ArcPad Data Manager shuts down ArcMap

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05-18-2010 09:41 AM
DuaneTreadon
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I am ruining ArcInfo 9.3.1 on an ELA (Enterprise License Agreement) and ArcPad 8 on its own license (not part of the ELA).  When I use the data manager to export my data for use in ArcPad I get an error message during processing.  The error signature states:

EventType : BEX     P1 : ArcMap.exe     P2 : 9.3.1.3000     P3 : 49c1abad    
P4 : ArcPadToolsGen2.dll     P5 : 8.0.3.7     P6 : 4b625e03     P7 : 000dba47
P8 : c0000409     P9 : 00000000    

ArcMap shuts down after the error and no data is processed.  This event happen when i try to export as shape file or a AXF file. 

Any thoughts on what I might be doing wrong or what might be happening?

Thanks,
JT
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denisedavis
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I'm not sure if this will help you at all but I do see my symbology when collecting data in the field.

I have a "generic" gdb created in WGS84. I have Domains set up to contain all the "types" of points, lines, or polygons I may need to capture. I have a "generic" mxd created also in WGS84 that points to the "generic" gdb. I have all of my different "types" of point features symbolized as needed in the mxd. I check out the data to a local folder and then load the folder to an SD card on my data collection device. When collecting data, I'm able to see the symbols I've created as I capture information in the field. I'm using GIS10 with ArcPad8.
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DAVARSESER
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Hello, I'm experiencing the same problem too.
I'm using ArcMap 10.0 SP2 and ArcPad 10 is installed on my computer.

The first time I used it the Data Manager succeeded in exporting one layer, and then crashed ArcMap, like a few of you.

Now, anytime I'm trying to export again, I don't even reach the pop asking which layers I'd like to export and where. So I can't even choose a local destination to export to...

Any idea?

EDIT: After trying to figure it out, I want to export a point layer that is in a .gdb on our Direction servern and which is in projection A, and a background layer that is in a ArcSDE geodatabase on the Government geographic server. The background layer's projection is different than my point layer's.

So all of a sudden, many causes for my problem, and not that many that I can influence or change to resolve it when I read the solutions given above...

It used to work on the previous versions I had installed on this same computer: ArcMap 9.3 and ArcPad 7.1. Please make it happen 😉
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LesleyRoddam
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Well, it appears there are a number of causes for ArcPad Data Manager crashing ArcMap.

When this happened to me, the cause was that two of the feature classes in my mxd had a relationship to the same table. This is not allowed by the software. Luckily, it was a table that was created but never used, so I just deleted it. I don't know how to handle this if you need to keep this related table.
Hope this helps someone!
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JuanLuera
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If you our encountering ArcMap crashing when attempting to check out data for ArcPad, I would try the following:

1. Uninstall current version of ArcPad
2. Delete ArcPad folder(s) within c:\program file\arcgis
3. Delete the My ArcPad within my documents
4. Download and install ArcPad 10.0 SP3 from Esri Customer Care Portal https://customers.esri.com/index.cfm?event=login.show
5. Launch and register ArcPad 10.0 SP3, attempt to check data out again from ArcMap
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TimBates
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Just finished installing ArcGIS 10 and ArcPad 10 and am having the same problem trying to export data from ArcMap 10 to ArcPad 10. It shuts everything down.


Very frustrating. I have the same problem with ArcGIS 10 and ArcPad 10, but not with ArcGIS 9.3.1/ArcPad 10... I have found simplifying symbology and removing all but essential labelling helps, but not reliably.

Also suspect that the presence of a mixture of projected/unprojected and different datums within checked out data is no good. Also some corrupted feature geometry will screw up ArcPad too...
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JuanLuera
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Tim,

Did you attempt my previous suggestion of moving to ArcPad 10.0 SP3? Please let us know if this issue persist and the upgrade doesn�??t resolve the issue.
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DavidRobinson4
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Tim,

Did you attempt my previous suggestion of moving to ArcPad 10.0 SP3? Please let us know if this issue persist and the upgrade doesn�??t resolve the issue.



Juan:

Please note that I pointed out a problem with Python in a recent post -- despite installing several versions of Python I could not get 10.0.3 to fully install. Do you have a solution to that since you are recommending the upgrade?

Please see my post.
http://forums.arcgis.com/threads/43524-Installing-ArcPad-10.0.3-Python-Not-Found

cheers
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JuanLuera
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David,

I replied through your posting, and once we worked this issue out we can post our results on both forums. Thanks David!
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BrysonWebber
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Any solution to this?  I started a new thread describing my problem because this one was old.  I am having the same problem but I am running ArcGIS 10.1 and ArcPad 10.0.4.  I have tried everything suggested here.  The only thing that works is moving all data to my C: drive.  It doesn't work on my second local drive.  But this is not an acceptable solution because we have an enterprise system here and it is a lot of extra steps and wasted space to do this.

So if anyone has an idea it would me much appreciated.

Bryson
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