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If you have a table joined when you create the field it will automatically add the layer name. If you want to avoid this remove the join then create the field and rejoin the table. Or you could right click the field and change the field alias to remove the layer name.


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A BLOB field is simply a field that stores data in binary. From Wikipedia: A Binary Large OBject (BLOB) is a collection of binary data stored as a single entity in a database management system. Blobs are typically images, audio or other multimedia objects, though sometimes binary executable code is stored as a blob. Database support for blobs is ...


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This can be easily achieved with QGIS (I'm doing this in 2.10) and the Atlas generator. Open up your shapefile in QGIS. Symbolise it as desired. Project>New Print Composer Add a map to the layout that covers the whole page. After the map is added, we need to set it as controlled by atlas (select the map and go into Item properties): Next we set up the ...


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I recommend becoming familiar with ArcGIS's Data Driven Pages toolbar. Set up a map file to appear as you desire, and then add the DDP toolbar. Click Set Up Data Driven Pages. Update the layer drop-down menu with the layer you wish to iterate through. On the extent tab, you can set a margin (that 'zoom out a tad more' part of what you're after). Once you ...


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As a supplement to Brad's answer, there is no setting or option to accomplish this automatically. That being said if this is just a one time operation it can be accomplished in two clicks. Once you have your selection: Right click the layer in the TOC navigate to the 'Selection' menu and click 'Create Layer From Selected Features'. This will create a ...


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Using esri streetmap data you can get an idea of how to accomplish multiple zoom levels on 1 layer. You should either have a dvd that came with your product or can download it with your global login at my.esri.com. For example in the transportation layer group they have road with multiple zoom levels. No matter what scale you zoom to one of them turns on. ...


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First of all I would strongly recommend that you export your map to either a PDF or an image file and use that to plot. This is especially true for very complex maps with lots of layers, rasters, transparencies, annotations, etc. The Page Print and Setup Dialog has nothing to do with printing. Its sole purpose is to set a physical layout page size of your ...


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http://gislab.net/pics/3.jpg This is what you need to do i believe, right click on the map part you created (not the margins Arc wants to put the map in) then goto distribute, then goto fit to margins. This will make your map fit the margins of your layout choice. I would have put in comments, but it wouldnt let me


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This how I would do it: Create your two points Cast polygon into ICurve Use the ICurve.QueryPointAndDistance Method and get the DistanceAlongCurve value for each point Use ICurve.GetSubcurve Method to extract the red curve you have identified in your image.



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