If you are experiencing recent problems with signing in and authorizing ArcGIS Pro, it is likely that your organization was still using beta license entitlements. These beta licenses expired on November 17, 2014. Continue reading
The ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET 10.2.3 beta is now available on the Esri Beta Community. This is a quality release that resolves some issues encountered in the previous beta. A number of enhancements have also been included with the product:
Esri is pleased to announce the beta release of ArcGIS Pro, which is a new ArcGIS for Desktop application that provides many exciting features. ArcGIS Pro is designed for GIS professionals who need to visualize, edit, and perform analysis—in both … Continue reading
We are excited to announce the 10.2.2 beta release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET! This SDK enables developers to build rich, high performance GIS applications for Windows PCs, tablets, and phones. It includes three APIs that support building .NET apps for Windows Desktop, Windows Store, and Windows Phone. The APIs share a common design and structure, which encourages sharing implementation logic across Windows platforms. Continue reading
Recently we blogged about a beta service for a Dark Gray Canvas basemap, available for you to try out and comment on, prior to a full release as an Esri Basemap. That blog can be found here. The original release … Continue reading
Esri has released a new Dark Gray Canvas basemap (as a beta) for its customers, partners and developers to use. Developed from the Light Gray Canvas basemap, the Dark Gray Canvas version opens up an opportunity to use a different type … Continue reading
It’s time to refresh your browser - ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This update includes changes and additions for authoring web maps, developing applications, and administering organizations. It also includes new data and map … Continue reading
The public beta version of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop 2012 is now available to install. This represents a significant release with many new capabilities.
Here at Esri, we always try to help one another out. Well the Local Government team asked if we could expand the functionality of the Attribute Assistant and make a series of construction tools to help with address data management workflows; and we obliged. We came up with some pretty cool new rules for the attribute assistant and some interesting construction tools that will be used to streamline address maintenance workflows. Even though these have been designed for managing address information, you may find them very helpful. Let’s first take a look at these new attribute assistant rules.
The first rule we needed to create was CASCADE_ATTRIBUTE. This rule will allow you to make a change to an attribute in a table or layer and push that new attribute value to every feature that contains the value. So in the address world, we have implemented a Master Street Name table. Say a road was renamed, we can go into the table, change the road name, and the rule will open up the Road Centerline layer and make that change to every road with the old name, then open up the Site Address Point Layer and update the road name as well. Pretty cool, huh?
The second rule we created was VALIDATE_ATTRIBUTE_LOOKUP. This rule will validate an attribute change against a look up table or layer. Let’s look out how you would use this in address land. If I created a new road and I want to make sure the road name matches a road in the Master Street Name table, I can set this rule up to monitor my Street Name field and check that value against the Master Street Name table. The cool thing about this rule is all I have to do is enter a piece of the road information. If it finds more than one record in the street name table, it presents a prompt, where you can select any of the matching values. How is that for data validation?
I also mentioned we are working on some new construction tools. These are still in development, but here is what we are working towards. One tool will allow the user to click a reference point, in our case, an address point that represents the location on the centerline of which the address is derived, create this point if it does not exist, then create a series of site address points with information from that reference point or the centerline underneath it. So basically, you can create a series of points all with information from source point. The second is a tool to draw a new road and split any intersecting roads and prorate their address information.
If you want to try the new rules out, as well as a few other enhancements, we have posted a beta of the tools on the forum.
Mike from the Water Team
Version 2.1 Beta of ArcGIS for SharePoint is now available. This will be the first public beta of ArcGIS for SharePoint, and is being made available as part of the Esri Beta Community. To get the beta, just go to the beta community, sign up, fill out a short survey, and download the setup.
This release is built on version 2.2 of the award-winning ArcGIS API for Silverlight. The beta offers many new features and enhancements, including:
- Map Contents with Legend Capabilities
- Editing support with feature services
- Pop-ups on click
- Automatic updates on all layer types
- On-demand feature retrieval for ArcGIS feature layers
- Support for proxy-secured layers
- Wrap-around support in the Map Web Part
- Localization (Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish)
You can find more details on what the release includes in the What’s new in 2.1 topic. To get started using ArcGIS for SharePoint, refer to our online help. To explore building your own tools and functionality, check out the ArcGIS for SharePoint Interactive SDK. And if you have questions or run into issues, don’t forget to use the Beta Community’s forums and bug reporting capabilities.
Thanks for your interest in ArcGIS for SharePoint. We look forward to hearing your feedback on the Beta Community site.
The ArcGIS for SharePoint Development Team