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bharold-esristaff
Everyone likes SQLite databases - they are a single file, perform and scale well, support enough SQL to be useful and have a DB API-compliant Python module and API access in other languages.  SQLite databases can power a lot of mobile and desktop apps, ArcGIS Pro included.   SQLite as a container has an incarnation - OGC GeoPackage - that… (Show more)
bharold-esristaff
Click to view contentThis post is about automating repetitive ETL processes right from your desktop.  No code, no server.   We're seeing many people using Data Interoperability to periodically synchronize datasets between systems of record.  Typically the source data refresh 'trigger' is driven by a schedule and not some random event, and the frequency of updates is… (Show more)
bharold-esristaff
Click to view contentLet me get you through one paragraph of background before we get to the fun stuff:  In an earlier video I included an example of capturing a spatial constraint from the active ArcGIS Pro map or scene and sending it into an ETL workspace.  The sample happened to be working with a WFS service; these have a bounding box parameter that can constrain… (Show more)
bharold-esristaff
Click to view contentData Interoperability extension sees Point Cloud data, such as ASPRS LAS and Esri LAS Dataset as their own feature type, just like many other formats.  Here is some on a coastline - surf's up!   (Look above the headland)     Formats are designed to deliver specific capabilities, but all geospatial formats have something in common - a coordinate… (Show more)
bharold-esristaff
Click to view contentAgencies around the world publish their data on the web using a great variety of technologies, and while standards exist to make them accessible within ArcGIS, nothing performs within ArcGIS like our own services.  Sometimes it just makes sense to regularly synchronize data from its system of record to ArcGIS Online or Portal.  This blog is about… (Show more)
bharold-esristaff
Click to view contentWe're going on a journey to the bottom of the sea, but the real message here is the ability of ArcGIS Data Interoperability to reach out to the web (or anywhere) and get feature and media data into a geodatabase feature class with attachments without having to code.  Well just a tiny bit, but you don't have to sweat the details like a coder.   A… (Show more)