Tag: ArcCatalog

Dude, where’s my Catalog?


Written by Kory Kramer, Customer Advocacy Lead – Desktop If you’re a long-time ArcMap user who is new to ArcGIS Pro, you aren’t alone. More ArcMap users than ever are starting to use ArcGIS Pro, and one of the most … Continue reading

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Help content for ArcGIS 10.4 is live!


While your laptops, desktops, and servers are not running ArcGIS 10.4 yet, you can get a not-so-sneak peek at the documentation for ArcGIS 10.4 right now. Last week we updated the ArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS for Server websites to incorporate … Continue reading

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Adding video formats to ArcCatalog for the Full Motion Video Add-In

ArcCatalog Options

The Full Motion Video Add-In allows you to play a variety of archived video file types and live video feeds in ArcMap. These are not standard GIS data formats, so ArcCatalog doesn’t recognize them by default.  In order to be … Continue reading

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Geodatabase Toolset for ArcCatalog

I hope that all Desktop users saw the announcement on the Geodatabase blog that the ArcGIS 10 version of the Geodatabase Toolset (GDBT) is available for download.

The GDBT is a popular, unsupported extension to ArcGIS Desktop. It provides a collection of tools that you can use to troubleshoot, monitor, and investigate ArcSDE (enterprise) geodatabases. The GDBT works with geodatabases stored on SQL Server, Oracle, Informix, DB2, or PostgreSQL databases. It provides a wide variety of information including:The total number of rows in the add and delete tables

  • Users connected to the geodatabase and locked schemas
  • A graphic of the state tree lineage
  • Detailed information of a features class spatial index
  • Parent-child relationships between versions for version management
  • Table and Index Statistics for geodatabase stored in an Oracle database

Note: The GDBT is an “unsupported” extension so Esri Technical Support is not available for the toolset.

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