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)
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.
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?
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.
What is the dataframe? the geodatabase?
You can change XY extents from feature class properties,Are you able to do that or still have an issue..
Does this feature class have any features in it yet? When I create an empty feature class using WGS 84 I get:
I think GCS domain is -180, -90, 180, 90, please advice
See here :
I have already seen this. It is about resolution, tolerance. But not domain. Please advice..
have you tried the obvious of creating a new geodatabase using default settings, then creating a new featureclass? You will have something to compare to at least. And if possible, get someone else to log in to your machine and do the same to ensure it isn't a profile issue as well
Thanks to all for discussion.
It is not issue, but trying to understand...
Oops... My bad...
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