a) Publish to an ArcGIS Enterprise Portal

This chapter describes the publishing process (sharing) against a Portal for ArcGIS in ArcGIS Pro.


Directly on the GIS server (where VertiGIS Printing is published) no ArcGIS Pro installation is mandatory. The administration of layouts and publishing of Web Tools can be done from an administration computer.


If you want so publish against a ArcGIS Server Standalone please see chapter b) Publishing against an ArcGIS Server Standalone for further instructions.


The first task VertiGIS Print Task is published in ArcGIS Pro via ribbon Share and Web Tool > Share Web Tool.



Alternatively, the first task VertiGIS Print Task can also be published with Share as Web Tool by right clicking on the result.



Please enter the following name for the geoprocessing service: VertiGISPrinting_Tools.

The other two tasks Get Layout Templates Info Task and GetIndexInfo are NOT published separately - but instead added as content when publishing the first Tasks! (see illustration - Tab Content).


Please note the following settings:

ALL mandatory fields assigned (also all description fields).

Activate Reference registered data

For the ArcGIS Enterprise Connection, also select the VertiGIS_Utilities subfolder.

Under the tab Configuration you can set the asynchronous (recommended) or synchronous execution of the tool. The Message Level can be set from ERROR to INFO for the purpose of error analysis if necessary.

Under the tab Content all three tasks have to be added!




Tab Content

Tab Content


The descriptions can be entered for each task via the editing pen (tool properties). The pen should also be used in case pre-filled information needs to be rewritten.






Then click on Analyze. Correct any errors that may have occurred or complete the tool descriptions. Then click on Publish.


After successful publishing, the structure of the GP service VertiGISPrinting_Tools together with the GP tasks should look as follows:




The installation and setup of the GP service is completed. Continue with the chapter Configuration as a Tool in WebOffice.