If we have a table in SQL Server which was used as layer in ArcGIS. Can the same thing be done in Google Earth?
I mean does Google Earth support adding custom layers? If so how?
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You can enable the KML/KMZ capability of an ArcGIS Server map service for rendering in Google Earth.
Google Earth supports adding following kinds of layers -
KML, KMZ, ETA, INI, standard image formats, various GPS receiver file formats like
GPX, PCX, COLLADA model file in
dae format. You could use the
File > Open option to add layers in these formats. In order to convert your layers to these formats you could use utilities in ArcGIS or Quantum GIS.
SQL Server To KML
"create KML documents from SQL Server 2008 geography data type instance"