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If we have a table in SQL Server which was used as layer in ArcGIS. Can the same thing be done in Google Earth?

I mean does Google Earth support adding custom layers? If so how?

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You can enable the KML/KMZ capability of an ArcGIS Server map service for rendering in Google Earth.

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Google Earth supports adding following kinds of layers - KML, KMZ, ETA, INI, standard image formats, various GPS receiver file formats like GPX, PCX, COLLADA model file in dae format. You could use the File > Open option to add layers in these formats. In order to convert your layers to these formats you could use utilities in ArcGIS or Quantum GIS.

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Isn't rendering of layer, responsibility of map server instead of client? –  Hasan Khan Apr 15 '11 at 8:17
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SQL Server To KML

"create KML documents from SQL Server 2008 geography data type instance"

http://sqlservertokml.codeplex.com/

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