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This post might help and here is a getting started section in the official API page on the ESRI support site.


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As I've always understood it as your feature object is local to the GetFirstValue function it should be destroyed and memory released when the code is returned to the calling code. But I have found COM objects don't always behave as expected and in this case I can't see a problem with you explicitly setting it to Nothing. But how about this as an ...


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You can use GeoJSON.Net. I have no experience with it yet. But I'm planning to work with it. I'll let you know it's usefulness when I do.


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An alternative option for your first question would be to use IProgressDialogFactory Interface for the processing dialog. The link above has a sample code for your reference.


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I found a work around to this by using Rick Brewster's suggestions. First, I modified Rick's class by adding a constructor public ToolStripEx() : base() { } Then in my dockable window's designer class "MyClass.Designer.cs" I changed the toolstrip's declared type from System.Windows.Forms.ToolStrip to ToolStripEx. Next, in the InitializeComponent() method ...


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I spent the better part of the day trying to figure this out. I found an answer on geonet https://geonet.esri.com/thread/98429 Simply, it isn't seeing the app.config. You need to setup all the bindings manually. WSHttpBinding binding = new WSHttpBinding(); binding.Security.Transport.ClientCredentialType =HttpClientCredentialType.None; EndpointAddress ...



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