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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FME and Esri ArcGIS Troubleshooting Guide
It supports bit color and is compressed using a lossless compression. In particular, please reference the links discussing “Compatibility between clients and geodatabases for your particular DBMS”.
This message is cross-posted on geonet https: The linework will come in at the active Microstation attributes. With these changes do you still get invalid cast exception?
A number that defines the resolution of the export file in dots per inch DPI. When exporting a page layout, control image detail by changing the resolution parameter. I have seen that code snippet. Up to 10 attachments including images can be used with a maximum of 4.
This is not what we had before. My project was treating it as a class that did not have an appropriate definition. Sign up using Email and Password. Once again I received an error related to unable to cast object to type.
You need to assign that value to the variable before the Select Case statement:. Shape datasets larger than 2GB are considered invalid and will cause errors when opened in other applications. Jim, I’ll try this with Planning’s assistance.
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With the change in procedure, it was futher decided to move all GIS into a geodatabase to be compatible with our county GIS.
This should work to export your page layout: Up 0 Down Cancel. Replies 7 replies Subscribers t subscribers Views views Users 0 expport are here. The default value is, See the this list of types which are not supported. They have a routine that now exports all mapping to DGN format.
The height and width parameters directly control the number of pixels generated in the export file and are only used when exporting a data frame.
FME and Esri ArcGIS Troubleshooting Guide – FME Knowledge Center
I have updated my 1st expor to reflect the changes that were made from your suggestions. See here for format comparison information. There are probably options other than the default settings to stroke curves, insert intersection nodes, and so-forth.
In many of the issues below, the error number is listed next to the appropriate link to help you find assistance quickly and efficiently. As far as I know I have imported all the required dependencies. Once the form has been submitted, expport will contact you to quickly resolve your technical issues. If set to True, an interlaced image will be created.
By this as an exampleour original right-of-way lines were one continuous line arcobhects intersections; lot lines intersect the ROW. I suspect the error is in my definition and relationship of the document, active view and page layout. Are you unable to connect to the database?
Does the workspace fail when writing? And for some reason I am still receiving the “unable to cast object” error solely on line 47 even if there is no code present at that line or if all the code for my PDF Createmodule is below line This value specifies the number of bits used to describe color.
An interlaced image displays as a series of scan lines rather than as a whole image at one expport. The snippet I mentioned in my comment, http: ExportFormat is a string parameter of the function, you need to provide arcobjetcs.
ExportToPNG example 2 This script will export a single data frame instead of the entire page layout, similar to exporting from wxport view in the ArcMap application.
I’ll try this with Planning’s assistance.
A defined color is used as a background to the image, or as a mask in the case of monochrome masked exports. Exports the page layout or data frame of a map document.