I'm trying to use a web tile service I have hosted in ArcGIS Online as a custom background in OSM editor.

the url to query my tiles is:
https://tiles.arcgis.com/tiles/CnkB6jCzAsyli34z/arcgis/rest/services/AberdeenOrtho/
MapServer/WMTS/tile/1.0.0/AberdeenOrtho/default/default028mm/14/5264/2605.png?

however when i use the tokens:
https://tiles.arcgis.com/tiles/CnkB6jCzAsyli34z/arcgis/rest/services/AberdeenOrtho/
/WMTS/tile/1.0.0/AberdeenOrtho/default/default028mm/{zoom}/{x}/{y}.png?

I get nothing. Projection is WGS84 and tiling scheme is the standard google etc. I have lot's of GIS and esri experience but am relatively new to OSM. Any help would be greatly appreciated

asked 27 Feb '20, 01:34

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Hi, if have the same issue as described here (X/Y swap between OSM and arcGIS), any idea how to solve/transpose this?

(09 Apr, 16:13) MarcelVanDer...

"...2606.png" looks east of "...2605.png" to me. Have you got x and y transposed?

The 'default' render seems with url schema: "http://[abc].tile.openstreetmap.org/zoom/x/y.png" seems to have equivalent tiles at:

https://b.tile.openstreetmap.org/14/2605/5264.png https://b.tile.openstreetmap.org/14/2606/5264.png

2605/52642606/5264

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edited 27 Feb '20, 07:55

Hi, if have the same issue as described here (X/Y swap between OSM and arcGIS), any idea how to solve/transpose this?

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https://tiles.arcgis.com/tiles/CnkB6jCzAsyli34z/arcgis/rest/services/AberdeenOrtho/ /WMTS/tile/1.0.0/AberdeenOrtho/default/default028mm/{zoom}/{x}/{y}.png? just flip the last two values so it would be /{zoom}/{y}/{x}

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