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Is there an opportunity to turn a kml layer into a feature layer?

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09-11-2023 02:38 AM
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HannesBaade
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Hello,

I am wondering if I can turn a kml layer into a feature layer. The Data are only available as TIF-Data. I turned these Data with ArcGIS Pro into kml in order to create a layer in AGOL. My actual goal is to publisch this layer in ArcGIS for PowerBI as I have to visualize various data. Does anyone know an opportunity on how to handle this?

Thank you

B.R.

Hannes

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A_Wyn_Jones
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Hi @HannesBaade,

 

In ArcGIS Pro, please use the tool https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/latest/tool-reference/conversion/kml-to-layer.htm#:~:text=Using%20....

Convert this KML to a file geodatabase feature class (you may need the original Tiff file). Once this is created, publish this, select "Tile" in the sharing menu.

This will create a hosted tile layer. Add this to the map which is to be used in ArcGIS for Powerbi.

"We've boosted the Anti-Mass Spectrometer to 105 percent. Bit of a gamble, but we need the extra resolution."

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MiguelParedes
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Greetings @HannesBaade 

In addition to the advice provided by @A_Wyn_Jones, also have a look at the Tech Support article on Publish KML or KMZ files as hosted feature layers to ArcGIS Online from ArcGIS Pro.

Hope this is of further assistance.

Miguel

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A_Wyn_Jones
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Hi @HannesBaade,

 

In ArcGIS Pro, please use the tool https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/latest/tool-reference/conversion/kml-to-layer.htm#:~:text=Using%20....

Convert this KML to a file geodatabase feature class (you may need the original Tiff file). Once this is created, publish this, select "Tile" in the sharing menu.

This will create a hosted tile layer. Add this to the map which is to be used in ArcGIS for Powerbi.

"We've boosted the Anti-Mass Spectrometer to 105 percent. Bit of a gamble, but we need the extra resolution."
MiguelParedes
Esri Contributor

Greetings @HannesBaade 

In addition to the advice provided by @A_Wyn_Jones, also have a look at the Tech Support article on Publish KML or KMZ files as hosted feature layers to ArcGIS Online from ArcGIS Pro.

Hope this is of further assistance.

Miguel
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