Tag: Windows Tablet
Here at Esri, the Performance Engineering team tests ArcGIS Pro on a variety of platforms ranging across physical and virtualized workstations, laptops, and tablets. We recently received the new Dell Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet, which is used in outdoor … Continue reading
Imagine you are 1 of 2 people running an entire department, and your boss says:
“Get those interactive maps out there to our public. You have 2 days to make it happen. Oh, and put them in that app store thingy my family keeps talkin’ about.”
You’ve never had a computer science course in your life. This is the 11th hat you need to start wearing. Continue reading
The fourth in our series of ArcGIS Mobile 10.0 updates, the Mobile Team is proud to announce the release of build 2550. Just like 2525 and all previous updates, installing build 2550 does not require that you uninstall a previous version – this install will simply update your current install of ArcGIS Mobile.
You can download build 2550 now from the Esri Customer Care Portal. Look for “ArcGIS Mobile 10 (Build 2550)”.
Building upon the success of the past 2 updates to ArcGIS Mobile 10.0, the Mobile Team is proud to announce the release of build 2525. As with the previous updates, installing build 2525 does not require that you uninstall a previous version – this install will simply update your current install of ArcGIS Mobile.
You can download build 2525 now from the Esri Customer Care Portal. Look for “ArcGIS Mobile 10 (Build 2525)”.
The following is a list of the quality updates that were resolved in build 2525:
NIM067481 – when minimizing the ArcGIS Mobile for Windows Tablet application with local set to a bi-directional language (ex. Arabic) text would flip direction.
NIM067269 – when collecting geometry by tapping on the map conditions may occur where vertices failed to snap when inside their tolerance value.
NIM068816 – unable to initialize the Create Mobile Map Geoprocessing Tool with an Engine license.
NIM070276 – using the Create Mobile Map Geoprocessing Tool may fail with the error “operation is not valid due to the current state of the object”.
NIM065917 – Search Task returns too many results when searched item is symbolized using more than one field.
NIM070158 – the ArcGIS Mobile application may fail when clicking the zoom window during a page transition.
NIM068749 – data logging and synchronization of logs at a high frequency rate may cause a native exception within the ArcGIS Mobile application.
NIM070277 - the ArcGIS Mobile project file (.amp) may end up corrupted if logging out of Windows before shutting down the ArcGIS Mobile for Windows application.
NIM067838 – when displaying the alias for a field, the alias name will truncate with “…”. This fix displays the entire alias name using word wrap.
NIM059970 - opening a mobile project that includes field crew logging capabilities will not prompt you to download data.
The Mobile team is committed to improving the quality and capabilities of ArcGIS Mobile 10.0 technology as well as building ArcGIS Mobile 10.1. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Mobile Team has released another update to ArcGIS Mobile 10.0 called “Build 2500″. It has a number of stability improvements and enhancements across the client applications, SDK and the Geoprocessing Tools. You can download build 2500 now from the Esri Customer Care Portal. Look for “ArcGIS Mobile 10 (Build 2500)”.
This update includes resolution on 14 Nimbus incidents:
- NIM065266 - within both the ArcGIS Mobile applications and SDK the auto-detect feature will now search for GPS devices transmitting at a baud rate higher than 9600.
- NIM065267 – within both the ArcGIS Mobile applications and SDK, we now support GNSS sentences from other systems (GLONASS). This improves upon the fix time and precision of GPS positions received within ArcGIS Mobile.
- NIM064957 – translation of the ArcGIS Mobile applications to certain languages was not supported due to a dependency on MUI. This dependency has been removed.
- NIM064309 – when synchronizing edits with large datasets, we have dramatically improved synchronization performance (minutes to seconds).
- NIM062051 – it is now possible to create a python script to schedule the creation and synchronization of mobile caches without the need to run that script using ArcCatalog or ArcMap.
- NIM065514 – when creating a mobile project that contained both a tile cache and mobile service or mobile cache, often the Mobile Project Center application would crash. This would occur if the full extent of the tile cache was quite large and the extent of the mobile service or mobile cache was quite small.
- NIM064851 – the Create Mobile Map Geoprocessing Tool would fail to succeed when creating mobile caches for large numbers of features.
- NIM060664 – the Mobile Geoprocessing Tools are now supported on 64-bit operating systems.
- NIM066717 – composing a project on Windows XP or Windows Vista would fail when adding certain ArcGIS Server Tile Caches as base map layers.
- NIM066723 – we have improved security when logging into ArcGIS Online to discover the list of mobile projects inside of your account, the ArcGIS Mobile applications were using HTTP instead of HTTPS when generating a token. They are now using HTTPS exclusively.
- NIM066500 – opening a project with the field crew logging/sign in capabilities presents an option to create a New User. Prior to this fix it was possible to create more than one user with the same name. With this fix, you will not be allowed to create more than one user with the same name.
- NIM066501 – using the field crew logging capability you are asked to “Sign In”. By default, the highlighted user is “New User”. If you simply tapped on “New User” it would create a user with the name “New User” automatically. Tapping ok will now take you directly to the New User sign up page.
- NIM066324 – the list of user names to “Sign In” as when using the Sign In capability listed each user based upon their Object ID. It now sorts the list of users alphabetically.
- NIM065186 – in certain circumstances, when synchronization with the server fails (lost connection with the server for example) duplicate records may appear inside of the client side mobile cache.
The Mobile team is committed to improving the quality and capabilities of ArcGIS Mobile 10.
0 technology as well as building ArcGIS Mobile 10.1. Each new 10.0 release is an update to your existing install – you do not need to uninstall the previous install before updating.
We look forward to hearing your feedback!