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Well, the answer to that really is "It depends". Both options are very viable solutions for your problem and would likely fully be able to meet your needs. However, some things you should consider when making this decision: Model Builder uses the graphic user interface of the geoprocessing tools you are likely already used to using and the parameters in ...


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Currently, the Esri FGDB API does NOT support rasters. Here is the description of the File GDB API from Esri: File Geodatabase API details An ArcGIS Idea has been set up with this exact request: File Geodatabase API support for rasters According to a comment on that site, plans to support Rasters in the API are not even on the radar. I would encourage ...


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After doing more research i was able to fix the issue by allowing ComReleaser to manage the lifetime of my IDatabaseCompact object. For ArcObjects 10.1, the ComReleaser is in the ESRI.ArcGIS.ADF.Local.dll This is the Resulting code: Using comReleaser As ComReleaser = New ComReleaser() Dim dbCompact As IDatabaseCompact Dim ws As ...


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I personally hate working with FieldMap/FieldMappings objects, as I find them very tedious to construct correctly. I would normally do this by calling: CreateFeatureclass_management(), AddField_management() for the fields you want (just "GEOID10" in this case, since the OID and geometry are initialized with the feature class), being careful to use the same ...


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It looks like you are using the older method of license check-out. Try this: if (ESRI.ArcGIS.RuntimeManager.ActiveRuntime == null) ESRI.ArcGIS.RuntimeManager.BindLicense(ESRI.ArcGIS.ProductCode.EngineOrDesktop); UPDATE: Based on your additional info it appears that you have a valid IWorkspace object. To access the contents you can use the ...


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I would try to convert your GeoDatabase to GeoJSON with ogr2ogr then import the .json file to mongodb. Gdal above version 1.11 has OpenFileGDB support, so this should be possible. When importing the json to mongodb, make sure that you don't try to import a featurecollection, but a file with the list of features without commas.


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I think there is a programming solution for it.Add a class that implements IExtension interface,override OnChangeFeature event of Editor object in IExtension startup routine of this class.Now any update in your features (which is done by ArcMap Editor toolbar) is catched and falls into the code of this OnChangeFeature procedure code.Here you can check ...


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A feature/flaw of range domains is that you can enter a value which is outside of the range. The error is only flagged if you choose Validate Features on the Editor toolbar


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You can't make a range domain which only has discrete values - for that you need a coded value domain. See a quick tour of attribute domains. There are two types of attribute domains: Range domains—A range domain specifies a valid range of values for a numeric attribute. Coded domains— Coded value domains specify a valid set of values for an ...


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When the ArcMap window dissapears that's not the end, ArcMap.exe is still running - doing some housekeeping: writing back to the Normal, updating symbol libraries and so on. If anything interrupts these processes ArcMap will still be present (and locking) and the process may hang... therein lies your problem. In a normal situation the end of the ArcMap.exe ...


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I don't see why you couldn't, are you having specific issues with it? The File Geodatabase format supports multiple, simultaneous, view-only connections, so there shouldn't be any issue with you doing that with map services. You can see more info about comparisons between database types in ESRI at ...



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