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Use the following URL to download entity data from a published data source.

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You can also use the Bing Maps Account Center to download a data source. For more information, see Creating and Managing Data Sources in the Bing Maps Account Center Help.

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Supported HTTP Methods


URL template


This template supports both HTTP and HTTPS protocols. URLs in the response use HTTPS protocol.

Download data source entity data.

This URL creates a DataSourceDownload job that downloads entity data and the data schema for a data source. You can download the published data source or up to two (2) prior versions or a staged version by specifying a data source job ID.

After you create a download job, use the status URL provided in the response to check status. For more information about the status URL, see the Examples section and Get Download Data Source Job Status.

For a step-by-step description of how use the DataSourceDownload Dataflow to download entity data, see Walkthrough.

Template Parameters



Parameter names and values are not case sensitive except for the key parameter value.

accessIdRequired. A unique ID for the data source.A string containing and ID that is part of the URL structure that identifies the data source.
You can retrieve the accessId and dataSourceName values when you get information about all datasources. For more information, see Get Data Source Information.
Example: a92dcfac8a0894bc4921ad5c74022623.
dataSourceNameRequired The name of the data source that you want to search.A string that identifies the data source. The name is part of the URL structure that identifies the data source.
You can retrieve the accessId and dataSourceName values when you get information about all datasources. For more information, see Get Data Source Information.
Example: MyDataSourceName
jobIdOptional The job ID that specifies the data source version to download.A GUID that identifies the version of the data source to download. The published version is downloaded by default. Up to two (2) previous versions and one (1) staged version of a data source may be available for download. To see the job IDs of all versions of a data source, query for information about that data source with showAllVersions set to true. For more information, see Get Data Source Information.
outputoOptional. The output format for the response.One of the following values:
- json [default]
- xml
Example: o=xml
keyRequired. The master key for the data source.The Bing Maps Key that was specified as the master key when the data source was created.
Example: key=abc123def456ghi789abc123def456ghi789


This URL supports the following response formats.

  • JSON: application/json

  • XML: application/xml

For information about the response, see Response Data.


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EXAMPLE: Create a job to download entity data from a data source.

The following request example shows how to request a data source download job. The key parameter must be set to the data source master key.


The response specifies a status URL that you can use to monitor the download job status. This status URL is highlighted in the response examples below. See Get Download Data Source Job Status to learn how to use the status URL to determine when the download job is complete.

XML Response

This URL will return a response similar to the following example.

JSON Response

If o=xml was not specified in the response, a JSON response similar to the following example is returned.

HTTP Status Codes


For more details about these HTTP status codes, see Status Codes and Error Handling.

When the request is successful, the following HTTP status code is returned.

  • 202

When the request is not successful, the response returns one of the following errors.

  • 400

  • 401

    This error code can occur in any of the following conditions:

    • The key parameter is not specified.

    • The specified key value is not a valid Bing Maps Key.

    • The specified key is not the master key for the data source.

  • 404

    • This error code can occur when the data source does not exist.
  • 500

  • 503

The popular Bing Maps (formally Microsoft Virtual Earth) web services can be used in all ArcGIS products. Like other web services you can use in ArcGIS, there is no data to store or manage locally. Instead, your map or globe accesses the Bing Maps server directly.

The Bing Maps services include the following:

  • Bing Maps Aerial
  • Bing Maps Hybrid
  • Bing Maps Road

You need to obtain a license key directly from Microsoft to use any of the basemaps in the Bing Maps collection. If an administrator registers a Bing Maps key with an ArcGIS Online for organizations account, any user in the organization can access Bing Maps when signed in. You can enter the key through the Set Bing Key application (SetBingKey.exe), which you can access in the bin folder in the location where you installed ArcGIS.

As a replacement, consider using the ArcGIS World Imagery basemap. It provides one meter or better satellite and aerial imagery in many parts of the world and lower resolution satellite imagery worldwide.

