How to view geodatabase file?

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02-20-2015 08:42 AM
HuyHo
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We have a geodatabase file that was created by our customer through ArcMap (using Share As > Runtime content...).  Is there a way we can open this geodatabase file in ArcMap and see its content?  With dynamic map packages (.mpk) and tile packages (.tpk), this can be done by just double-click to open the content in ArcMap.  This lets us see how these map packages are built and identify any potential issues.  However, with geodatabase files, the entire content is a black box to us.

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dotMorten_esri
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I don't think that's possible - but if you just want to poke around in the database tables and not view the data on a map, you can use SQLiteSpy: SQLiteSpy [Delphi Inspiration]

If you want to view the data on a map, you can of course use the runtime

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dotMorten_esri
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I don't think that's possible - but if you just want to poke around in the database tables and not view the data on a map, you can use SQLiteSpy: SQLiteSpy [Delphi Inspiration]

If you want to view the data on a map, you can of course use the runtime