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You can use the Dissolve tool from QGIS: Vector > Geoprocessing Tools > Dissolve


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From the screenshot you provided it is apparent that you have browsed to a layer file in an attempt to supply Target Features to the Spatial Join. If, as mentioned in comments, that layer file is pointing to a Web Map Service (WMS), you will not be able to use it with Spatial Join at all. However, if it is pointing at a feature class (including shapefile) ...


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The last tip with the green tick mark solve my problem. Just to the the Untility and choose the "AdvancedArcMapSettings.exe", then check "create features using templates", reopen your arcmap, then start editors, everything works.


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If you have a Shapefile, the Spatial Index probably needs to be updated. The Spatial Index on a File Geodatabase feature class is automatically updated.


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Previous answer is parcially correct. You have to use a html tag. the easy way to do it, since the content of the featur info window is fetched by geoserver is using a getfeatureInfo template; in the content.ftl you should put someting like : <ul> <#list features as feature> <li><b>Point of interest, ...


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Thanks to johns and Chris W! That was it! The Advanced Arcmap Settings under the program Utilities folder was exactly the issue! After a total program reinstall, .dll inspection, and multiple (hundreds!) of button clicks, it was the simple "Create Features using templates" checkbox. Now the real question is how did that box become unchecked? If it is some ...


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In Windows explorer copy and paste the following location in the address bar and replace username with your username on the machine with the arcGIS install on it.: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.1\ArcMap\Templates Delete normal.mxt (your mxd template) this will restore you mxd to it stock/original format with all your toolbars and windows ...


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There are two ways to get at the Create Features window from the Editor toolbar: 1) Start Editing. Right-click on toolbar and select "Editor" 2) In the editor toolbar: Editor > Editing Windows > Create Features Alternatively, the right most button on the editor toolbar:



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