if I have geographic information in oracle (oracle spatial), Do you can access it and view / write it in ArcMap (I don´t have a GDB ,because not AGServer, only Desktop and DBMS Oracle ?
I know that SQL Server if possible
thanks in advanced
You are able to view SDO_Geometry/Oracle Spatial data from within ArcGIS applications (as long as the Oracle client is installed and configured properly)
I do not think that you can edit the SDO_Geometry data with out the geodatabase tables. This is also true in SQL Server, you are unable to edit SQL Server spatial tables (with no geodatabase).
I have tested both databases systems with their native geometry and was unable to edit from within ArcMap from a non-geodatabase.
Hopefully this helps.
I found a video(Web enabling databases with ArcGIS for Server) in that Ismael Ch. explained and maked edits on SQL without GDB, so I thought that it could also oracle.
I am not sure about the Server side and editing, but from ArcMap you can not.
I believe that it has something to do with Feature Services and editing that way.....
Editing data from a database is only possible from ArcGIS 10.2.x on-wards, using a Feature Service. It is not possible to edit the data coming from a simple database using ArcMap.
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