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Thanks a lot Vince for you kind support an valuable information. However, the problem was that he st_geometry had not been correctly installed at the time I ran the Create Enterprise Geodatabase Tool. I had to fix the exproc file so as during the creation of the geodatabase, the st_geometry to be properly installed. The absence of St_geometry made my ...


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To check the spatial reference, right-click the feature class/shapefile/raster and select properties, then the source tab. You should see both a projected and geographic coordinate system. If you don't, or its wrong, follow Erica's answer.


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First open up ArcToolbox. Then there are two possible tools you can use (both in the Data Management / Projections and Transformations toolbox), depending on the specific situation: To define the projection, use the Define Projection tool. Do this when: no projection is currently assigned, or the current projection is incorrect (e.g., data should be in ...



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