I have been asked to provide some data that can be read in GIS (ARCVIEW). Is it not reading a regular .gdb data?
If not, any suggestion? What I have is just an .gdb. Can I convert the data in some how?
If you have ArcMap (Standard/Advanced license), you could export the data from File Geodatabase (*.gdb) to shapefiles. ArcView should be able to read shapefiles.
Thanks. do you know what about the raster I have in my .gdb?How can I export?
Open the respective image in ArcMap > Right-click the layer > Export.
Save the raster in a basic folder (not in a geodatabase) in either *.tif or *.img format.
FAQ: What are all the file extensions related to ArcView?
Exporting a raster in ArcMap
Thanks. I have tried to follow the instruction in the provided link, but when I try to export, it seems the only way it saves it is .dbf so it doesn't make the job
A DBF option will come when you are saving a table. Are you sure you are exporting the Raster data? Could you provide screenshots?
So it is a Side scan sonar raster. Please see below
What version of ArcMap are you using? I am getting the following options of saving the Raster in following formats when my output location is a basic folder. I am using ArcMap 10.1.
Try converting Raster Catalog to Raster Dataset. Save it with .tif or .img extension.
ArcMap 10.2. How bizarre is this?
Did you check the Raster Catalog to Raster Dataset option that I mentioned?
Iam trying. it takes ages to do it. almost one hour to get 1% done just for one of the raster. I have more then 1..
Retrieving data ...