Hello, I need to connect an excel sheet exist in a SQL server & this excel sheet is refreshable "update its data per day or per hour" How Can I connect this excel sheet in ArcMap and continuation see the refreshable data and display it in ArcMap as a feature class and perform the required analysis? Thanks.
Our organization recently implemented an asset management system for our utility departments. The software is a decent product if an organization doesn't have an existing GIS. We are already invested heavily into ESRI. Needless to say the AMS software does not function well with our current GIS procedures. I was recently told not to make…(Show moreShow less)
I know for the upgrade to ArcGIS 10.7.0, the License Manager (LM) needed to be upgraded to 2018.0. In order to use concurrent use licensing for beta Pro 2.4, the LM needed to be upgraded to 2018.1. As such, will the upgrade to ArcGIS 10.7.1 for concurrent use licensing require the upgrade of the LM to 2018.1 as well?
I have been trying to do some reading around using ArcGIS Desktop on Citrix but have been unable to find an answer to the question about licencing. As Citrix functions by running multiple copies of the same process (ArcMap.exe) on the Citrix server and assuming that we are happy with all users having the same level licence do we need to only…(Show moreShow less)
We currently have batch files to change the license level: set ESRI_SOFTWARE_CLASS=Viewerset path=%path%;C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.6\binArcMap.exe But what I need to is to check in and out a license without administrator rights, can I do that? I see in this post here, that other options I can do but nothing about checking…(Show moreShow less)
Yes I am aware of all this, I am not new to GIS or ESRI. An emergency is rare but they happen, and with their tight budget and limited funds and one person that's still in training with GIS, they do not have the ability to purchase a single use at this time. Also, I am sure you are aware also that in the event of an emergency, there is never any…