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  1. #1
    Biblioman
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    Par défaut Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    L’aide de la v10.2 est en ligne…
    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...000001p000000/

    et donc le What's new in ArcGIS 10.2
    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...005s000000.htm

    J'y ai noté:
    L'outil excel Excel toolset , conversion feuille de calcul <-> table

    L'outil JSON toolset pour entité <-> JSON
    Le GeoTagged Photos To Points conserve maintenant la direction de la prise de vue
    Le multicore ajouté aux outils Reclassify, Weighted Overlay, Weighted Sum, Zonal Statistics, Zonal Statistics As Table.
    Le support SQLite SQLite via le type Esri ST_Geometry type ou SpatiaLite avec CreateSQLiteDatabase .
    Support PostgreSQL 9.2
    Support
    Pleiades, and SPOT6
    Fichiers lidar las, un fichier auxiliaire de stats est créé
    a LAS auxiliary file (.lasx)
    4 nouvelles variables d'environnement de géoprocessing:



    What's new in ArcGIS 10.2

    What's New

    ArcGIS 10.2 is a full release of the ArcGIS platform. It includes enhanced functionality, stability improvements, and better support for connectivity, security, and enterprise readiness.
    ArcGIS 10.2 introduces several new products. Portal for ArcGIS is now a core product that you deploy on your internal network to share maps, applications, and other geographic information with other members of your organization. It enables the capabilities of ArcGIS Online behind your organization's firewall. With the introduction of a new extension to ArcGIS for Server called ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor, organizations can process extensive real-time data on the fly and display relevant information from these feeds in ArcGIS clients.
    Other enhancements in ArcGIS 10.2 include improved support for using maps in the field in an enterprise, many new geoprocessing tools, support for new data formats and databases, and better search capabilities for rasters and imagery. In addition, new mobile applications and updated SDKs and APIs have been released.
    The following sections summarize changes in the software in different functional areas. Each section includes links to topics with more information for that specific area of the software.
    Geoprocessing

    There are a number of new tools, improvements to existing tools, and new ArcPy functions at ArcGIS 10.2.
    New and improved tools

    The following geoprocessing tools have been added or improved for ArcGIS 10.2:
    3D Analyst toolbox

    The new CityEngine toolset in the 3D Analyst toolbox includes two new geoprocessing tools to help you process and display 3D data using embedded CityEngine capabilities:

    • Features From CityEngine Rules tool creates multipatch geometries from 2D or 3D input features using rules authored in CityEngine. This allows you to generate detailed 3D models directly from within ArcGIS.
    • Export To 3D Web Scene tool exports ArcScene documents to a CityEngine Web Scene format (.3ws) which you can upload and share via ArcGIS Online. Web Scenes can be viewed on any WebGL-compliant browser.

    The Visibility toolset contains a new tool for visibility analysis: Intervisibility tool.
    The Raster To TIN tool now honors the output extent environment setting.
    The Construct Sight Lines tool includes a new Output The Direction parameter which adds two additional fields to the output sight lines to indicate direction: AZIMUTH and VERT_ANGLE (vertical angle).

    Cartography toolbox

    The Delineate Built-Up Areas tool includes a new Minimum Building Count parameter to control the minimum number of buildings that must be collectively considered for representation by an output built-up area polygon.

    Conversion toolbox

    A new Excel toolset has been added for converting Excel spreadsheets to and from tables.
    A new JSON toolset has been added for converting features to and from their JSON representation.
    The new Multipatch to Raster tool provides the ability to convert a Multipatch dataset to a raster surface.

    Data Management toolbox

    The Data Management toolbox includes a new Archiving toolset, which contains tools for working with geodatabase archiving.
    The following changes have been made in the Raster toolset:



    Data Reviewer toolbox

    The Data Reviewer toolbox includes a new tool, Delete Reviewer Session. This tool removes one or more Reviewer sessions and all records associated with them. Use this tool with other Reviewer geoprocessing tools such as Create Reviewer Session and Execute Reviewer Batch Job to automate quality-control workflows.

    Geostatistical Analyst

    The new GeostatisticalDatasets ArcPy class can be used to automate geostatistical interpolation by providing a mechanism for applying interpolation parameters to new datasets.

    Spatial Analyst toolbox

    A new, more comprehensive way for analyzing the surface locations visible to a set of observers is provided by the Visibility tool. One of the primary benefits of this new tool over the previous Observer Points and Viewshed tools is the ability to define visibility parameters directly in the tool, instead of as static values from the attribute table of the input observer features.
    Multicore support has been added to the following tools: Reclassify, Weighted Overlay, Weighted Sum, Zonal Statistics, Zonal Statistics As Table.

    Spatial Statistics toolbox

    A new Optimized Hot Spot Analysis tool has been added.
    Both the Cluster and Outlier Analysis and Hot Spot Analysis tools have a new Apply False Discovery Rate (FDR) Correction parameter.


    ArcPy


    • You can now automate publishing geocode services using Python. CreateGeocodeSDDraft function can be used to create service definitions from your address locators.
    • You can create an SQLite database that contains the Esri ST_Geometry type or SpatiaLite using the new CreateSQLiteDatabase workspace function.


    ArcPy functions

    Raster functions

    RasterToNumPyArray now supports the direct conversion of multiband rasters to three-dimensional numPy arrays. Specifically,

    • If the input Raster instance is based on a multibanded raster, it returns a three-dimensional (3D) array, where the length of the first dimensions represents the number of bands. The 3D array will have the dimensions (bands, rows, columns).
    • If the input Raster instance is based on a single raster or a specific band from a multibanded raster, it returns a two-dimensional (2D) array with the dimensions (rows, columns).

    NumpyArrayToRaster supports the direct conversion of three-dimensional numPy arrays to multiband raster.

    • If the input array has three dimensions (3D), it returns a multiband raster, where the number of bands equals the length of the first dimension and the size of the raster is defined by the second and third dimensions (bands, rows, columns).
    • If the input array has two dimensions, it returns a single-band raster, where the size of the raster is defined by the dimensions (rows, columns).

    Note:
    Note: If the input array has three dimensions, and the first dimension has size 1, it returns a single-band raster.




    Geoprocessing services

    Geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Server Linux are on average 25 percent faster due to file input/output optimization.


    Signing in to ArcGIS Online from ArcGIS for Desktop

    Signing in to ArcGIS Online allows you to access your content, your organization's data and applications, and public content from Esri, communities, and users. You also need to sign in to publish and share on ArcGIS Online.
    ArcGIS 10.2 includes enhancements to the process of signing in to ArcGIS Online from the ArcGIS for Desktop applications. These include security improvements and the ability to specify how often ArcGIS for Desktop checks for a connection to ArcGIS Online.
    Signing in from an ArcGIS for Desktop application is performed similarly regardless of whether you are accessing the ArcGIS Online website or a local portal. Many users will sign in with an ArcGIS account, either an ArcGIS public account or one that is part of ArcGIS Online for organizations. Your administrator can utilize your organization's enterprise security infrastructure and set up other forms of authentication, such as allowing you to sign in to ArcGIS Online with your Windows login. In that case, you see the same ArcGIS Online sign in dialog box, but you enter the login information provided by your administrator. Your administrator could also allow you to insert a security card to sign in to ArcGIS Online. By default, ArcGIS for Desktop connects to the ArcGIS Online website. To sign in to a portal or use these security methods, your administrator needs to enter the portal URL in the Manage ArcGIS Portal Connections dialog box.
    By default, ArcGIS for Desktop checks for a connection when you start an application, such as ArcMap. If you have an intermittent connection, such as if you are in the field with periodic connectivity, you should change this setting to have ArcMap test for a connection at an interval. This way, you can be alerted when you lose your connection and are unable to access the functionality dependent on it. If you work completely offline, you can tell ArcGIS to never check for a connection. You can change the frequency of the check through the properties of the ArcGIS Connection Utility in the Windows system tray.

