ArcGIS Roads and Highways Migration to ArcGIS Pro 2.9 tools and document now available

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11-23-2021 03:06 PM
NathanEasley
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Pro 2.9 and ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 are now available.  For users planning to migrate their Roads and Highways environment from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro, the attached migration white paper outlines the steps to migrate successfully.

There are also two python scripts that assist with the migration effort.  You can find these tools at https://github.com/Esri/lrs-migration-toolset.

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bbieb
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Any idea on how many government entities are using ArcGIS Pro to manage their Roads and Highways data?

brian
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bbieb
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Page 4, #7.  I am assuming this should say "The LRS_EventBehavior, LRS_Locks, and LRS_Metadata tables do not need editor tracking enabled." instead of Global IDs?

7. Enable editor tracking on all feature classes and tables in the geodatabase using UTC as the time zone (including the LRS_EditLog table). The LRS_EventBehavior, LRS_Locks, and LRS_Metadata tables do not need Global IDs. To enable editor tracking, see Enable or disable editor tracking.

brian
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NathanEasley
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Hi Brian,

Yes that should ready editor tracking.  Those 3 tables don't need editor tracking or global IDs as part of the migration.

Nathan
ArcGIS Roads and Highways team

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