You are sharing a Map Image layer with an associated Feature layer as a web layer or within a web map. Your map or selected layers contains layers or standalone tables that reference different enterprise geodatabases or databases, and at least one of the geodatabases or databases referenced in the data frame is registered with the federated server.
You may encounter this analyzer even though the source enterprise geodatabase or enterprise database has already been registered with the federated server. The reason for this is that the connection properties (user name, password, version, and so on) used by a layer or standalone table referencing the source enterprise geodatabase or enterprise database do not match the connection properties of the enterprise geodatabase or enterprise database registered with the federated server. In this case, you not only register an enterprise geodatabase or enterprise database, you also register the connection to the geodatabase or database. Registration is required for each separate connection.
For example, you have an enterprise geodatabase named DB1 that has two versions: default and v1. You only registered the connection to DB1 using the default version. If you attempt to publish a map containing layers or standalone tables pointing to the v1 version, and you have not registered this connection to DB1, you will encounter this analyzer. This would also occur if you have connections to the geodatabase using different user names.
Copy or move all the datasets you want to make available in the service into one of the enterprise geodatabases or enterprise databases registered on the federated server.
- Once you have all your data in a single enterprise geodatabase or enterprise database, set the data source for the layers so that they all point to this geodatabase or database using the same database connection.
- If you are sharing a web map, split the sublayers of the map image layer so that only one source is used in each map image layer. For more information, see Configure a web map.
Web feature layers associated with a map image layer require that all layers and stand-alone tables in the service reference an enterprise geodatabase or a standard enterprise database using a single connection. The enterprise geodatabase or standard enterprise database must be registered with the federated server.