MIMS Field

  • How to Create a Map Package (MPK) for Snapshot Data

    The following article discusses data and MXD preparation guidelines for creating Map Package Snapshot Data. Map Package An ArcGIS map package is essentially a zip file that includes a Map Document (.mxd) and the data that the layers reference in a file geodatabase. Data is packaged with the map document in our case, for offline […]

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  • How to Create Runtime Content (RTC) for Snapshot Data

    The following article discusses data and MXD preparation guidelines for creating Runtime Content Snapshot Data. Runtime Content Runtime Content is a consolidated format that packages feature layers, network datasets and locators from a map document into a single folder and prepares it for use by ArcGIS Runtime. File format is a SQLite Geodatabase. Helpful Links:  […]

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  • How to create a Manifest.xml and ManifestV2.xml

    Steps to create the Manifest.xml: On the server, navigate to: C:\Program Files (x86)\GO! Sync\Tools Double- click the GoSync.AppStarter.CreateManifest.exe Navigate to the Communications folder on the server where the missing Manfest.xml is supposed to be. In this case, the manifest is in C:\GISDataServer\MobileDownloads\Default\AppUpdates\Communications\Sync 4. Click ‘Create’ and the missing Manifest.xml is created.   Steps to create […]

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  • GO! Sync Mapbook A tab extension could not be created when using the Class Type

    When starting GO! Sync Mapbook on some devices, the following error occurs: A tab extension could not be created when using the Class Type ‘Tadpole.GoSync.Mapbook.SimpleUI.ContentsUserControl’. (Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt.) If ArcGIS is installed on the device where this error occurs, confirm the […]

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  • Cron Schedules

    Cron schedules for HTTP Sync Sets allow the user to specify a sync frequency with greater flexibility. For example, it can be as simple as ‘Sync at 8AM every day’, or as complex as ‘Sync every 5 minutes starting at 1PM and ending at 1:35PM, AND sync every 5 minutes starting at 8PM and 8:45PM, […]

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  • How to set up Feeder View Configuration

    Feeder View Configuration The ‘Feeder View’ is a special kind of saved view. 1. The SavedViews.xml configuration file contains two additional tags: <assembly> and <typeName>. These tags differentiate the Feeder View from the other Saved Views. Here is an example of a feeder view configured in the SavedViews.xml configuration file:   2. In addition to […]

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  • How to set up the Locate XY tool in GO! Sync Mapbook

    There is a Locate XY tool that can be enabled on a toolbar. It uses the coordinate system for the map – typically the one set in the MXD’s dataframe. Here are steps to set this up: 1. In $serverdata<configuration group>MobileConfiguration make a back up of the GoSyncMobileConfiguration.xml 2. Open the GoSyncMobileConfiguration.xml in a .xml […]

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  • MIMS Field and GO! Sync Mobile GIS Client – Remote Install

    TC Technology uses .msi installers for our server and client applications. To script a remote install on the client using Windows Installer command line options, the  command and suggested switches below can be used according to your needs. As MIMS and GO! Sync Mobile GIS Client components are found in separate installers, commands and switches […]

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  • GO! Sync Mapbook Not Deploying to C:Program Files (x86)GO! Sync

    If you find that GO! Sync Mapbook is not being deployed to C:Program Files (x86)GO! SyncMapbookbin this is because you have not set ‘Users’ permissions to modify the GO! Sync folder. The backup ‘non program files’ location it will deploy to in this instance is C:GISDataAppMapbookbin. Other TCT components will be deployed correctly as they […]

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  • MIMS Mobile Configuration Wizard Does Not Render Map

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