Monthly Archives: February 2009

Relates vs. Relationship Classes

It seems like there’s always been confusion around the terms “relate” and “relationship class.” In this post, we’ll attempt to clear it up. Continue reading

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Training Spotlight: The Geodatabase

Note: Updated August 1, 2013

The foundation of every GIS is of course data—the data that organizations collect, store, manage, update, distribute, and use as input for analysis and mapping. To support ArcGIS users, we have created a variety of geodatabase courses designed to meet the training needs of specific organizational roles and workflows. Below are the recommended instructor-led courses that can help you store, secure, and leverage your GIS data investment.* Continue reading

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ArcGIS Mobile Course: Creating the Infrastructure

 

In this post, we update you on the ArcGIS Mobile instructor-led course introduced in previous posts. After a brief holiday lull, the team has started the development phase of the project. Management approved the course outline, and the course title has been selected from a rather large group of candidates. The winning title is (drum roll, please): Authoring and Serving ArcGIS Mobile Projects. Continue reading

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