    Mapping

    Document compatibility between ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2

    ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2 map, globe, and scene documents are directly compatible with each other. You can open an ArcGIS 10.2 document in ArcGIS 10.1 without any special steps.

    Bing Maps

    Complimentary use of Bing Maps is being phased out for Esri products. With ArcGIS 10.2, you need to obtain a license key directly from Microsoft to use any of the basemaps in the Bing Maps collection. If an administrator registers a Bing Maps key with an ArcGIS Online for organizations account, any user in the organization can access Bing Maps when signed in. You can enter the key through the Set Bing Key application (SetBingKey.exe), which you can access in the \bin folder in the location where you installed ArcGIS.
    As a replacement, consider using the ArcGIS World Imagery basemap. It provides one meter or better satellite and aerial imagery in many parts of the world and lower resolution satellite imagery worldwide.

    Reports

    ArcGIS reporting tools now allow you to create customizable mailing labels from data in a layer or table. See Creating mailing labels for more information.


    Geodata

    Geodatabases and databases

    Support has been added for IBM Netezza 7.0 and INZA 2.5, which includes the Netezza Spatial Esri Package. The Netezza Spatial Esri Package is an ST_Geometry data type rather than a varchar.
    Support has been added for PostgreSQL 9.2. You must use the 9.2 versions of the st_geometry libraries when creating a geodatabase or installing ST_Geometry in a PostgreSQL 9.2 database. The 9.2 st_geometry libraries can be found in the DatabaseSupport directory in ArcGIS client installation directories.
    Beginning with ArcGIS 10.2, you can connect to and work with simple feature data in a Teradata database or SQLite database. This allows you to view and analyze the spatial data you have stored in these databases without having to move your data to a geodatabase. An ArcPy function is provided with ArcGIS 10.2 that creates an SQLite database. See CreateSQLiteDatabase for more information.
    The following changes have been made in ArcGIS 10.2 that affect versioned views:

    • The Create Versioned View geoprocessing tool is no longer available; however, existing scripts and models that use the tool will still work.
    • You can create a versioned view on a versioned dataset that does not have one by right-clicking the dataset in the Catalog tree in ArcGIS for Desktop, pointing to Manage, and clicking Enable SQL Access. Enable SQL Access replaces the Create Versioned View menu item.
    • Versioned views created in ArcGIS 10.2 or later releases follow the naming convention <table name>_evw.

    Geodatabase archiving is now supported on tables that are not registered as versioned. When the nonversioned table is enabled for archiving, an archive view is created. Use the archive view to update, insert into, or delete rows from the archive-enabled table using SQL. If you need to create an archive view on the table after it is enabled for archiving (for example, if you did not have privileges to create views when you enabled archiving), you can use Manage > Enable SQL Access in ArcGIS for Desktop.
    After you create a table or feature class, you might decide that one of your field definitions needs to change to fit your workflow. For example, you may find that a field you defined as not nullable actually needs to allow null values. Starting with ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop, you can alter certain field properties in existing tables and feature classes. See Modifying field properties for more information.
    To let you determine the exact version of your geodatabase, the Upgrade Status on the General tab of the Database Properties dialog box in ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop will show the version and service pack or patch level of the 10.2 or later release geodatabase to which you are connected.
    At 10.2, you can publish data from your DB2, Informix, Oracle, PostgreSQL, or SQL Server database as a feature service on your ArcGIS Server. See Publishing feature services from databases.

    Raster

    Finding the right images is often a tedious task, but the search capability has been enhanced to make it easier to search for your raster data. The Search window now lets you search for all raster data types, such as raster datasets, mosaic datasets, raster catalogs, raster products, mosaic dataset items, and image service items. The search can find rasters based on many image properties such as sensor name, product type, format, cloud cover, and so on. See Searching for images in ArcGIS for more information.
    Support for three new raster types has been added: DMCii, Pleiades, and SPOT6. Also, ArcGIS 10.2 supports a new extension that allows you to add various raster types for Chinese Satellite Imagery into a mosaic dataset. See Raster Types for Chinese Satellite Imagery for more information.
    The RPDef (raster process definition) file is now supported as a Raster Product. This means that you can now browse to and view an RPDef file without having to add it to a mosaic dataset.
    There are three new raster geoprocessing tools: Merge Mosaic Dataset Items, Split Mosaic Dataset Items, and Compute Pan-sharpening Weights. As well, there were many upgrades to existing raster geoprocessing tools.
    The Local function is a new raster function that allows you to perform bitwise, conditional, logical, mathematical, and statistical operations on a pixel-by-pixel basis. The Spatial Analyst extension is required to use the Local function.
    The Sum operator has been added to any tools and functions that use the mosaic operator. The Sum operator allows you to add the pixel values of all the overlapping cells into the output mosaic.

    CAD

    Direct-read support has been added for AutoCAD 2013 DWG drawing file format 19.0. This is a new DWG file format introduced by Autodesk for all AutoCAD 2013 related products and a critical format for customers who work with AutoCAD source data.


    Editing

    Parcel editing

    Creating new parcels

    When creating a new parcel, you can click Load Cadastral XML on the Parcel Details dialog box to append a parcel traverse from a cadastral xml file into the Lines grid. The load cadastral xml functionality appends a single set of parcel traverse lines. Any populated line attributes saved with the cadastral xml file are also appended into corresponding attributes in the Lines grid.

    Parcel history

    When creating a new plan, if a LegalDate attribute is entered for the plan attributes, this attribute will be copied down to the LegalStartDate attribute of new parcels created in the plan. The LegalDate attribute is also copied down to the LegalEndDate attribute of any parcels that become historic as a result of a new parcel transaction, for example, merging parcels to create a new parcel.



    Services

    GIS services are supported on Portal for ArcGIS

    Portal for ArcGIS is now a core product that you deploy on your internal network to share maps, applications, and other geographic information with other members of your organization. The content that you share is delivered to the people in your organization through a website, which you can customize to fit your organization's look and feel.
    You can configure ArcGIS 10.2 for Server to work with Portal for ArcGIS. This allows you to host map and feature services on ArcGIS Server that you can make available to the users in your organization through the portal. You can also use your ArcGIS Server print and geocode services to support maps and applications your users create in Portal for ArcGIS.

    Back up and restore your site configuration

    You can now make a backup of your site configuration and use it to restore your settings if your site is taken offline unexpectedly or experiences other changes that you want to roll back. The backup and restore operations are invoked through included command line utilities or through the ArcGIS Server Administrator API. The backup information is stored in a single file that you can reference when you perform the restore.
    See Backing up and restoring your ArcGIS Server site configuration.

