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If you try to log in to Business Analyst Online or Community Analyst and you receive the message, “Error: Invalid username or password”, see the following reasons and ways to troubleshoot.
Reason 1: You’re using a username/password for the legacy application.
To see if this is the case, log in to the legacy Business Analyst Online or legacy Community Analyst. The legacy applications are retired and only available to allow you to migrate your sites from the legacy application to the new application. For more information, go to:
- Learn how to migrate sites from the legacy Community Analyst application to the new version
- Learn how to migrate sites from the legacy Business Analyst Online application to the new version
So you have built a Geometric Network and encountered some errors in the process. Enter the NET_BUILDERR table, a resource to help you correct any potential problems uncovered during the build.
The NET_BUILDERR table is a table that is output during the creation of the geometric network. The table is generated if errors are encountered and if the geometric network is owned by the user or the schema that builds the geometric network. This table is created n the same Feature Dataset where your network resides and can be easily previewed in ArcCatalog. Continue reading
You just created a Map/Layer package on your machine and upon clicking it, see the error: “The package is not valid. Check with the package publisher for an updated package”.
However, when you send the same map package to a colleague on the other side of the U.S., he can open it without a hitch. What’s going on?!?
Well, the behavior might occur if the you’re trying to unpack a map or layer package with the My Documents folder redirected to a UNC path. Quite often, the redirection of My Documents is not a change that you have implemented, but instead was changed by default to adhere to a group policy in an organization.
The screenshot below shows properties storing My Documents at \localhostdocuments instead of the default location, C:Documents and SettingsusernameMy DocumentsArcGISPackages.
By default, unpacking will always extract the package into your user profile under:
- XP – C:Documents and SettingsusernameMy DocumentsArcGISPackages
- Vista and Windows 7 – C:UsersusernameDocumentsArcGISPackages
If your My Documents folder is mapped to a UNC path, the ArcGISfilehander that is used to unpack the package will not honor the UNC path and therefore, will fail to open the package.
The workaround for this issue is to modify the package location options to specify a local folder to unpack the file in the ArcGISFileHandler.exe at C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesArcGISbin.
You can also Map the UNC path to a network drive and change the location of the My Documents folder to that mapped network drive.
Doing this, you can pack as many layer or map packages as you want and will be able to open them without any errors.
Sisi Y. Support Analyst – Desktop, Esri Support Services – Charlotte, NC