I want to export layer symbology (lyr) as SLD file so I can consume 'predefined look' in other GIS desktop applications.
Here is an external program that worked in the past: ArcMAP2SLD
recently adapted by the developer to support .Net 3.5
In the past it worked for me, but native support is always better and really OCG compliant, which ArcGIS lack on details to my humble meaning
I have tried to create a SLD file from raster and it is not supported. Do you know how to create SLD file from raster?
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My department provides spatial data to the public but they are not all ESRI users.
I would also really like to provide our spatial data display to the non esri users.
An ArcGIS tool to convert my layer files to an open source SLD format would solve this.
I would prefer to not have to load other software to do this conversion.
Thanks ESRI - in anticipation!
I'm sure there are big difficulties trying to convert all the intricate stuff you can do in ESRI symbology to the SLD format. Probably impossible. However, I still want it
I highly doubt there would be big difficulties. ESRI can export to KML just fine and my guess is that KML files are somewhat similar to SLD.
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