ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Pro can be used together for sharing maps, layers, and packages.
- You can add data from ArcGIS Enterprise to ArcGIS Pro.
- You can publish hosted feature or tile layers, web maps, web scenes, and scene layers to ArcGIS Enterprise from ArcGIS Pro.
- You can publish a service from ArcGIS Pro to a federated ArcGIS Server site to share it automatically to your portal.
Use ArcGIS Pro with your portal
Once you sign in to the active portal, you can share the following with it:
Add your portal to ArcGIS Pro and make it active
ArcGIS Pro connects to ArcGIS Online by default. To connect to your ArcGIS Enterprise organization, add the portal's URL.
- Click the Project tab and click Portals.
You can also access the Project tab from the Manage Portals link on the log-in menu.
- Click Add Portal.
- Enter the portal URL on the Add Portal dialog box and click OK.
The URL's format is https://webadapter.domain.com/arcgis.
If your portal uses public key infrastructure (PKI)-based client certificate authentication, a prompt appears.
- Do one of the following:
- Choose a certificate when prompted and click OK.
- Enter your four-digit PIN when prompted and click OK.
- To make the new portal connection the active portal, right-click the URL and click Set As Active Portal.
Sign in to your portal
If your portal uses built-in accounts, sign in to your portal. If you use Integrated Windows Authorization (IWA), you are signed in automatically. If you use client certificate authentication, you are already signed in because you specified your certificate and PIN when adding the portal to ArcGIS Pro.
- Right-click the active portal's URL and click Sign in.
- Type your portal username and password, and click Sign In.
You can share basemap, layer, map, and project packages from ArcGIS Pro with your portal so others can download and use them. See Introduction to sharing packages in the ArcGIS Pro help for more information.
Share web maps and scenes
You can create maps and scenes in your project in ArcGIS Pro to convey information, tell a story, or answer questions. You can share these maps and scenes with your portal so that others may download them. When you share maps and scenes, the layers they contain also publish to your portal.
To share a map, add layers to a map in ArcGIS Pro and click Share As Web Map on the Share tab to get started.
To share a scene, add multipatch layers to a scene in ArcGIS Pro, as well as other reference layers, and click Share As Web Scene on the Share tab to get started.
Your portal must have a hosting server for you to share web maps, scenes, and the layers they contain from ArcGIS Pro. Your portal must have, at a minimum, a tile cache data store (installed and created through ArcGIS Data Store) registered with the hosting server to share scenes and multipatch data they contain. See Share a web scene in the ArcGIS Pro help for complete instructions.
Share tile or feature layers
You can publish feature or tile layers from ArcGIS Pro to your portal. Add layers to a map in a project and click Share As Web Layer on the Share tab to get started.
Your portal must have a hosting server for you to share tile and feature layers from ArcGIS Pro. See Introduction to sharing web layers in the ArcGIS Pro help for complete instructions.
If you want to publish all the layers in your map at once, you can share a web map, as mentioned in the previous section.
Share scene layers
If your portal's hosting server is configured with a tile cache and relational data store, you can publish scene layers from ArcGIS Pro (1.1 or later release) to your portal. Add multipatch layers to a scene in ArcGIS Pro, right-click the layer in the Contents pane, and click Share As Web Layer to get started.
See Share a web scene layer in the ArcGIS Pro help for complete instructions.