    Publishing feature services from databases

    Prior to 10.2, you could only publish a map service with feature access enabled (a feature service) to ArcGIS Server if the database contained a geodatabase. At 10.2, you can publish editable feature services from supported database management systems. See the ArcGIS database management system requirements for a list of supported databases and spatial data types.

    Map, feature, image, and WFS services now use standardized queries

    ArcGIS Server includes a security option that forces developers to use standardized SQL queries when working with map, feature, image, and WFS services through REST or SOAP. This helps prevent SQL injection attacks and also makes it easier for developers and applications to query ArcGIS Server services. Standardized queries are enforced by default, but can be disabled by the server administrator.
    For more information, see About standardized queries.

    New CachingControllers service improves stability when multiple cache jobs are submitted at once

    A new geoprocessing service CachingControllers is preconfigured in the System folder. This service manages all the jobs being processed by the CachingTools service.
    The CachingControllers service can help your server from becoming overwhelmed when multiple publishers submit caching jobs at the same time. The maximum number of instances you allow for the CachingControllers service represents the maximum number of caching jobs you can run simultaneously. Additional caching jobs are queued.

    ArcGIS Server Manager enhancements

    ArcGIS Server Manager includes a number of improvements that can help you administer your ArcGIS Server site:

    • If you're an ArcGIS Server administrator and you want to prevent publishers from automatically copying data to the server when they publish, you can disable data copying using Manager. Previously, this functionality was only exposed through the ArcGIS Server Administrator Directory. For full instructions, see Disabling automatic data copying when publishing to the server.
    • A new dialog box—Service Workspaces—has been added to ArcGIS Server Manager to help you keep track of which folders or databases your services are using. For more information, see Reviewing service workspaces in Manager.
    • The Restart button has been removed from the Manage Services module in Manager. Additionally, the Stop button is active only for a service if the service is running, and the Start button is active only when a service is stopped. To restart a service, click Stop then click Start to restart it.


    OLE DB data source support

    OLE DB connections provide uniform access to data from a variety of sources but are nonspatial connections. At ArcGIS 10.2 for Server, you can now use these data sources in your services. When publishing, you can have the OLE DB data copied to the server as part of the publishing action, or alternatively, you can register it with the server to prevent data copying. To learn more, see the following topics:




    Extensions

    ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension

    LAS dataset

    At 10.2 when statistics are calculated, a LAS auxiliary file (.lasx) is created for each LAS file. It stores the calculated statistical information and a new spatial index for each LAS file. Spatial indexes provide faster access to the source lidar data and they improve the overall performance of a LAS dataset. The improvements are particularly effective for larger LAS files (e.g., greater than 500 MB) and for organizations that have a central LAS repository that is exposed on a network.

    3D Web Scenes

    ArcScene documents can now be exported to 3D Web Scenes using the new CityEngine toolset. The output 3D Web Scene (.3ws) is a new ArcGIS Online item type for 10.2 and can be easily uploaded and shared to ArcGIS Online, Portal, or a local Web Server. This new capability allows you to visualize and share your 3D data in a web browser, making it easier to communicate complex 3D content with others.

    Rule-driven 3D content

    ArcGIS 10.2 allows ArcGIS 3D Analyst users to utilize rule packages authored in CityEngine 2013 with their existing geoprocessing workflows. Multipatches are generated from existing 2D and 3D features with the applied rules.


    ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server extension

    The ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server extension is a new extension for ArcGIS for Server that enables real-time GIS for streaming data. It allows you to connect with virtually any type of streaming data and automatically alert personnel when specified conditions occur—all in real time. GeoEvent Processor changes your everyday GIS applications into frontline decision apps, helping you respond faster with remarkable accuracy whenever and wherever change occurs.
    For more information, see What is the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server extension?.

    ArcGIS Schematics extension

    Packaging schematic data and copying schematic data when publishing a schematic service

    Map packages (.mpk) have been enhanced to support schematic diagram layers. This means that starting with ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop, you can package schematic diagrams that are referenced in a map document. For more information, see About packaging schematic diagrams.
    Due to this enhancement, schematic data can also be copied to the server when publishing. Moreover, this is now the default behavior when your schematic data is not registered with the server. For more information, see About publishing schematics data.

    Migration and export schematic dataset functions changes

    In Schematics versions prior to 10.2, when migrating and exporting schematic datasets, you had no way to filter the schematic diagrams you want to export or migrate. Schematics 10.2 provides new migration and export schematic dataset functions that allow you to filter out the set of diagrams you want to migrate or export.


    Data Interoperability extension

    Support for U.S. Census Bureau TIGER/GML, Google Spreadsheet, and 14 other file formats have been added. See Supported formats with the Data Interoperability extension for a complete listing of supported formats.


    Industry solutions

    Geocoding

    Geocoding a table of addresses with the ArcGIS Online World geocode service is supported. You may use the service to geocode addresses and places in over 100 countries from a single end point. To use the service for batch geocoding, an ArcGIS Online for organizations subscription is required. Once you have the subscription, you can set up a service connection to the World geocode service. See Geocoding a table of addresses using ArcGIS Online geocode service for more information and instructions.
    If you need to use the previous version of ArcGIS Online geocode services, you may set up a service connection to the services in http://tasks.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/services.

    ArcGIS for 3D Cities

    The ArcGIS for 3D Cities solution helps you plan and understand your city by providing the foundation for managing, visualizing, analyzing, and sharing 3D urban spaces. It organizes all your city data—such as your buildings, zoning regulations, facilities, and city-managed assets like trees and street lights—into a well-defined information model, and comes with a set of specialized tools and workflows. It also takes advantage of powerful new 3D geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS 10.2 for content creation and 3D urban analysis such as visual impact.


    Mobile GIS

    Applications

    The following are new apps released since ArcGIS 10.1:


    See these topics for new functionality in existing mobile applications:



    APIs





    SDKs and APIs



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  2. #2
    Biblioman
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    http://veryspatial.com/2013/07/esri-...ary-live-blog/
    They’ve put a lot of emphasis on quality (thank god) and a bunch of new analytic tools as well as some Big Data integration.
    [...]
    There will be new tools for the desktop for image discovery. Jack is now talking about something called Premium Services. They’re working with partners to deliver as close to real time imagery as one could hope without a larger defense budget Several partners, such as Digital Globe and the Weather Service, are delivering the data. These services are coming out later this summer.
    [...]
    There is a new extension called GeoEvent Processor. It exploits real time data.
    [...]
    Apparently 10.2 is coming out in a couple of weeks.
    [...]
    James Tedrick is doing the Top 10 list. 10: Improved Excel tools. There is now a tool to automatic the import of a spreadsheet. Instead of a csv file, we get a native xls file. 9: We’ll also be able to export a JSON format version, which is awesome for the programming nerds like me. 8: Hotspot tool to do hotspot analysis. 7: ArcDesktop now has access to ArcGIS Online. Sadly, I thought it already did 6: PKI Security integrated into ArcGIS Desktop (if ever an applause communicated the phrase ‘uhmm… what?’, that applause just did). 5: You can share your maps for your organization just like sharing ArcGIS Online, but it’s only for your organization. It’s all based upon Portal. 4: A bunch of planning solutions and templates in ArcGIS. 3: Developer solutions through github. You can view and download their code and then alter it. That’s pretty cool. 2: Performance, which isn’t a surprise given what they said it was a focal point. 1: Performance. Because it’s that important. They’ve added parallel processing in 10.2 Surprised bug fixes wasn’t mentioned into the list. I’m sorry to say that was the saddest applause for a top 10 list in the last 5 years. Sorry James
    [...]

