|FRAMES | NO FRAMES||Description | Parameters | Examples|
||Parent Resource||Map Service|
The KML Image resource represents a KML Region or ground overlay document wrapped in a KMZ file.KML Regions are returned for map services that are cached and use one of the following supported coordinate systems:
Ground overlays are created for map services that are not cached or are not in a coordinate system supported for KML Regions.
For more information about kml as an output option, see KML support.
The following parameters are valid only for ground overlays. They are not valid for KML Regions.
|dpi||Description: The device resolution
of the exported image (dots per inch). If the
|format||Description: The format of the
exported image. The default format is png.
Values: png | png8 | png24 | jpg | pdf | bmp | gif | svg
|layerDefs||Description: Allows you to filter the features of individual layers in the exported map by specifying definition expressions for those layers.
|layers||Description: Determines which
layers appear on the exported map. There are four ways to specify
which layers are shown:
Syntax: [show | hide | include | exclude]:layerId1,layerId2
Example 1: Request a map service that is cached and in a supported projection. In this example, the document is returned as a KML Region.http://sampleserver1.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/Portland/ESRI_LandBase_WebMercator/MapServer/kml/mapImage.kmz
The above URL would be the same for a map service that is not cached or uses an unsupported projection. The difference is that the returned KML document would include a ground overlay.http://sampleserver1.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/Specialty/ESRI_StatesCitiesRivers_USA/MapServer/kml/mapImage.kmz