New Releases of Land Records Maps and Apps Now Available

Over the last few days, we’ve updated several Land Records apps on the Local Government Resource Center.  In summary, these updates include:

Tax Parcel Editing for ArcGIS 10 (v.2.0)

New Functionality

1.    Added the Parcel Editor Utilities Add-In along with related source code and documentation

2.    Added the most recent Local Government Information Model and schema-only layer package

3.    Added a Parcel History Group Layer and associated feature templates to the Editing Map

4.    Added an Encumbrance layer and associated feature templates to the Editing Map

5.    Added a Data Dictionary and Editing Map documentation

Resolved Problems

1.    Resolved several issues with the sample data to correct problems with public and prescriptive right of ways

2.    Resolved several issues with the Bookmarks in the Editing Map

Tax Parcel Viewer for ArcGIS 10 (v.2.0)

New Functionality

1.    Added Data Dictionary and map document (.mxd) documentation

2.    Added ArcMap map service definitions and updated caching instructions

3.    Added support for Internet Explorer 8

4.    Added support for field aliases in the Tax Parcel Query map service

Resolved Problems

1.    Resolved issue with basemap display that occurred when a parcel was selected from the results table

Value Analysis Dashboard for ArcGIS 10 (v.2.0)

New Functionality

1.    Added Data Dictionary and map document (.mxd) documentation

2.    Added ArcMap map service definitions and updated caching instructions

3.    Added support for the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex v. 2.2

4.    Added support for field aliases in the Tax Parcel Query map service

5.    Added support for a multi-layer feature popup

6.    Added support for time-aware sales and foreclosure information

As always, we encourage you to download the Land Records apps and give them a try. When you do, let us know what you think.

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  1. gisparcel says:

    Is the parcel fabric source builder scrip working for you in arcgis 10 sp1? I followed the instructions but the resulting process did not result in any new componets added. also the instructions appear to reflect an earlier version of arcgis.
    suggestions?