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You cannot directly delete the raster, since your application still has references to it. What you need to do, is to delete all references you are holding to it in code, and then delete it using lower level ArcObjects: IDataset:Delete
If you're developing a standalone application you will require a ArcEngine runtime license on the users machine. This is different to the Desktop license which will work if you're developing plugins for Esri tools. It may be worth looking at the ArcGIS runtime SDK for WPF. This is licensed differently and depending on the features you require, may not ...
I'm guessing you may have general performance issues such as labeling, layer scale rendering, transparencies..etc. If you have ArcGIS for Server license you may try using the Analyze button on the Service Editor to test a map document for these performance warnings. Service Editor helps you identify potential performance bottlenecks and errors that ...
Last time I checked, ArcGIS desktop license does not provide you a design time license for the ArcGIS Engine TOC control. The TOC control used by ArcMap is not re-usable in a standalone exe. You can use RuntimeManager.InstalledRuntimes to see what is installed on the machine, before initializing a license. Since Engine licenses are less expensive than ...
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