To create and share VertiGIS Inline views, you require an ArcGIS identity—either in ArcGIS Online (AGOL) or your enterprise Portal for ArcGIS. If Portal for ArcGIS is used, administrator privileges are required.
Inline Designer runs in the user's browser using an ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS identity and supports the following browsers:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Edge (Edge Legacy is not supported)
Inline Designer requires a 64-bit browser.
Inline views run in host web map applications.
For optimal performance, we recommend that users access Inline on devices with a minimum resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels.
To run views using VertiGIS Studio Web, the browser should meet the requirements for VertiGIS Studio Web 5.0 and later.
Inline works with Portal for ArcGIS 10.5.1+.
If Portal for ArcGIS is secured using Windows Integrated Security and anonymous access to the Portal is disabled in IIS, you must install the Web Adaptor Extensions to allow VertiGIS Inline to communicate with Portal for ArcGIS.
Inline does not expose any ports, so you do not need to adjust your firewall settings. Inline (including the Designer) relies on the ports that IIS uses (ports 80 and 443 by default).
Inline is licensed software. If you do not have a valid license, your views will show a licensing message when they run.
Licensing is based on the number of ArcGIS identities (named users for ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS) that your organization has.
To obtain a license, contact Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inline is designed to consume and display content from a variety of Esri software; the Esri licenses required to author and publish content are available from your Esri distributor.
Inline uses the modern ArcGIS pattern and ArcGIS Identities to author and access applications. You must have at least a Creator user type (formerly, a Level 2 user) or a GIS Professional user type to create content in Inline. An Esri portal (ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS Enterprise) and the ArcGIS Identities themselves are also available from your Esri distributor.
By default, ArcGIS portals (including ArcGIS Online) allow cross-domain requests using Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS).
If your portal has the default Organization | Settings | Security | Allow Origins settings, you do not need to do anything.
However, if you have modified the Organization | Settings | Security | Allow Origins settings from the defaults, you must configure those settings and add the Inline Designer as an allowed origin.
For details, see Restrict cross-domain requests to your portal.