    Les vidéos de plénière:
    http://www.esri.com/events/user-conference
    http://video.esri.com/watch/2525/arc...-james-tedrick


    Les questions réponses:
    http://events.esri.com/uc/QandA/inde...1D0EB8490B776D
    Morceaux choisis :
    Q: I hear a lot about Big Data and Hadoop, what are they? Are there sessions at the UC?
    Big data has become commonly defined through data that is big in volume, unstructured velocity, and diverse. As data grows in great proportions, traditional solutions for data management and processing become more limited. Big data technologies have emerged as the means to address those limitations and give analysts the ability to not only store much larger amounts of data, but also to analyze it efficiently.
    Hadoop is an open source framework, provided by Apache, and it implements the technology to run parallel processing on low-grade machines with very large amounts of data. Hadoop has become a very popular framework with its different components that address different usability needs. More information can be found in this ArcNews article and this paper.
    Esri recognizes the power and value that Hadoop brings through parallel processing, and is now contributing to that framework through providing the open source project of GIS Tools for Hadoop. The project enables developers to perform topological and relational operations on spatial data that is stored in Hadoop, and then pull the results into ArcGIS for visualization and further analysis. Hadoop and GIS developers are now able to leverage this source code, extend and share it within the open source community.
    During the User Conference there will be a number of technical sessions presented to help users get familiar with this topic. The first session is focused on users that are new to Hadoop, and it includes information on how to get started with using the GP tools in GIS Tools for Hadoop. The second session is focused on developers and getting more familiar with GIS Tools for Hadoop.
    Technical sessions:
    • Big Data Spatial Analytics - An Introduction. Thursday, July 11 at 10:15am
    • Big Data: Using ArcGIS with Apache Hadoop. Tuesday, July 9 at 8:30am and Wednesday, July 10 at 3:15pm
    Demo theatre presentation:
    • Big Data and Flying Dragons. Wednesday, July 10 at 3:15pm
    Additionally, this year the Big Data/ NOSQL Special Interest Group Meeting will be held Wednesday, July 10, at noon. Amazon Web Services is sponsoring the meeting.

    Q: How is Esri integrating ArcGIS with big data technology?
    Esri is currently developing geospatial tools for Hadoop and integrating it with ArcGIS. Esri has released an open source library of tools known as GIS Tools for Hadoop. These libraries enrich the Hadoop big data computing environment with spatial analysis and geoprocessing tools. These tools are integrated with ArcGIS to enable the powerful environment of Hadoop to be leveraged by ArcGIS users.
    Users can leverage the tools with multiple flavors of Hadoop runtimes that includes on-premise deployments of Hadoop, or cloud based ones. Esri is collaborating with various Hadoop runtime providers, like Cloudera and Amazon Web Services, to facilitate the use of Hadoop for ArcGIS users.


    Q: When will ArcGIS move to using Python 3.x?
    We currently do not have a timeframe for moving to the Python 3.x release. The Python team is researching the implications and encourages customers to make us aware of their need for support for Python 3 by sharing use cases and examples.

    Q: When will ArcMap support true multi-core processing/rendering/calculating etc?
    Regarding support for multi-core, ArcMap currently has thread-based functionality for display and user interface so that refresh does not interrupt menu interaction. We have in development a new desktop application that leverages this approach to a much greater extent. This application is planned to be in beta around the end of this year. - See more at: http://events.esri.com/uc/QandA/inde....SAAATQpx.dpuf


    Q: When will ArcGIS support conversion between vertical coordinate systems?
    Currently, some support exists in the Data Interoperability extension for transforming between ellipsoidal and orthometric heights within the same vertical coordinate system. We have ongoing work in this area and plans to fully support vertical coordinate system transformations in the future.


    Q: What is the future of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop and ArcGIS Explorer Online?
    Esri will continue supporting the existing free ArcGIS Explorer Desktop application for the next few years. In future releases you can expect bug fixes and compatibility with the ArcGIS platform. We are building a next generation of Explorer called Explorer for ArcGIS (details above). These two apps will live together on the Windows platform and over time the new Explorer app will get the capabilities found in Explorer Desktop
    ArcGIS Explorer Online is in a mature support phase. It will continue to be available; however, it is no longer being updated or actively developed. Both the ArcGIS.com map viewer and the new Explorer app will have the same capabilities as Explorer Online so we expect users will migrate to one or both of these alternatives.

    Q: What will be involved in migrating my implementation from 10.1 to 10.2? Will I have to write new application code? Are there changes in the fundamental data model?
    The 10.2 release is mainly focused on quality, and the new functionality has been focused in specific areas related to the overall platform and specific tools. Migration should have minimal to no impact on existing application code; however, we encourage developers of custom applications to recompile with version 10.2 and test before deploying.

    Q: What new features are in ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop?
    Enhanced Quality and Performance
    • Expanded parallel processing
    • Many software quality improvements
    • Optimized file handling
    Improved Security
    • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) support
    • Single sign on Authentication
    • Standardize SQL parser
    Geodata
    • Support for new workspaces (Teradata, SQLite, PostgreSQL 9.2)
    • The ability to modify field properties on supported DBMSs
    • New archiving tool set
    New Analytical Tools
    • 16 new geoprocessing tools
    • New Conversion tools for Excel and JSON
    • 74 new or modified tool parameters
    • Optimized Hot Spot Analysis
    Improved Mapping and Reporting
    • Improved PDF export
    • Improved generalization
    • Mailing label generation
    3D GIS
    • Create 3D Web Scenes with ArcScene or CityEngine
    • Embedded CityEngine 3D modeling
    • ArcGIS for 3D Cities support
    New Imagery Tools
    • Upload cached imagery to ArcGIS Online
    • Ability to search imagery
    • Better tools and new workflows
    Improved Publishing
    • Directly to your Portal for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online

    Q: What is version 11, is that the next ArcGIS release?
    The next release after version 10.2 is 10.2.1, planned for the end of 2013. We plan to continue updating ArcGIS for Desktop every 4-6 months. ArcGIS 10.2.1 is the proposed name for this release. This release is part of the platform-wide update later this year to support taking your ArcGIS for Desktop maps and data onto a smartphone or tablet for offline use.
    Esri is planning an overall platform update, which we are currently referring to as version 11. As part of that release we will be including a new desktop application for GIS professionals. This application will run on Windows 7 and 8 and take full advantage of modern professional hardware. This new application will not affect your current work with ArcGIS for Desktop, and will be part of a general upgrade to ArcGIS services, online content, and apps. It will run side by side with existing ArcGIS applications like ArcMap and incorporate many of the functionality requests made by our users including
    • Multiple map display and multiple layout support
    • The integration of 2D and 3D
    • Streamlining the user experience for desktop users
    • Very high performance visualization
    • 64-bit support
    For more information on this new application make sure to attend the Road Ahead for Desktop GIS session at the conference.

