Tag Archives: ArcGIS 10.1
At each release, Esri assesses if there are any platforms (operating systems, databases, development environments, or hardware) that are at the end of their supportability. Additionally, we review our technology to see if any of the newer functionality has superseded older functionality. In either case, we try to give as much advanced notice as possible for any changes in supported platforms or functionality through our Deprecation Plan documents.
Given the pace in the change of technology, we have been fairly conservative in what we deprecate. However, with the update to the Deprecation Plan for ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2, plus the releases of ArcGIS 10.2.1 and 10.2.2, we have a number of items that need to be deprecated. Many of these changes have been a long time coming (for both platforms and functionality); and we have also noted upcoming plans to give you early notice for software that will eventually be impacted. Continue reading
Query layers were first introduced at the 10.0 release primarily to allow ArcMap to integrate data from databases that do not contain the system geodatabase repository tables. Think of query layers as a method for accessing database objects that are not … Continue reading
Tuning your RDBMS is an important aspect of maintaining your enterprise geodatabase. Two tasks found in all Esri-supported RDBMS are updating DBMS statistics and rebuilding indexes. If you are loading data in bulk or running query-intensive DML operations with SQL, these tasks need to be done more often. Fortunately for us, these tasks are relatively straightforward to accomplish.
Lidar data is become increasingly available and there are likewise new tools to analyze and display the data. LAS is the public file format for the interchange of three dimensional point cloud data between data users. LAS information can be … Continue reading
Esri is pleased to announce that ArcGIS 10.1 Service Pack 1 is now available for download in the following languages:
Please download this service pack at your earliest convenience to take advantage of maintenance fixes, performance improvements, software enhancements, and translation updates; all of which will improve the quality of your ArcGIS system.
Note: For non-English service packs, there is no need to download and install both English and a language-specific service pack.
For details on what’s included, please see the list of issues that are addressed in ArcGIS 10.1 SP1.Customer Care Site for customers who are current on software maintenance. To obtain the ArcGIS for Server Service Pack downloads, please follow the same process your organization uses to obtain Esri software.
Program Manager – User Advocacy Group
Esri Support Services
Windows 8 and Windows 2012 Server are now officially supported starting at ArcGIS 10.1 SP1. More details are available on the ArcGIS Resource Center Blog.
The Esri software system requirements pages have been updated to reflect this.
Download ArcGIS 10.1 SP1 at your earliest convenience.
Jessica G. – Online Support Resources
We are pleased to announce that ArcGIS 10.1 Service Pack 1 (English only) is now available to download. This service pack provides maintenance fixes, performance improvements, software enhancements, and translation updates; all of which will improve the quality of your ArcGIS system. We recommend that you download and install this service pack at your earliest convenience.
ArcGIS Idea: Ability to view and edit LIDAR (*.las) files directly In 2010, ArcGIS Ideas user eatkinson posted an idea to enhance ArcGIS with the Ability to view and edit LIDAR (*.las) files directly. Within a few months, this idea became … Continue reading
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.