Configure Secured Content
Secure data is an important part of building a web application. If you need to use secured content for your app, particularly if that secured content comes from multiple portals, web maps, or layers, you need to set up access to that secured content.
VertiGIS Studio Web (Web) uses Esri Identities and an Esri portal - either ArcGIS Online or on-premises Portal for ArcGIS - to control access to data that needs to be secured. Esri's portal-to-portal sharing options ensure that you can reference or copy data between portals to ensure that users can access content on different portals.
Web also supports access options such as:
- Token-based server-secured services, for example, published directly in ArcGIS Server 10.1 – 10.4.
- HTTP AUTH server-secured services, for example, published directly in ArcGIS Server 10.1 – 10.4.
- Non-Esri server-secured secured services, for example, an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) secured web map service.
If you include multiple secured layers on multiple servers, end users will have to go through multiple logins.
We strongly recommend that you use Esri's portal-to-portal access features. It is important to ensure that the Esri identity that is logged into the Esri portal where your Web application is located, has the level of access it needs.