Which workflow in ArcGIS Pro will most efficiently load all feature classes, subtypes, and domains from a previously exported personal geodatabase to a file geodatabase? A . Import Replica Schema B . Copy features C . Feature Class To Feature Class D . Import XML workspace document
A GIS analyst creates a model that includes a Python script to process non-spatial data for use in several of the model steps. The model needs to be shared with online users who must be able to modify, add additional data, and execute the model locally on their own desktops.
How should the GIS analyst share the script and model? A . Web tool B . Geoprocessing package C . Project package D . Python toolbox
An ArcGIS user has returned from performing field data collection with a high accuracy GPS device. Upon importing the GPX files into ArcGIS as shapefiles, the user notices that some of the collected points are now coincident. The user knows that the points should display separately because they are two distinct features.
Which environment settings should be changed to make sure that the points are imported in millimeter precision? A . Output X,Y Domain B . X,Y Tolerance C . X,Y Resolution D . Coincident Points
A project calls for data published as a service to include all current ArcGIS metadata.
How should an analyst make sure that the ArcGIS metadata is available with the service? A . Update the service definition with the ArcGIS metadata B . Copy the metadata XML document to the service metadata C . Import the data into a geodatabase before publishing the service D . Publish the data; ArcGIS metadata becomes the service’s metadata.
An ArcGIS Desktop user must find out which data type (geodatabase feature class, shapefile, map, or feature service) is referenced by a layer.
How should the user achieve this task? A . Select the Layer > Data tab B . Open the layer properties > General tab C . Open the layer properties > Source tab D . Right-click the layer > Data > Repair Data Sources
A GIS analyst using ArcGIS Pro needs to georeference several non-georeferenced aerial photos. All aerial photos have a similar spectral signature, the same geographic location, time and season, image orientation, image scale, and band combination. The analyst has a single georeferenced raster in a known coordinate system for the same location, which has the same image properties.
The analyst adds the single georeferenced raster to a new map with an imagery basemap layer and then applies the following workflow:
Imagery tab > Georeference > Prepare group > Fit To Display > Adjustment group
Which next step allows the analyst to georeference the remaining non-georeferenced aerial photos? A . Auto Georeference B . Add Control Points C . Import Control Points D . Transform
A GIS analyst sets label properties for a feature class but wants to save the labels for use in other maps with the ability to edit the labels in ArcMap as needed.
What would the GIS analyst do to create and save the labels? A . Save the settings in a layer file B . Convert Labels to Map Annotation C . Convert Labels to Geodatabase Annotation D . Use the Maplex Label Engine