Enable Feature Binning with MS SQL Server returns "Feature Binning Not Supported on This Data Source"

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05-11-2023 08:58 AM
JimMetcalf
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Running ArcGIS Pro 3.0.3 with MS SQL Server 2019 Community (Free) edition on Windows 10 Enterprise. Data table is loaded in SQL Server and 1 million x,y's are displayed across the US.  Data source on the map is shown to be my SQL Server instance. So far so good. Invoking "Enable Feature Binning" and selecting the SQL Server data source returns an error however saying Feature Binning is not supported on this datasource. I just downloaded the SQL Server yesterday from Redmond so it's the latest/greatest version. Can anyone speculate what is going on?

 

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VaibhavS
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Hello Jim,

Below are the supported platforms for Feature binning. 

Amazon Redshift
IBM Db2
Google BigQuery
Microsoft SQL Server
Oracle
PostgreSQL
SAP HANA
Snowflake

I am not certain why you are unable to enable feature binning. Could you test this with a different edition of SQL Server? Maybe set up a new instance on SQL Server 2019 Developer edition? Both are free and can be used to test. 

Also, is the database enabled as an enterprise geodatabase? 

Cheers!
Vaibhav

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