ArcPy function to export a map document’s page layout or data frame to the Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format. CONVERTING DATA IN ARCGIS ArcGIS has data conversion commands in all The context menu of a shapefile or a coverage has the Export command for . A: This error message may appear when exporting an attribute map or ranked variable map from ioGAS using the Export to ESRI Geodatabase.
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They have a routine that now exports all mapping to DGN format.
Fo, all line work comes back as complex chains with segmented lines, not lines and arcs. By this as an exampleour original right-of-way lines were one continuous line between intersections; lot lines intersect the ROW.
If so, is what we are seeing normal or is there some other functionality possible that when exported, all line work would be similar to what we are accustomed to? The linework will come in at the active Microstation attributes.
I don’t know what version of Microstation you have, but if you’ve still got an older version of Microstation, this is an MDL application that will simply import shapefile linework into a. You will need to not only have the Arcview shapefile.
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We also found that it also imports attributes into Microstation with the shapefiles if you have have a database linkage to the GIS database actively running in Microstation before starting the MDL application.
Then, in the import dialog arccobjects, check the Load Attributes box and define the name of the table in the database where the GIS attribute data for your shapefile is stored, select the exporg shapefile and click on the Run button. I’ll try this with Planning’s assistance. Are you familiar with this?
There are probably options other than the default settings to stroke curves, insert intersection nodes, and so-forth. By-the-way, you first said: With the change in procedure, it was futher decided to move all GIS into a geodatabase to be compatible with arobjects county GIS. This is not what we had before.
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The symbology is pretty close, so the files look similar. But, working with the CAD data is another story.
Replies 7 replies Subscribers 55 subscribers Views views Users 0 members are here. Up 0 Down Cancel. Steve Kipping over 8 years ago in reply to jameshaneyjr.
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Jim, I’ll try this with Planning’s assistance. Offline Dan Weston over 8 years ago in reply to Steve Kipping.
Steve Kipping over 8 years ago in reply to Dan Weston. Thanks again for your time, SKK.