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09-07-2016 03:11 AM
jayasudha
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I have created a feature class in WGS84 with default settings.
There is default domain created as below. What does it mean ?

xmin, xmax (-400, 9006799.25474099)
ymin, ymax (-400, 9006799.25474099)

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NeilAyres
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That's the domain and tolerance page, not the extent.

That domain is the min & max limits to the GCS vales allowed in the feature class.

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DanPatterson_Retired
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looks like a weird extent which doesn't make sense given the coordinate system.  Can you provide some context... is the geodatabase in the same wgs84 coordinate reference?

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JayantaPoddar
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Is it GCS_WGS_1984? Looks like you have defined a Projected Coordinate System with datum WGS_1984.

It would be helpful if you could share the screenshot of the spatial reference of the feature Class/layer.



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jayasudha
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jayasudha
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DanPatterson_Retired
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What is the dataframe? the geodatabase?

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by Anonymous User
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You can change XY extents from feature class properties,
Are you able to do that or still have an issue..

JoeBorgione
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Does this feature class have any features in it yet?  When I create an empty feature class using WGS 84 I get:

That should just about do it....
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NeilAyres
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That's the domain and tolerance page, not the extent.

That domain is the min & max limits to the GCS vales allowed in the feature class.

jayasudha
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I think GCS domain is -180, -90, 180, 90, please advice

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