ArcGIS Data Interoperability di ArcGIS 9.2/ArcGIS 9.3

ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension provides direct access to dozens of spatial data formats, including GML profiles, DWG / DXF file, Microstation ® design files, MapInfo MID / MIF files, and file type TAB. Users can drag and drop these and many other external data sources to ArcGIS for immediate use in mapping, geoprocessing, metadata management, and use a 3D globe. For example, you can take advantage of all the mapping function available to the original data in ESRI ArcMap format for these data sources - such as seeing the features and attributes, identifying features, and make choices.ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension is developed and maintained jointly by ESRI and Safe Software Inc., a leading GIS vendor interoperability, and are based on popular software products that feature Manipulastion Safe Engine (FME ®).ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension is also included which contains a series of FME Workbench tools / data transformation tools to build a converter for many formats of vector data.With ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension, users can:Ø Adds support for many GIS data formats for direct use in ArcGIS, for example, for use in ArcMap, ArcCatalog, and geoprocessing.Ø Connect to and read a variety of common GIS formats-for example, TAB, MIF, E00, and GML, and many database connectionsØ Define the complex, data semantic interpreter using FME WorkbenchØ Manipulate and combine many of the attributes of data tables from a variety of formats and DBMS's with featuresØ Export classes for each feature more than 50 output formats-for example, export to GML, and create advanced translator for customizing the output format.Using ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension adds support for a variety of additional GIS data formats, and also provides FME Workbench that allows you to specify additional format that can be used to directly access and use data in ArcGIS.Exercise 1. We can directly see or read the data interoperabilityPlease run ArcCatalog, and look for a file with format *. MIF on the data you have, or from data ArcTutor. Click the Preview tab in ArcCatalog to view the data format *. MIF or other formats (dwg, dxf, etc.).Exercise 2. Connection InteroperabilityIn the Catalog Tree select the Interoperability Connection dialog box will appear, please select the format and dataset and set the settings and define the coordinate system. Then click OK, then it will appear on the Interoperability Connection Connection to the data.Exercise 3. Please drag or open a data Exercise 1 and Exercise 2 in ArcMapExercise 4. Translating Data Using Quick Import and Quick ExportUse ArcToolbox - red bag - red bag to bring tools Data Interoperability: No Quick Export and Quick Import.Exercise 5. Quick Import and Quick Export in Model BuilderYou can drag and QE QI tools into the Model Builder that we make.