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Oct
22
comment Concurrent users using a DLL to access ArcObjects?
@blah238 I believe so. I setup web services in /rest/services, and use ArcObjects to store to the database based on an mxd map service file.
Aug
17
comment .NET And ArcGIS 10x - Where have all the wrappers gone?
You also have to install Visual Studio 2008 SP1+, otherwise it won't work with ArcObjects installation for ArcGIS 10.
Aug
17
comment Deploying ArcObject .NET DLLs
Confirmed. ArcGIS documentation states it is not required in certain pages. But the SDK installer WILL NOT GO THROUGH without Visual Studio 2008 Express, or Visual Studio 2010 premium/ult/test/professional.
Apr
2
comment IFeature.set_Shape The coordinates or measures are out of bounds
Well, you don't have the best answer, but thanks for trying. Good point about the resolution.
Mar
28
comment IFeature.set_Shape The coordinates or measures are out of bounds
@tomfumb The layer info has the correct values that I manually entered in. The mapservice info, has these offsetted values 197 etc. It did it automatically. Otherwise I loaded a blank shape file with one layer, just attributes and no data. So how do you fix the extent??
Mar
23
comment IFeature.set_Shape The coordinates or measures are out of bounds
Add custom points to the map changes the extent and I think sort of mitigates the problem. But how do I set it up so that any extent / x,y value is allowed based on GCS_WGS_1984 maps? I just want normal latitude longitude values without resorting to adding "border points" into the map to dynamically change the extent.
Mar
21
comment Shapes of this entity type not allowed in this layer when CreateFeature() is called
@RagiYaserBurhum I added more code at the beginning to clarify some variables. I'm not sure why CreateFeature bugs out. And why it still says shape is not same type, when I am using POINT everywhere.
Mar
21
comment Shapes of this entity type not allowed in this layer when CreateFeature() is called
@RagiYaserBurhum So, doing some research, I find that I've done everything right so far. The layer I am using is an SDE Feature Class. The shape field in arccatalog metadata is correct 4 width, geometry type. And ArcCatalog shows it is a POINT table (not something else like polyline).
Mar
21
comment Shapes of this entity type not allowed in this layer when CreateFeature() is called
Yes I am connecting with ArcObject Geodatabase API to a database. Everything initializes. It's just the "CreateFeature" that's broken. Something must be wrong with my shapefile, I use a spreadsheet to create it and make an X,Y table. (Yes I don't include Ms/Zs).
Mar
20
comment Shapes of this entity type not allowed in this layer when CreateFeature() is called
I have a limited Arc View license. So I can't administer my arcSDE database using ArcCatalog so I have to use command prompts. :S
Mar
19
comment IMapServerObjects.get_Map says object is null reference.
Yes I was just reading about that just now. You are right I believe. I am gonna try to see if MXD files fix this problem.