliance for ArcGIS. You can also view the Quick Start Guides online.