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The only way ArcGIS Server can dynamically access a data table is if the service is published with a data source which is registered with the ArcGIS Server cluster. If you don't have a registered data source, AGS will raise a warning in the publishing process, but will let you override that warning to make a static copy in a file geodatabase (which is ...


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The Integrate tool will fix small gaps in the data, but be very very very careful when using this tool on SDE data it will overwrite the existing features in the dataset with no undo. To use this tool properly: Backup your SDE data: either as XML workspace document, Geodatabase feature class (file or personal - use copy/paste), Shapefile or your current ...


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All formulas you might find on the web do the conversion from OSGB36 grid to lat/lon on the Airy ellipsoid, but there is no exact tranformation from that to WGS84. Simply because OSGB36 has grown over decades, including surveying errors done by our ancestors, and terrestrial moves. The only exact way to do the last step is to use the official OSGB36 datum ...


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You could do this in SQL Server 2008 without the CURSOR overhead as STUnion applied to same geometry will result in same geometry, ie: x.STUnion(x)=x: DECLARE @gAggregate Geometry select @gAggregate = myGeomColumn.STUnion(isnull(@gAggregate,myGeomColumn)) from myGeomTable WHERE myGroupingCol = @myGroupingCol


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Following is a simple and quick way to pass a SqlGeography point straight to sql parameter (assuming latitude and longitude are of type double). As explained above, you need to add using Microsoft.SqlServer.Types; SqlGeography geoLocationIn = null; if (latitude != 0 && longitude != 0 ) geoLocationIn = ...



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