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@derekswingley

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Dec
20
answered Clipping a raster using a polyline or polygon
Dec
17
answered Add Cache as a Raster?
Dec
9
comment how to configure an arcgis server service to enable multiple editing
Not possible with 9.3.1
Dec
8
comment Plot a EPSG:4326 KML File using Google Maps V3
winelisthq.com/outages.kml is a 404 for me.
Dec
8
revised Plot a EPSG:4326 KML File using Google Maps V3
added 159 characters in body
Dec
8
comment Plot a EPSG:4326 KML File using Google Maps V3
Just out of curiosity, where did you get this kml file? I don't think I've ever dealt with any kml that wasn't in lat, lng.
Dec
8
comment Plot a EPSG:4326 KML File using Google Maps V3
EPSG 4326 is a lat, lng based coordinate system, see: spatialreference.org/ref/epsg/4326. If your .kml is actually in web mercator, you'll need to reproject it.
Dec
8
answered Plot a EPSG:4326 KML File using Google Maps V3
Dec
8
answered List of freely available GIS books
Dec
8
comment How to decode Google's proprietary latLon format for China?
At first glance, it looks like a lat, lng in decimal degrees (35.1221317, 135.74191160)...not sure if it's actually that simple. A brief search didn't turn up any documentation on this so I'm just posting a comment...maybe someone else with have more concrete insight.
Dec
8
revised Raster to Polygon Scripting Problems
code formatting
Dec
8
comment datum conflict when creating buffer in arcgis 10
@whuber: Can't say I'm surprised...you'll save yourself some time and headaches by making sure all your data used in various analyses is in the same coordinate system.
Dec
8
answered FIELD CALCULATOR VB scripting
Dec
8
comment datum conflict when creating buffer in arcgis 10
Best practice would be to make sure all your inputs for intersect, union, etc. are in the same coordinate system but ArcGIS will transform them on the fly.
Dec
8
comment datum conflict when creating buffer in arcgis 10
ArcGIS automatically reprojects data on the fly so that they can be displayed in the same coordinate system. The underlying data isn't actually transformed.
Dec
8
answered datum conflict when creating buffer in arcgis 10
Dec
7
comment Using Google Maps as layer in ArcMap?
@Seth: no, ArcBruTile isn't a service provider, it is a client that consumes various services.
Dec
3
answered Using Google Maps as layer in ArcMap?
Dec
1
comment How can I determine which service is associated with a particular ArcSOC.exe process and vice versa?
@Kirk: maybe, but you would need to check all logfiles...the log file will roll over once it hits a specific size.
Dec
1
revised How can I determine which service is associated with a particular ArcSOC.exe process and vice versa?
Removed erroneous info.