    Q: When will ArcGIS for Desktop be able to take full advantage of 64-bit processing capabilities?
    ArcGIS for Desktop is where most user’s do their heavy GIS processing. We see the most demand for the benefits of 64 bit computing in geoprocessing. For this reason, at the 10.1 SP1 update, Esri released an optional 64 bit background-geoprocessing module that leveraged work already done for ArcGIS for Server 10.1, which is a fully 64 bit application. When 64-bit background geoprocessing is enabled in ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1 SP1, tasks will execute in 64 bit software.
    Esri is building a completely new, fully 64 bit, Windows application, which we intend to release during 2014.

    Q: When will ArcMap be a multiple core application?
    ArcMap has been using multiple threads since the 10.0 release, when the user interface and display threads became independent. In addition to this, a number of geoprocessing tools take advantage of multiple CPUs (or multiple core CPUs). The Geostatistical Analyst extension can automatically take advantage of up to 16 cores, and other tools honoring the Parallel Processing Factor environment setting (introduced at 10.1 SP1) will use the number of processes specified. The Data Interoperability extension also supports parallel processing in a number of its transformers. Lastly, the optional 64 bit background geoprocessing executable introduced at the 10.1 SP1 does its work in a separate process; the operating system will optimize the use of cores in this situation. We will continue to enhance support for multiple cores throughout the application with each release.

    Q: What are some of the enhancements to the geodatabase in ArcGIS 10.2?
    The focus at ArcGIS 10.2 is to continue to simplify the user experience for accessing and using databases. Here is a summary of some of the areas of improvement:
    Versioned Views
    • The Create Versioned View geoprocessing tool is no longer available; however, existing scripts and models that use the tool will still work.
    • You can create a versioned view on a versioned dataset that does not have one by right-clicking the dataset in the Catalog tree in ArcGIS for Desktop, pointing to Manage, and clicking Enable SQL Access. Enable SQL Access replaces the Create Versioned View menu item.
    • Versioned views created in ArcGIS 10.2 or later releases follow the naming convention <table name>_evw.
    Archiving
    • Geodatabase archiving is now supported on tables that are not registered as versioned. When the nonversioned table is enabled for archiving, an archive view is created. Use the archive view to update, insert into, or delete rows from the archive-enabled table using SQL. If you need to create an archive view on the table after it is enabled for archiving (for example, if you did not have privileges to create views when you enabled archiving), you can use Manage > Enable SQL Access in ArcGIS for Desktop.
    Administration
    • After you create a table or feature class, you might decide that one of your field definitions needs to change to fit your workflow. For example, you may find that a field you defined as not nullable actually needs to allow null values. Starting with ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop, you can alter certain field properties in existing tables and feature classes.
    • To let you determine the exact version of your geodatabase, the Upgrade Status on the General tab of the Database Properties dialog box in ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop will show the version and service pack or patch level of the geodatabase to which you are connected.
    New Geodatabase Platforms
    • Support has been added for PostgreSQL 9.2. You must use the 9.2 versions of the st_geometry libraries when creating a geodatabase or installing ST_Geometry in a PostgreSQL 9.2 database.

    Q: What are some of the enhancements for databases in ArcGIS 10.2?
    Support has been added for IBM Netezza 7.0 and INZA 2.5, which includes the Netezza Spatial Esri Package. The Netezza Spatial Esri Package is a ST_Geometry data type rather than a varchar.
    Beginning with ArcGIS 10.2, you can connect to and work with simple feature data in a Teradata database or SQLite database. This allows you to view and analyze the spatial data you have stored in these databases without having to move your data to a geodatabase. An ArcPy function is provided with ArcGIS 10.2 that creates an SQLite database. See CreateSQLiteDatabase for more information.

    Q: What is going to happen to the SDE command line tools? Will you be continuing to add to the Geodatabase Administrative toolset?
    Esri recently announced in the Deprecation Plan for ArcGIS 10.1 and ArcGIS 10.2 (see http://downloads2.esri.com/support/T...NAL_050713.pdf) that ArcGIS 10.2 will be the last major release to support the SDE command line tools. We will continue to develop the Geodatabase Administrative toolset based on customer requests on ArcGIS Ideas and enhancement requests submitted through Esri technical support.

    Q: What improvements have been made in the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension at 10.2?
    ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension provides a broad range of powerful spatial modeling and analysis capabilities. To continue to improve performance, multicore support has been added to the following tools in the Spatial Analyst extension: Reclassify, Weighted Overlay, Weighted Sum, Zonal Statistics, Zonal Statistics As Table, resulting a 3-5 times performance improvement.
    In addition, a new, more comprehensive way for analyzing the surface locations visible to a set of observers is provided by the Visibility tool. One of the primary benefits of this new tool over the previous Observer Points and Viewshed tools is the ability to define visibility parameters directly in the tool, instead of as static values from the attribute table of the input observer features.
    ArcGIS Online July update will also include some hosted analytic services based upon ArcGIS Spatial Analyst capabilities. The available services include Viewshed, Profile, and Summarize Elevation, and work globally on the 90 meter resolution SRTM data or within the continental US against the 30 meter and 10 meter National Elevation Dataset from USGS. There is also a watershed delineation service based upon the NHDPlus version 2. These services can be used in ArcGIS Desktop or by developers in building custom applications (See Content section).
    - See more at: http://events.esri.com/uc/QandA/inde....ypyphF5o.dpuf


    Q: What are the new capabilities in spatial statistics in ArcGIS 10.2?
    We are very excited about a new tool called Optimized Hot Spot Analysis. This tool implements the best practices and most effective strategies for hot spot analysis parameter specification by interrogating the spatial structure of your data. For event data, for example, it will determine a proper snap distance or cell size and automatically aggregate your points. In addition, it will identify an appropriate scale for your analysis, and will apply a False Discovery Rate (FDR) correction to account for both multiple testing and spatial dependence. The FDR correction was also added as an option to the Hot Spot Analysis and the Cluster and Outlier Analysis tools. With the FDR correction you can have more confidence in your results regardless of how many features you are analyzing (the multiple testing issue) or the amount of inherent spatial autocorrelation present in your data (the spatial dependence issue).


    Q: What other improvements are being made to geoprocessing in ArcGIS 10.2?
    There are a number of new tools, improvements to existing tools, and new ArcPy functions at ArcGIS 10.2. Some of the highlights include:
    • Excel Toolset – The highly requested feature of having a straight forward way to convert data between ArcGIS and Microsoft Excel is now added to ArcGIS Desktop 10.2. The Excel toolset contains tools to convert Excel files to and from ArcGIS tables.
    • JSON Toolset – JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is a text-based, lightweight, data interchange format to share GIS data between ArcGIS and other systems. It is language-agnostic and most programming languages such as Python, C#, Java, JavaScript, and so on, provide libraries to read, manipulate, and write JSON. The JSON toolset contains tools to convert features to JSON and JSON to features based on ArcGIS REST API specification for featureset.
    • Multipatch to Raster – This new tool provides the ability to convert a Multipatch dataset to a raster surface.
    • GeoTagged Photos to Points - This existing tool now records directional information for a photo when supported by the capturing device. The output feature class will have a new field Direction with values from 0–359.99, indicating the direction the device was pointing when the photo was captured.

