Data downloaded from ArcGIS Rest Service which can open in QGIS but not ArcGIS Pro

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03-01-2024 10:37 AM
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WilliamYu811
New Contributor II

Hi there!

I downloaded several files located in "DynamicLayers" from an Taiwanese Governmental ArcGIS Rest Service server (https://sidewalk.cpami.gov.tw/arcgis/rest/services/DynamicLayer/MapServer)
by QGIS "Data Source Manager", 
but after several exports, neither saving as Geopackage or as single ShapeFile
can be opened successfully in ArcGIS Pro.


When I import the layers under GeoPackage, It pops up this:
Adding layer under gpkgAdding layer under gpkg

If I export as SHP and execute import,
It can be loaded into "Map" Window and become visible like usual,
but when I try to open the Attribute Table, the query stucks suddenly and pops up like this:

Opening Attribute Table from loaded SHPOpening Attribute Table from loaded SHP

and the file can be loaded succesfully in QGIS without error:

QGIS can load without errorQGIS can load without error

The file ("Sidewalks_Width.gpkg") can be access here. 

 

Thanks for your time with this post,
best regards,
William.

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GeeteshSingh07
Occasional Contributor II

@WilliamYu811, not sure about the reason for this issue. But, here is the solution:

Open ArcGIS Pro >> Click Add Data drop-down >> Click Add Data from path >> Paste this URL :https://sidewalk.cpami.gov.tw/arcgis/rest/services/DynamicLayer/MapServer

Click OK.

GeeteshSingh07_0-1709452516338.png

The data will be added to the map.

If you want to export data from ArcGIS Pro, you can use "Export Features" gp tool: https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/latest/tool-reference/conversion/export-features.htm

 

 

GeeteshSingh07
Occasional Contributor II

@WilliamYu811 , I was able to successfully add data using above workflow I mentioned:

GeeteshSingh07_1-1709452738068.png

 

Brian_Wilson
Occasional Contributor III

If you can open the spatial part of a shapefile but not the attributes then you have somehow separated out the *.shp file from the *.dbf.  You have to keep all the shapefile parts together in the same folder.