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ArcGIS Pro 2.9.1 Layer to KML

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02-08-2022 02:52 AM
SukhvirRehal
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Hi all,

I am using ArcGIS Pro 2.9.1 and I am trying to use the tool Layer to KML however when running this tool no KMZ gets created and I have left it running for almost 2 hours and no matter how many features are in my layer the process just runs but doesn't actually complete.

Any ideas as to what could be going on and how to resolve this?

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DanPatterson
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If you have installed any other esri products that are associated with Pro or second party software, they need to be uninstalled first.  You uninstall the software then check your c:\users,,,,Apps\ folder then rename anything that slightly resembles an esri association.  Also do the same for your registry entries (rename is best).

Once you think you have everything uninstalled and cleaned, then try a reinstall.  If that doesn't work, contact tech support since something is preventing a proper install


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DanPatterson
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Layer To KML (Conversion)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

Is it a layer in your map or a *.lyrx file?

what other options?  Output location and filename?

 


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SukhvirRehal
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Hi Dan,

The layer is in my map.

I have noticed that none of my Geoprocessing tools seem to work. I have also tried to re-project a layer and same thing happens, it runs but never completes. I have tried to uninstall and re-install Pro also with no luck.

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DanPatterson
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If you have installed any other esri products that are associated with Pro or second party software, they need to be uninstalled first.  You uninstall the software then check your c:\users,,,,Apps\ folder then rename anything that slightly resembles an esri association.  Also do the same for your registry entries (rename is best).

Once you think you have everything uninstalled and cleaned, then try a reinstall.  If that doesn't work, contact tech support since something is preventing a proper install


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SukhvirRehal
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Thanks Dan,

I tried what you suggested here

I uninstalled ArcGIS Pro, renamed folders and registry and re-installed and all seems to be working now.

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DanPatterson
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That is what I suggested alright...but you marked your answer correct 😉


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