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Site Scan – Esri Edition app provides drone flight planning using your GIS content

Esri business partner 3DR has released a free app for iOS that interfaces with ArcGIS Online, allowing Esri users to view GIS content from ArcGIS Online to assist with the drone flight planning. 

The Site Scan – Esri Edition app provides mission planning and flight control for a number of leading drones to optimize drone collections for use in Drone2Map or Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro.  This release is compatible with the DJI Phantom 4 Pro, DJI M200, DJI M210, DJI Inspire 2, DJI Mavic Pro, or Yuneec H520-G, as well as the 3DR Solo.

The Site Scan – Esri Edition app allows users to take advantage of substantial amounts of publicly accessible data, as well as custom data layers from the user’s ArcGIS Online account, as base and reference data for mission planning.

Site Scan – Esri Edition is free to everyone with an ArcGIS Online account. The app is available on iTunes at http://esriurl.com/SSEE, and will be available soon in the Esri Marketplace.   

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FAQ: Unable to register an SQL Server database with ArcGIS Server

Problem

When registering a SQL Server database connection in ArcGIS Server the following error appears:

“The connection property set was missing a required property or the property value was unrecognized.”

OR

“The connection property set was missing a required property or the property value was unrecognized. Connection was attempted with an older version of SQL Server client communications software that is not compatible with the SQL Server database server.”

It is known that the SQL Server client communications software is up to date and compatible with the SQL Server database server.

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Problem: Severe issue with ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2

Description

Esri has discovered a severe issue with an editing workflow in ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2 (2.2.2) that may incorrectly set feature attribute field values to ‘Null’ when using the Attributes pane.

Cause

This problem occurs when multiple features are selected in the tree view of the Attributes pane. If the Tab key is used to navigate between cells in the data grid, tabbing through a cell that displays “(Different values)” sets the field to ‘Null’.

Solution or Workaround

Esri strongly recommends to uninstall the patch.

  1. On Windows, open the Control Panel.
  2. Search for View installed updates. Click this option.
  3. Right-click ‘ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2 (2.2.2)’ and select Uninstall.

If the previous patch—ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 1 (2.2.1)—is not installed, it can be downloaded from My Esri.

How will Esri correct the issue?

ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 3 (2.2.3) becomes available in early October 2018 and includes a fix for this issue, as well as the other software improvements included with Patches 1 and 2. ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2 (2.2.2) is no longer available for download.

For continued updates and information regarding this problem, refer to the ArcGIS Pro 2.2.2 announcement on GeoNet.

Esri have also published the following technical article relating to this issue:  https://support.esri.com/en/technical-article/000019162

Update 05 Oct 2018: ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 3 (2.2.3) is available for download from My Esri.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your local Esri distributors support team (for Esri Australia clients, use My Esrisupport@esriaustralia.com.au or 1800 447 111)

SmarterWX Locate Beta Program

Australia’s Dial Before You Dig benefits from a high number of registered asset owners and a high level of awareness of the need to refer to DBYD before conducting any excavations.

However, lodging an enquiry means the enquirer becomes inundated with email responses from each asset owner, and ensuring that all information is accurately interpreted and taken into consideration is an error prone process.

To support you in dealing with these challenges, we’ve added a new product to the SmarterWX portfolio specifically for enquirers working with the Dial Before You Dig (1100.com.au) service.

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Esri Releases Historical Imagery – Wayback

Have you ever looked at the Esri Imagery basemap and wished you could see the changes over time. Esri for a long time has only provided the most recent imagery they have access to for your area of interest.

Well now in the ArcGIS Living Atlas Esri is providing all their historical imagery for your area of interest. Entitled the WayBack Imagery collection Esri providing both an exciting web application World Imagery Wayback which allows you to see the changes in the imagery over time and allows you to select an image and add it to your ArcGIS Online site as well as a Living Atlas group Wayback Imagery group which will allow you to see all the different epochs of  imagery.

Go have a look I’m sure you’ll find it useful.

Gordon

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