    Q: What is the best way to manage imagery?
    The mosaic dataset added at ArcGIS 10.0 is the optimum model for image data management. Mosaic dataset enable the concepts of “on-the-fly” processing and dynamic mosaicking to be applied to massive volumes of imagery. For all your different types of imagery, as well as gridded data and lidar, you can quickly create mosaic datasets that provide accessibility. Mosaic Datasets enable you to define different imagery products that are created “on-the-fly” and so access the full information content of imagery. The tools and workflows (on Esri’s Imagery Resource Center) to work with a wide range of different imagery have been enhanced. The mosaic datasets can be used directly in desktop, but also served as image services, making them accessible to a wide range of applications.


    Q: What new developer technology is Esri releasing?
    Native ArcGIS Runtime SDKs provide a set of development tools to rapidly build mapping and GIS applications for deployment onto Windows, Linux, and various mobile platforms. These SDKs enable developers to integrate mapping, geocoding and geoprocessing models to create rich applications for desktop and mobile devices.

    Esri plans to release three new ArcGIS Runtime SDKs during the third quarter of 2013:
    • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for OS X – provides Apple developers an Objective-C API to add maps and GIS functionality to their applications. The SDK supports Cocoa applications designed for a range of Mac computers.
    • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt – provides C++ developers use of the Digia Qt framework to create highly functional GIS applications that use local services, yet have a small footprint. Developers can build and deploy ArcGIS applications on both Windows and Linux platforms, 32- and 64-bit.
    • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Windows Store apps – provides .NET developers a high performance mapping experience for modern apps on Windows 8 and Windows RT. The SDK is founded on an ArcGIS core runtime, built for the Windows Runtime.
    Updates to existing ArcGIS Runtime SDKs (WPF, Java, Windows Mobile, Window Phone, iOS and Android) are also expected to be released during the third quarter, 2013.


    Q: Is the ArcObjects SDK still a good choice for building custom desktop GIS applications?
    We strongly recommend that you consider the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs if you are going to embark on any new development projects for which you might have previously considered ArcGIS Engine. When it comes to Desktop deployment, these Runtime SDKs support embedding GIS inside of WPF, Java, Mac OS, and Qt applications you design and build. While Esri will continue to release critical hot fixes and patches to the ArcObjects SDK as deemed necessary, building rich apps with this SDK is no-longer Esri’s long-term strategy for these types of development projects, and no new development is planned at this time. The Runtime SDKs are much simpler to use, modular, easier to deploy, and designed for focused ArcGIS applications that make use of ArcGIS Online services as well as local GIS resources and analysis. We encourage our existing ArcGIS Engine developers to start making their migration plans to this platform as quickly as possible. Please visit the ArcGIS for Developers website for more details.

    Q: What OGC standards does ArcGIS support?
    Esri continues to support a number of OGC standards in different products based on their applicability. These include:
    • Simple Features (SF)
    • Simple Features GML (SF GML)
    • Keyhole Markup Language (KML)
    • Web Map Services (WMS)
    • Style Layer Descriptor (SLD)
    • Web Feature Services (WFS)
    • Web Feature Services Transactions) WFS-T
    • Web Processing Services (WPS)
    • Web Coverage Services (WCS)
    • Web Map Tiling Services (WMTS)
    • Catalog Services Web OGC CORE (CSW-OGC Core)
    • Geographic Markup Language (GML)
    • Filter Encoding
    • Sensor Observation Service (SOS)
    • Sensor ML
    • Observations and Measurement (O & M)
    • NetCDF
    • Water ML

    Learn more about Esri's support for OGC standards.

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    Par défaut Le Top 10 new features at 10.2 selon ESRI Inc

    http://blog.gisuser.com/2013/07/16/e...n-arcgis-10-2/
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    Remarques ESRIUC - Top 10 des nouvelles fonctionnalités de ArcGIS 10.2
    Posté le 16 Juillet, 2013 par Glenn

    Je suis un grand fan des listes de Top 10, et je suis aussi un fan de la ESRIUC annuel, alors quand il arrive à être une liste des 10 présenté sur scène lors de l'événement, j'ai tendance à prendre note! Cette année, la liste a porté sur les principales nouveautés de ArcGIS à R 10.2. ArcGIS principal produit, Jim McKinney de Esri a présenté certaines des nouvelles fonctionnalités sur scène à l'UC et il a été suivi par James Tedrick avec ses 10 nouvelles fonctions à 10.2:

    Outils Excel, dont deux outils de géotraitement, pour l'automatisation et export Excel XLS indigènes
    Jason soutien et JSON chargeur, et l'exportation
    Nouveaux outils simplifiée. Hotspot outil pour la génération de hotspot rapide
    Prêt à utiliser les services LIVE apposer, le routage, la géo codification et plus droit à l'intérieur de bureau
    Plus d'appui à la sécurité
    Partage de services au sein de votre org via le portail en ligne ArcGIS
    Des centaines de nouveaux modèles de solution pour démarrer rapidement .. Trouver des solutions pertinentes pour votre flux de travail
    Esri sur github où vous trouverez des modèles, le code et plus - Eg. Modèle social media
    Mieux Eg performance. L'indexation des fichiers LAS pour charge rapide
    Outils réécrit pour tirer parti de plusieurs processeurs ... et le traitement parallèle
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    http://blog.gisuser.com/2013/07/19/m...s-from-esriuc/

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    Il n'y a pas en faisant valoir que le ESRIUC annuel est une excellente occasion de réseautage, cependant, d'abord et avant tout, c'est une expérience éducative formidable. Après plusieurs jours, mon cerveau se gonflait et débordant d'informations et me demandais comment digérer tout cela! La journée plénière d'ouverture au ESRIUC annuel est un événement intéressant et motivant en effet. La journée est tout au sujet de la voie à suivre pour les utilisateurs ESRI et entendu parler du développement et de feuille de route pour ArcGIS et la communauté des utilisateurs. De nombreux sujets ont été abordés au cours de plusieurs heures de présentations et un certain nombre de points intéressants ont été soulevés. Ce qui suit ne sont que quelques-uns des sujets d'intérêt qui me semblaient remarquable et un intérêt pour l'utilisateur ArcGIS.

