00407: Catalog layers cannot be published as a cached map image layer

You are sharing a map with catalog layers as a web map using the Reference registered data: Visualization configuration option. Since catalog layers contain data references that can be visualized, filtered, and queried dynamically, they cannot be published as cached map image layers which draw from static tiles.


Do one of the following:

  • Change the web map configuration option.

    Hover over the analyzer message. Click the Options button Options that appears and click Change Configuration. Under Select a Configuration, choose a configuration option that supports publishing the catalog layers:

    • If your catalog layers reference portal items, choose Reference registered data: Editable, Copy all data: Exploratory, or Copy all data: Editable.
    • If your catalog layers reference local items, choose Reference registered data: Exploratory.

    If your map contains a catalog layer with references to both portal and local items, you will need to remove records with references to unsupported items. For more information, see analyzer error 00397.

    Alternatively, your map may contain multiple catalog layers—some referencing portal items and others referencing local items. In this case, share the catalog layers as separate web layers. See the solution below for more information.

  • Share the catalog layers separately as a web layer.

    Right-click the layer, point to Sharing, click Share As Web Layer Publish Web Layer, and share a web feature layer or map image layer. Once shared, add the web layer to the map and share the web map.

Additional information

For more information, see Share a web map and Analyze your GIS resource.