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    Dylan Conrad
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    Default Serving Orthorectified Mosaic Imagery

    Hello,

    I am trying to serve NITF imagery and have it Orthorectified on the fly using a mosaic dataset of DT2 DEM files. I have successfully created an orthorectified mosaic dataset with NITF (WV1) images. But, once I publish my mosaic data to ArcGIS Server, the resulting service is no longer orthorectified! What am i missing!? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Serving Orthorectified Mosaic Imagery

    When you are adding the NITF rasters are you specifying the DTMs in the properties of the Raster Type? Or applying the geometric function?
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    Dylan Conrad
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    Default Re: Serving Orthorectified Mosaic Imagery

    Thanks for the responce. I orthrorectify by specifying the DEM in the raster type property. I found the solution for my problem. My DEM files are located on a different server and i did not use UNC paths to connect to this data. the images were orthorectified fine until published to a service. to fix the problem i created a connection to the other server using the UNC path name. Problem Solved!

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