04-10-2019 03:25 AM
I am trying add the image from my local drive as well as through localhost, both are valid path and I have added the http and https in IIS sites also but i am unable to load the data, its showing error 500 internal server error.
04-10-2019 04:15 AM
Is the Path being specified UNC specific down to the precise image file?
Here is some information on adding imagery in MAE.
If yes and issue persists please provide screenshots of issue and/or log results. You may also consider opening a support ticket should issue persist.
04-11-2019 03:43 AM
This path you show is not UNC specific. It points to local 'D:' drive. As the documentation states it is required here UNC and it should be checked the permissions on that folder as well if issues remain after specifying the UNC path to the image.
Here is working example of imagery obtained via UNC path. Please note the '\\' defining the UNC path
Last week I faced the same generical error 500 when I tried to add a new raster datasource.
I followed your tips up, changing regular path to UNC path.
I tried also placed the image in directory within MAE server. I used jpeg and tif samples.
In all these cases it gives me "Failed to load resouce: the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error)"
Once it does not process the raster I could not access any log info.
Anyone could give me any clue about this?
MAE 16.6.3 Windows Server 2016 64bits
Hi Frank, thanks.
I changed the permission in the folder as you recommended, and then I could access the directory directly (without using "C$").
Also, I included IIS_IUSRS as read/write permission level user... Everyone also has same permissional level.
I tried to point to a folder and to an exactly raster file, without success...
Once again, I tried both: pointing out the files from client (using network unc path) and from local server (using direct path "C:\\...")
In these all ocasions the error still happening.
POST http://XXX.XX.XX.XXX:8080/api/v1/studio/content/imagery 500 (Internal Server Error)
In Network > Response, there is the message "This request has no response data available".
It is like the folder and data were unreachable.