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    Thursday, May 26, 2005

    More on ArcGIS 9.1

    Good to hear Adena from All Point Blog is reading my little blog. Thanks to her link, my readership doubled today. Here is the official ESRI press release on the 9.1 ArcGIS. For me, I'm most excited about the new Network Analyst extension in 9.1 and the ability for free ArcReader to view 3D maps created in ArcGlobe.

    5 comments:

    James said...

    I assume you mean Network Analyst in 9.1, or so I hope. Hopefully that was a mistype????

    Rob said...

    Yes, I mean Network Analyst at 9.1, thanks for catching my mistake. Network is an extension to Desktop, Engine, and Server at ArcGIS 9.1. I guess I had 9.2 on the brain as the dev teams are already deep into 9.2 development.

    James said...

    That is nice to hear. I'm looking forward to getting my hands on Network Analyst for 9.1.

    James said...

    And what shows up as I'm leaving for the weekend? ArcGIS/ArcIMS/ArcSDE 9.1 ....

    I must resist installing it or bringing it home for the weekend.

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