    Tous les utilisateurs d'ordinateurs à 10.2 obtenir un abonnement en ligne
    De nouvelles applications à 10.2, y compris le collecteur de données, explorateur, tableau de bord - L'application de la notion d'applications Web SIG
    Que puis-je obtenir une licence de bureau? Vous obtenez un abonnement pour un utilisateur nommé
    Esri est le plus grand utilisateur de notre propre logiciel

    Portal for ArcGIS bientôt pour 10.2
    Le nouveau developers.arcgis.com permet aux développeurs de s'inscrire applications avec la plate-forme
    À 10,2 expérience utilisateur est un domaine d'intérêt, y compris un nouveau look et un accès de clic
    Esri technologies mobiles soutien iOS, Android, Windows 7/8, iOS, Linux Win Mobile
    Collector fait partie de votre abonnement ArcGIS online
    Cartes Esri pour le bureau ont vu une nouvelle version à la fin de Juin 2013
    Nokia ICI est un partenaire platine Esri fournit des données en temps réel dans 34 pays
    L'équipe Esri Mobile dev est d'environ 130 personnes
    Prochain dans ArcGIS mobile complet Windows 8 support
    Pensez à l'Observatoire urbain comme Yif vous vivez dans une application - l'application est l'information sur le monde et a été développé avec l'idée à l'esprit que l'information du public doit être rendu accessible au public!
    Imaginez les défis et les possibilités qui existent en Inde - la population est en croissance de 8% par an, 100 milliards de dollars en exportations devraient augmenter de 250bill $ en 2025 et il ya plus de 900 millions de téléphones mobiles en usage!
    cartes Story sont devenus un nouveau type de support
    Un nouveau modèle est en train d'émerger et il ya plus de collaboration, le SIG est plus accessible, devenir social et plus facile.
    ArcGIS Online est l'Atlas Vivre! Le contenu est essentiel pour comprendre notre monde
    ArcGIS Desktop s'améliore à 10,2 - New stuff comprend mieux la cartographie et de la généralisation, environ 16 nouveaux outils, l'intégration de gros volumes de données et des analyses plus
    Portal for ArcGIS apporte ArcGIS online sur site
    ArcGIS professions est de 64 bits, fournit des outils contextuelle savez, a une interface utilisateur simplifiée, et a une intégration étroite et il ya portail avec

    2013ESRIUC 083
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2, ArcGIS Pro

    http://gisnuts.com/terra/blog/2013/0...o-announcement

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    Finally: The ArcGIS Pro Announcement

    I went to the conference expecting to hear all about 10.2. That’s not what happened. It was almost like 10.2 was a non-event. In fact, the summary that I got was that 10.2 is primarily about performance improvements and bug fixes. As it turned out, the main focus of the conference was The Road Ahead which apparently is ArcGIS Pro. Wait . . . What’s that? As @cageyjames tweeted on Tuesday “What is ArcGIS pro? Did I miss something?” Apparently we all missed the memo. Throughout the conference, we scrambled to get as much information as we could on this bombshell announcement.

    Here’s what I learned:

    At the next major release (ArcGIS 11?), there will be a new application included in the desktop suite. It will be called ArcGIS Professional.
    ArcGIS Professional will be a 64 bit application – YEAH!!!
    It will be a multi-threaded application.
    It will be one application that integrates the functionality of ArcMap, ArcCatalog, ArcScene, and ArcGlobe.
    It will be fully integrated with ArcGIS Online.
    3D Visualization will be standard. That is, it will come with all license levels. 3D analysis will of course still require the 3D Analyst extension.
    3D graphics will be both DirectX and OpenGL compatible. Not sure how this works, but great!!!! Hopefully, no more tweaking the graphics card settings.
    It will use Python 3 instead of Python 2.x. Yes, that’s right. Better start thinking about this now.
    It will have the look and feel of the 64 bit Office 2013. So the ribbon is going to get you. (Couldn’t resist the pun).
    Documents will be stored as project files. Sound familiar?
    Multiple layouts can be included in one project.
    It will have a simplified .NET API. No more COM Objects!!!
    ArcMap, ArcCatalog, etc. will continue to be supported. Sounded like there would even be a new release after 10.2, but eventually they will be replaced. And eventually in the IT world is becoming a shorter and shorter time span.

    - See more at: http://gisnuts.com/terra/blog/2013/0....8IdY85GG.dpuf
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    http://www.arcorama.fr/2013/08/uc-20...is-evolue.html
    UC 2013: La plateforme ArcGIS évolue


    La conférence mondiale des utilisateurs Esri est traditionnellement le moment clé de l'année où Esri expose sa vision et sa stratégie tout en présentant les évolutions à court et moyen terme de ses solutions. Disponible deux semaines après la conférence (en version anglaise), c'est la version 10.2 de la plateforme ArcGIS qui a été au centre de l'actualité de cette semaine de conférence.

    http://www.arcorama.fr/2013/09/uc-20...rcgis-102.html
    UC 2013: Les nouveautés d'ArcGIS 10.2

    Après un premier article de synthèse sur la vision actuelle d'Esri concernant l'évolution des Systèmes d'Information Géographique, je vous ai proposé un second résumé consacré aux évolutions de la plateforme ArcGIS en version 10.2. A quelques jours de la sortie de la version française, je termine cette série de retours sur la User Conference Esri 2013 avec un focus sur quelques unes des nouveautés fonctionnelles marquantes d'ArcGIS 10.2. Cet article est peu long, je m'en excuse par avance :-)
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    http://www.arcorama.fr/2014/01/arcgi...isponible.html
    07 janvier 2014
    ArcGIS 10.2.1 est disponible
    ArcGIS 10.2.1, la première version corrective d'ArcGIS 10.2 vient d'être mise en ligne par Esri. Pour l'instant disponible en anglais (la VF arrivera dans quelques semaines), vous pouvez la télécharger sur le Customer Care Portal Esri. Cette nouvelle version d'ArcGIS propose, pour les plateformes Desktop, Engine et Server (y compris Portal for ArcGIS), à la fois des corrections mais aussi des évolutions fonctionnelles. Je ne les détaillerai pas dans cet article mais vous trouverez dans ce document la liste complète des problèmes corrigés pour chaque produit. Je vous propose en revanche un résumé des principales évolutions fonctionnelles de cette nouvelle version.
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    Merci pour l'info
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    L'annonce ESRI Inc de la release 10.2.1:
    http://blogs.esri.com/esri/supportce...-2-1-released/
    ArcGIS 10.2.1 Released
    by raje0001 on January 13, 2014

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    Happy 2014! Esri is pleased to announce the release of ArcGIS 10.2.1. All customers current on maintenance may download it from the Esri Customer Care Portal.

    The ArcGIS 10.2.1 setup package is designed to detect and upgrade an existing installation of the same ArcGIS 10.1 (including Service Pack 1 [SP1]) or 10.2 product. The settings for the installation location, license manager (for Concurrent Use), or authorization information (for Single Use or ArcGIS Server products) are retained in the upgrade. See the following reference guides for more information on installation upgrades, new installations, or installations over versions previous to 10.2.

    The ArcGIS 10.2.1 release includes stability enhancements and improved functionality for the following ArcGIS products: ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, ArcGIS Engine, Location Analytics (Business Analyst (BA) Desktop, BA Server), Portal for ArcGIS, and ArcGIS for Desktop and Server Extensions (Aviation, Maritime, Data Reviewer, Workflow Manager, Roads and Highways, and GeoEvent Processor).

    For more information, please refer to ArcGIS Help: What’s new in ArcGIS 10.2.1.

