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I see the solution to this as being a two step process: Use ArcPy to create a polygon feature class from your lat/long pairs - a technique like this is described in Automatically create polygons from top right and bottom left coordinates? Use the polygon feature class created in step 1 as the index for Data Driven Pages from where exporting to a multi-page ...
Try to import the MIF/MID into MapInfo and if that goes OK, then it is your other piece of software which has an issue.
pdf exports are tricky in so far as they want to add layer functionality to your map. This can be a good thing if your end user doesn't have GIS software. However, in this situation it's a bit annoying. I would suggest exporting as a png and then using a word document or similar to save as pdf. It's an extra hoop but it should free you up. Of course, if ...
Have you tried Universal translator in MapInfo? It's under the "Tools" menu. See here
The easiest way to achieve this is to use a map package which will contain a map document (.mxd) and the data referenced by the layers it contains (a file geodatabase), packaged into one convenient, portable file (which is really just an archive you can unpack with archiving software such as 7Zip). Map packages can be used for easy sharing of maps ...
Scroll all the way to the bottom of the directions and click "Save to My Maps"/"Ajouter à "Mes cartes"". You'll have to choose an existing map of yours or create a new one. It will take you to your newly saved map and from there you can download the KML file.
ogr2ogr -f MySQL MySQL:test,user=root MSSQLSpatial "MSSQL:server=.\MSSQLSERVER2008;database=geodb;trusted_connection=yes" See the documentation for the syntax http://www.gdal.org/ogr/drv_mysql.html
Yes you can. There is an image analysis window in ArcMap that allows you to select images, process and alter them if need be, and save as a different format. Here is the link to the window. And here is a link on what conversions you can do.
I just had the same propblem, minus the permission issues. I had a feature selected within the feature class that I was trying to export and that was the reason for my error. Once I cleared my selection, the export to shapefile worked.
you can use the copy raster tool to change the format of your raster. But you canalso write any raster output in jpeg by giving a name that ends with .jpg. On the other hand, I can see from your NoData value that your data is in float. This format is not supported by jpg. So you should either use jp2000 (.jp2) or reclassify your image in 8 bit. Latest ...
I have solved this issue. The problem was that ESRI was trying to maintain the a square envelope since the map was in lat/long it wasn't square. By converting it to web mercator I was able to get the bounds just as I wanted them. The conversion looked like this: ISpatialReferenceFactoryPtr srFactory(CLSID_SpatialReferenceEnvironment); ...
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