New answers tagged

5

If you have a materialized view with a geometry column, you don't need to "create a spatial view" -- it's already created! At this point you have two options: Use the materialized view as a Query Layer Register the view with your enterprise geodatabase Unfortunately, in the crush to retire ArcSDE application servers and the admin utilities that let ...


1

I believe you will need to register your materialized view in SDE so that it recognizes the view as a spatial table. If that is not an option, you may want to refer to the documentation and possibly make a conventional view that accesses the materialized view, but calls the appropriate functions to retrieve the data in a fashion suitable for ArcGIS Desktop. ...


1

I had a devil of time trying to use a Direct Connection to Oracle. At the end, I used a .sde file to load up in memory, then parsed out the PropertySet for it so I could see how it was working. This code works for me: public static IWorkspace Connect(string serverName, int port, string dbName, string user, string password) { ...



Top 50 recent answers are included