Adding Bing Maps

To add the Bing Maps services into your current ArcMap map document, click File > Add Data > Add data from ArcGIS Online, search for BING, then double-click the service you want to add. The service will be added to your map inside a basemap layer to provide you with the best performance.

Each of the Bing Maps services uses a projected coordinate system called Mercator Auxiliary Sphere, which uses GCS_WGS_1984 as its geographic coordinate system. The Bing Maps web service projects on the fly and can be transformed to match your data precisely in the usual way like any other data source.

Bing Maps source information is available to you so that you can display it in your printed or exported map. When you work with the Bing Maps in data view you will see an icon located in the lower right corner of the data frame.

Clicking this icon opens a separate window that lists source information for all service layers, including Bing Maps, currently turned on in your data frame.

Once you export the data frame, or switch to layout view, the icon is replaced with the realized text of the service layer attributions. You cannot move or change this text. However, you have the option of replacing this text with the Service Layer Creditsdynamic text element. This is available from the main menu at Insert > Dynamic Text. When you initiate this dynamic text element the realized text in the data frame will no longer display. You can work with the Service Layer Credits dynamic text element in the same way you can work with other dynamic text elements and position, resize, and change the text symbol as you see fit.

When working with Bing Maps, you'll see the Bing logo in the lower left corner of the map. The logo is a permanent part of the Bing Maps image. You cannot remove it.

If you open a map, globe, or layer file containing Bing Maps when you are not connected to the Internet, or if Bing Maps is not accessible for any reason, you'll get a message that the service cannot be accessed. If the login dialog box appears at this point, click Cancel. The map, globe, or layer file will open, but the Bing Maps layers will be broken (shown in the table of contents with a red exclamation point) indicating that the server can't be accessed. You can't repair a Bing Maps layer by clicking the red exclamation point. You can still work with the map or globe in the normal way, but to get the broken layers to display, you'll have to close the map or globe, reconnect your machine to the Internet, then reopen the map or globe. When you reopen the map or globe, you'll be prompted to log in again.

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Navigating a map with a Bing Maps layer

Using the Bing Maps services in ArcMap is very similar to using a cached ArcGIS Server map service such as the ArcGIS online map services. These services are all tile based, which means that what you are actually retrieving from the server when you draw the service on a map is one or more image tiles. These services provide tiles at a fixed set of scales. As these tiles have already been created and stored (cached) on the server, the drawing performance of these services is very good. When you use the Bing Maps website, the zoom in/out control lets you view the map at one of those fixed scales. When you use Bing Maps in an application like ArcMap, you are not restricted to working at those fixed scales: you can view the service on your map at any scale, and ArcMap automatically resamples the tiles and assembles them for display in the scale at which you have chosen to work. The resampling algorithm ArcMap uses will give you good-looking results. If you want to see what the display looks like without any resampling, you can right-click one of the Bing Maps layers and choose the Zoom To Nearest Cache Resolution command. This will automatically zoom your map in or out to the fixed scale supported by the Bing Maps service that is nearest to your map's current scale. This can have the effect of sharpening your map display if it looked a little fuzzy due to resampling, in much the same way as the Zoom To Raster Resolution command sharpens your image when working with a raster layer. For more information, see Using cached web map layers.

Managing the Bing Map layer cache

If you look on the Layer Properties dialog box Cache tab, you'll notice that the Keep the cache between sessions option is unavailable. This option is available when you work with most cached ArcGIS Server map services, such as the ArcGIS online map services, but is disabled for Bing Maps. When you open a map that contains Bing Maps, you can be sure that you'll be seeing the most up-to-date content from Microsoft, such as recent additions to the Aerial layer or updates to the Road layer, because the image tiles will be retrieved from the server instead of being read from a local cache of tiles stored on your machine.

Saving a map with a Bing Maps layer to a previous version of ArcGIS

If you create a map containing Bing Maps and use the File > Save a Copy Data command to save a copy of the map so it can be opened in a previous version of ArcGIS, the Bing Maps service layers won't be present in the table of contents of the copy of your map that is saved. Bing Maps service layers are not supported in ArcGIS 9.2 and earlier.

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