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by Virginia Smith, Ellison Carter and James Seppi (Bridging Waters), Laura Read (Bridging Waters and Tufts University), and Fernando Salas (University of Texas at Austin)
Over the past 20 years, more than two billion people gained access to improved drinking water resources, and 1.8 billion people gained access to improved sanitation services.* With these gains, drinking water coverage worldwide has already exceeded the United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of 88% before the target year 2015. Global sanitation coverage, currently at 63%, lags behind the UN MDG of 75%. Continue reading
A key focus of ArcGIS 10.1 is to simplify and streamline how you work with databases and geodatabases. We have listened to enhancement requests from you and developed easy-to-use interfaces for routine administration tasks such as managing privileges.
If you are the owner of a dataset, you can control which users can view or modify data in a database or geodatabase with privileges on datasets. Privileges can be set by user or by roles. Roles are a handy way to group users who have common workflows and responsibilities and should share a common set of privileges.