The ArcGIS Data-Interoperability Extension allows ArcGIS to open any standard GIS data file regardless of format. Data interoperability also refers to being able to open files regardless of format. Other programs such as FME and GDAL allow this functionality as well.

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Data Interoperability or FME ESRI Edition?

I've been debating keeping our Data Interoperability licence or going with the full FME ESRI Edition. I'm looking for advice.
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Installing Data Interoperability when already authorized on ArcGIS Administrator?

If data interoperability is authorized on ArcGIS Administrator but is not yet installed, how does one do so in ArcGIS 10.2.2? I have the license, now how do I get the extension? I have already ...
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Appending polygon feature classes with already repaired geometry => WARNING 000442: self intersections from Check Geometry?

I have an ArcGIS 10.2.2 for Desktop process which: Uses the Data Interoperability extension and the Feature Class To Feature Class tool to convert 88 MapInfo TAB files (with the same schema, ...
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Convert MapInfo raster file (.tab) to use it in QGIS and/or ArcGIS

I am trying to convert raster files from MapInfo (.ecw, .jpg, .TAB) in order to use them with QGIS or ArcGIS. I have access to all 3 softwares. I have tried Data interoperability tools in ArcGIS but ...
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What's the correct link for adding GeoServer WFS to ArcMap?

What is the correct URL to enter in ArcCatalog WFS Parameters when adding a WFS layer from GeoServer into ArcMap? Here's a link to our Get Capabilities document: https://weaveprod.ucdp.utah.edu/...
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How to Configure Geoserver WFS to work with ArcGIS for Desktop?

I am trying to figure out how to get a WFS service working with ArcMap. I have Geoserver up and running and I am able to add a WFS layer in QGIS but not ArcMap. I have tried to use the Data ...