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Programming GIS applications since 1988, primarily using ESRI technology. For more information see my linkedin profile.

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comment Selecting features by location based on selected feature using ArcObjects?
Where are you releasing the cursor?
Aug
26
revised Linear referenced data driven pages
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Aug
26
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Aug
25
revised How to edit a specific layer on the map?
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Aug
22
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Aug
21
revised How do I join an MS Access (accdb) table to a Feature Layer in ArcGIS 10.1?
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Aug
21
answered How do I join an MS Access (accdb) table to a Feature Layer in ArcGIS 10.1?
Aug
21
comment How do I check what type of mapsurround is on the map?
I don't think this code will work well when you have grouped elements ... I'd try recursively searching through group elements.
Aug
19
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
@Draek see revised test results
Aug
19
revised How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
expanded code to include test
Aug
19
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
@Draek Maybe open the .prj file in notepad, then copy and paste the contents into the body of your question.
Aug
19
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
The code I posted doesn't use GenerateSpatialReference, but your code does. What are IPoint.X & Y after calling ProjectToGCS?
Aug
19
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
@Draek what happens if you run the code I posted?
Aug
19
revised How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
fixed error
Aug
19
answered How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
Aug
19
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
Unless you plan to go multithreaded, using new instead of activator would probably be fine. @Draek did you try casting your input spatial reference's IProjectedCoordinateSystem.GeographicCoordinateSystem as an ISpatialReference, and using it as output spatial reference?
Aug
18
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
Sorry, I didn't mean to suggest that a custom spatial reference is needed, only that Esri says to use Activator to create the SpatialReferenceEnvironment instance instead of new.
Aug
18
comment How to convert PCS based point X/Y into GCS Lat/Lon using ArcObjects
According to Esri's sample for Creating a custom geotransformation, SpatialReferenceEnvironmentClass is a singleton. Activator.CreateInstance is the recommended way to create singletons.
Aug
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