This is an archive related to a previous version of Esri Maps for MicroStrategy. If you need the current version go to http://doc.arcgis.com/en/maps-for-microstrategy/.
When specifying the user login method on ArcGIS Online, administrators must register the application with the ArcGIS Online platform and include the generated application ID in the Esri Maps configuration settings file. To configure user logins for use with an ArcGIS Online organization, you must first add Esri Maps for MicroStrategy as an application and register it with the organization. This process generates a unique application ID, which identifies Esri Maps for MicroStrategy to your ArcGIS Onlineorganization. You use this application ID to set the arcgisAppId property in the Esri Maps for MicroStrategy configuration settings file. For more information, see Add items in the ArcGIS online help.
The following procedures should be performed by an administrator or publisher in the ArcGIS Online organization.
The Add Item window appears.
For example: http://<myHostName.com>/MicroStrategy
Your application is now added to ArcGIS Online. It appears on My Content, and you can edit item details and share the application.
To generate a unique ID for your application, you must now register it with your ArcGIS Online organization.
Redirect URIs are valid base URIs—addresses to which Esri Maps for MicroStrategy users are redirected after they successfully log in. In most organizations, your business intelligence platform can accessed in many ways, for example, using fully qualified domain names, IP addresses, and development/test/production environments. Be sure to list all possible redirect URIs.
The following is a sample list of base URIs:
When your application is successfully registered, it is assigned a unique app ID.
For details, see Configure login settings.
arcgisUrl: "[URL to your ArcGIS organization]"
For example: "https://myorganization.argis.com"
arcgisAppId: "[app ID generated upon application registration]"
For example: "nvgHDDFXzMRWmKfY"