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Esri provides code samples and scripts for our users. These code samples and scripts can be used as templates; they can be used to develop customized apps; they can enhance your current GIS implementation, and much more! These code samples and scripts are currently uploaded and stored in many different places online such as ArcGIS Resources, ArcGIS Online Gallery, support.esri.com, and GitHub.
This service pack is available for download via the ArcGIS Resource Center: ArcGIS 10.0 SP5 (Desktop, Engine, and Server)
For the best experience, please download this service pack at your earliest convenience.
Service packs for other products include:
Esri Support Services offers a variety of ways for you to contact us with your support needs. One of these channels of communication is the option to Chat with an Analyst, which can be accessed on the main page of the Support website.
Adding a basemap at 10.1 changes the coordinate system of the data frame to Web Mercator (auxiliary sphere)
In ArcGIS Desktop 10.1, adding a basemap in ArcMap using the Add Basemap dialog box causes the coordinate system of the data frame to change to WGS 1984 Web Mercator (auxiliary sphere).
This is a known issue, and bug number NIM081490 can be used to check for status updates. Esri is working on a permanent solution to this issue. In the meantime, please refer to the technical article, “Adding a basemap changes the coordinate system of the data frame to Web Mercator (auxiliary sphere),” for more information on the issue and a workaround.
Chris F. – User Advocacy Group
With the release of ArcGIS 10.1, we have identified some issues that are affecting the GIS user community and have worked to fix these in some patches that were released today.
The ArcGIS 10.1 Parcel Editing General Maintenance Patch is now available on the ArcGIS Resource Center.
This patch resolves issues encountered with the Parcel Editor when connected to an ArcSDE database. Switching versions or database users results in broken editing templates and the reporting parcel layers are not turned on when joining. It also addresses issues with the Parcel Naming tool when working on parcels with origin connection lines.
The ArcGIS 10.1 (Desktop, Engine) ArcGIS Administrator Patch is now available on the ArcGIS Resource Center.
This patch addresses an issue where the IP address for the ArcGIS License Manager cannot be directly entered in the ArcGIS Administrator.
Please download these patches and install them at your earliest convenience.
Esri is pleased to announce that ArcGIS Runtime SDK 1.0 for WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) and Java (Windows) was released today and can be downloaded from the Esri Customer Care Site. The Linux version of ArcGIS Runtime will be available in a few weeks.
ArcGIS Runtime is available to all Esri Developer Network (EDN) subscribers, and allows developers to create lightweight mapping applications for desktop and mobile devices using an SDK. For more information from the development team visit the related blog post on the ArcGIS Blog.
Esri is pleased to announce that ArcGIS for Windows Mobile 3.0 was released today, and is available for download on the Esri Customer Care Site. ArcGIS for Windows Mobile 3.0 is compatible with ArcGIS 10.1 software, and the versions have been renamed to 3.x to better align with other mobile offerings from Esri.
For more information from the development team visit the related blog post on the ArcGIS Blog.