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How to add a WFS service to my map?

2021-06-16T11:11:32+02:00

A Web Feature Service (WFS) is an open specification for serving geographic features over the web. Unlike a Web Map Service (WMS), a WFS service returns actual features with geometry and attributes. You can connect to an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) WFS service in ArcMap or [...]

How to add a WFS service to my map?2021-06-16T11:11:32+02:00

How to add a WMS service to my map?

2020-07-06T13:38:36+02:00

A Web Map Service (WMS) delivers georeferenced map images. A WMS service may also contain a Styled Layer Descriptor (SLD) to specify how the WMS layer is to be symbolized and portrayed. ArcMap (version 10.8, refer to link for earlier versions) The content of a [...]

How to add a WMS service to my map?2020-07-06T13:38:36+02:00

Where did my ArcMap styles go?

2019-07-18T16:23:13+02:00

Many ArcMap styles have been retired and are not included as system styles in ArcGIS Pro. However, these styles can be imported from ArcMap. See Import an ArcMap style into the project. A number of these styles have already been converted to ArcGIS Pro *.stylx format and can be downloaded fromArcGIS Online at Esri Styles.

Where did my ArcMap styles go?2019-07-18T16:23:13+02:00

Can I use my licensed ArcGIS Desktop extensions with ArcGIS Pro?

2019-07-18T16:21:10+02:00

Yes. If you have an ArcGIS Desktop license for an extension product, you are licensed to use the same extension in ArcGIS Pro if it is available. See ArcGIS Pro extensions for a list of available extensions. Extension licenses in ArcGIS Pro are managed using the same license type (for example, Named User) [...]

Can I use my licensed ArcGIS Desktop extensions with ArcGIS Pro?2019-07-18T16:21:10+02:00

I imported a map document with multiple data frames, but I only see one map in ArcGIS Pro. What happened to the other data frames?

2019-07-18T16:17:27+02:00

When you import a map document (.mxd), all the data frames become maps in your ArcGIS Proproject, but only one of them opens. You can open the other maps from the Catalog pane by clicking the Project tab at the top of the pane and expanding the Maps item. Alternatively, you can open the [...]

I imported a map document with multiple data frames, but I only see one map in ArcGIS Pro. What happened to the other data frames?2019-07-18T16:17:27+02:00

Can I use my maps from ArcMap in ArcGIS Pro?

2019-07-18T16:14:54+02:00

Yes, map documents (.mxd), scenes (.sxd), and globes (.3DD) can be imported into ArcGIS Pro and saved in a project. For more information, see Import a map or a map package in the help topic Add maps and scenes to a project. The same geodatabase and shapefile datasets can [...]

Can I use my maps from ArcMap in ArcGIS Pro?2019-07-18T16:14:54+02:00
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