    Some useful links for installing ArcGIS 10.2.1 and upgrading your existing systems to ArcGIS 10.2.1:

    ArcGIS 10.2.1 Quick Start Guides

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...t-guides/10.2/

    License Manager Reference Guide

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...-manager/10.2/

    ArcGIS for Desktop 10.2.1 Install Guide

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...-desktop/10.2/

    ArcGIS for Server 10.2.1 Install Guide (Windows)

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...s-server/10.2/

    ArcGIS for Server 10.2.1 Install Guide (Linux)

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...ver-unix/10.2/

    Upgrading an earlier version of ArcGIS for Server (Windows)

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...0000031000000/

    Upgrading an earlier version of ArcGIS for Server (Linux)

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...0000036000000/

    Portal for ArcGIS Install Guide (Windows)

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...-windows/10.2/

    Portal for ArcGIS Install Guide (Linux)

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...al-linux/10.2/

    Upgrading Portal for ArcGIS 10.2 to 10.2.1 (Windows)*

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...0000003v000000

    *Note: Migration to Portal for ArcGIS 10.2.1 from a pre-10.2 version is only supported through an Esri Professional Services agreement.

    ArcGIS 10.2.1 Uninstallation Utility for Windows

    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...lityGuide.html

    Rajeshwary K. – Online Support Resources
    This entry was posted in Announcements, ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, High Priority and tagged ArcGIS 10.2.1 customer care portal new release. Bookmark the permalink.
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    La version Française d'ArcGis 10.2.1 est disponible.
    http://www.arcorama.fr/2014/02/arcgi...-francais.html
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    Avec la 10.2, les commandes de barbu (sans interface graphique, en ligne de commande) d'ArcSDE sont dépréciées... Comment s'en passer ? Quelques pistes: http://esriaustraliatechblog.wordpre...nd-line-tools/
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    Avec la 10.2, les query layer continuent à être éditables avec AGS...
    http://blogs.esri.com/esri/supportce...-query-layers/
    SUMMARY

    Important things to note about query layers:
    - Query layers only persist within the map document that they were created in
    - Query layers do not require a geodatabase
    - Query layers are read-only in ArcMap when added directly from a database connection
    - Currently, query layers are only editable when accessed via certain types of services:

    10.1 – Spatial Data Server feature access enabled services can edit query layers
    This functionality only existed for one product release as it was incorporated into the feature access enabled map service at the 10.2 release
    10.2 – Query layers can be edited as part of a feature enabled map service

    - .qcf files are query connection files that were generated for the 10.0 release to allow the connection to a non-geodatabase-aware relational database to build a query layer. Starting at the 10.1 release these were no longer needed, but continued to work.
    Additional References:

    What’s new for geodatabases in ArcGIS 10 > Data management in geodatabases http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesk...000v000000.htm
    What’s new at 10.2 – See ‘Publishing feature services from databases’ http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...000005s000000/
    FAQ: What has changed in Query Layers between ArcGIS 10.0 and 10.1? http://support.esri.com/en/knowledge...s/detail/41246
    - See more at: http://blogs.esri.com/esri/supportce....Jflaj8Ds.dpuf
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    Par défaut Re : Informations sur ArcGis 10.2

    A priori limité à la 10.2, des nouveautés simplifiant les itérateurs
    http://esriaustraliatechblog.wordpre...der-iterators/
    Rincer et répéter! Travailler avec Modelbuilder itérateurs

    17 avril 2014 à 16:15 Ebony W

    Modelbuilder est souvent une arrière-pensée de la plupart des analystes SIG, cependant, il peut être un outil puissant quand il s'agit de la construction et de reproduire des flux de travail complexes, ainsi que l'automatisation de ces tâches fastidieuses, ennuyeuses.

    Les itérateurs sont uniques aux modèles, et vous permettent de boucle à travers un processus sur des valeurs uniques, des tableaux, des couches dans votre carte le document, ou même des espaces de travail.

    Ayons un regard sur les itérateurs, et comment vous pouvez les utiliser.

    Itérateurs peuvent être activés dans le menu contextuel dans le modèle lui-même. Vous avez quelques options disponibles, comme on peut le voir dans l'image ci-dessous. Pour le moment, vous ne pouvez utiliser un itérateur par modèle (voir plus loin).

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    Vous pouvez lire sur les capacités individuelles de chaque ici:
    http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/...0.2/index.html # / / 00400000000n000000

    La meilleure façon de comprendre est de regarder à un scénario simple. J'ai peut-être un jeu de données que je veux faire un filtrage basé sur une valeur unique. Pour chaque valeur unique que je spécifie (dans un tableau Excel, par exemple), je veux choisir et exporter vers une nouvelle classe d'entités. Pour ce faire, je vais utiliser le terrain des valeurs Iterator.
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    Je peux modifier les options en double-cliquant sur l'hexagone. Je choisir et feuille de calcul Excel (PestSpeciesList $), et mon champ "COM_NAME" a toutes les valeurs uniques. Je peux aussi choisir d'ignorer les valeurs nulles ou spécifier une valeur d'ignorer.
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    Une fois que je l'ai fait, l'itérateur a maintenant toutes les informations pour une boucle à travers l'ensemble de données et sélectionnez les caractéristiques sur la base des valeurs uniques dans ma feuille de calcul. fulliterator

    Chaque fois qu'il parcourt en boucle, il analyse cette valeur unique à une variable je peux maintenant utiliser dans d'autres outils de géotraitement, comme une variable d'In-Line.

    En ligne variables sont grands parce qu'ils vous permettent de remplir automatiquement les requêtes SQL, ou automatiquement nommer les noms de fichiers basés sur la valeur unique choisi. Tout ce que je dois faire est la valeur de l'entrée%% où je veux la variable à utiliser. Rappelez-vous que "Valeur" peut être n'importe quel nom que vous lui donnez, mais c'est la sortie de l'itérateur (ovale vert dans l'image ci-dessus).

    Dans ce cas, je veux exporter ces fonctions sélectionnées à une nouvelle classe d'entités, donc je vais utiliser la fonctionnalité de classe à classe Feature outil. Tous les paramètres que j'aurais dû préciser individuellement, peut maintenant utiliser la variable en ligne.
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    Récapitulons - J'ai commencé avec une feuille de calcul avec 3 valeurs uniques. L'itérateur prend chacune des trois valeurs en utilisant chaque entrée sous "COM_NAME", et utilise cette valeur unique (% Valeur%) pour sélectionner les fonctions et l'exportation vers nommées automatiquement les classes d'entités ("PestSurvey_Pricklyacacia", "PestSurvey_Parthenium", "PestSurvey_Lantana").

    Maintenant, c'est un exemple très simple. Je peux construire mes workflows complexes à l'aide de ModelBuilder, et plutôt que d'avoir à exécuter le flux de travail de façon répétitive, je peux utiliser un itérateur comme une boucle. C'est une très bonne ressource pour les gens comme moi, qui n'aiment pas écrire des scripts. Si vous avez besoin de plus d'un itérateur, vous pouvez employer les modèles imbriqués, mais c'est une toute autre entrée de blog.

    Alors allez-y et utiliser ces itérateurs, exécuter ce modèle, et prendre un café tout en ModelBuilder effectue le travail dur pour vous.

    Joyeuses Pâques!

    Ébène
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    HowTo: Read and write shapefile and dBASE files encoded in various code pages
    http://support.esri.com/en/knowledge...s/detail/21106
    Dernière modification par n314 ; 23/05/2014 à 08h30.
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