October 2019
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Copying your ArcGIS Desktop database and server connections

A major hassle with upgrading to a new computer or a new version of ESRI desktop software is that you need to recreate your connections to your databases (generally manually). For LA County, we recently migrated to a new database with a large increase in connections, which meant that a lot of folks needed to […]

Pictometry Desktop Extension for version 10.1

I wanted to pass this along since I just received it.

Pictometry for ArcGIS Desktop–Local extensions support ArcGIS Desktop Versions 9.3 & 10 only at this time.

Pictometry continues to integrate with the ESRI ArcGIS Desktop products and we are currently reviewing development compatibility with Version 10.1. Any changes or updates to this product integration […]

What Patch Level is your ArcMap?

I'm all patched up!

Hi there,

Thought I would pass this zipped executable along – it’s useful to find out your patch level, and can quickly let you know if you should install the latest patch.

I do recommend installing ArcGIS Desktop 10.0 Service Pack 2 at this time – it’s […]

New Release of Pictometry for ArcGIS Desktop 9.3 and 10

Here are the improvements in the new release:

Improved Performance The performance when rendering layers on Pictometry images has been improved, and in many cases greatly improved. Users should notice a distinct difference from previous versions. Most of the improvements were achieved by streamlining the bounding of the layers being displayed. Additional improvements were achieved […]