ArcGis v.9x with .NET support
Microsoft Framework v.1.1
ArcGIS 9x last Service Pack
We began now use Net v.2.0
Procedure of deployment Net 2.0
Deployment of the application
The program has standard procedure of installation for exterior extensions of the ArcGIS9x + .NET - you should start the program.msi file. If not it is stipulated especially, the same file of the subsequent versions is renewal.
The program becomes active in a condition of the trial version. When
time of use is expired it is necessary to receive and enter an
individual registration code.
Language of the extension interface
is selected automatically depending on regional and language settings
of the operating system - Russian or English.
Problems and errors
Q: Program is not install. I see error
"Unable to get installer types in the c:\program
files\giscenter\...\*.dll assembly.---> One or more of the types in
the assembly unable to load" What do you suggest?
A: It means that .NET support is not installed.
Install .NET support for ArcGIS 9.0 and 9.1
For correct installation of .NET support, you should have local administrative privileges.
If you installed the Microsoft .Net Framework v1.1 prior to installing
ArcGIS 9.0 then the ESRI Net support will have been automatically
If the Net Framework v1.1 was installed after ArcGIS 9.0
then the following steps have be made to install the ESRI Net support.
You can also follow the steps below to validate installation of the
ESRI Net support.
1) Install Microsoft Framework 1.1
2) Display the Add or Remove Programs dialog from the Windows Control Panel (see How to Uninstall above for details),
3) Select ArcGIS Desktop from the list of installed programs
4) Click the Change button to launch the installer. (at this point you
may be asked for the source media or access to a network folder that
was used to install ArcGIS Desktop)
5) Select Modify and then click
Next >. The following dialog will appear listing all the current
installed components of ArcGIS 9.
6) Click on .NET Support and select "Will be installed on local hard"
7) Click Next>
8) At the confirmation prompt click Next > again.
9) As the new files are installed the following progress dialog will
appear. If necessary, the installation can be cancelled by clicking the
Cancel button, but this is strongly not recommended.
10) Finally click Finish from the installation wizard
Install .NET support for ArcGIS 9.2
For ArcGIS 9.2 need inext steps (thanks to Jayme Laber):
some research on the ESRI web site I found the solution. When running
ArcView 9.2 you need to install Microsoft Net 2.0 rather than Microsoft
Net 1.1. Once I installed Net version 2, I was able to continue through
the instructions and was able to complete steps 2 - 10 with no
problems. I would suggest a post to your support page that alerts your
users to this situation and its solution."
See also 1 and 2 .
Toolbar is grayed out
Q: I have installed extension and added the toolbar to my ArcMap session but none of the menu choices except 'About' ever appear as anything but grayed out. What needs to be done to activate the other menu choices?
After installation in ArcMap there is a new tool, which it is necessary
to make active in a window Tools> Extensions> and check Program
error occurred while installing
Q. While installing the extension, we get the following error message “An
error occurred while installing. This exception will be ignored and the
uninstall will continue...... -->cannot delete subkey tree because
subkey does not exist.” What is the reason of that and what shall we do?
The reasons: The error comes when you are installing the new version of
the extension above an old version, in the case when you have installed
the old version with an old version of the ArcGIS Service Pack. The
error of this type is a typical one for .NET applications, and have a
nature of mis-matching versions of the ESRI interoperability library,
which have different numbers within ArcGIS. The error is not fixed by
the manufacturer of the core program.
What to do? If you have the
installer of the previous version, run the installation once again, and
then uninstall it. The following installation of a newer module will
run smoothly. Another way to solve this problem is to go to the Control
Panels - Add/Remove programs – Click on the extension (remove) and the
Program will give you several options: Remove and Repair. If you click
on “Repair” it will ask for a path to the original installer file.
After repairing you could un-install the old version.
If the old
version of installer no longer exist. In this case try to solve this
problem by going to the Control Panels - Add/Remove programs – Click on
the extension (remove) and the Program will give you several options:
Remove and Repair. If you click on “Repair” it will ask for a path to
the original installer file. Specify the path to a new installer. After
repairing you could un-install the program. If it does not work. Go to
start menu, click on the “Run” in the start menu and type “Reget” (or
if you have another editor of registry, use it). Then manually remove
the following keys HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Installer in
the subdivisions: Assemblies, Features, Products, UpgradeCodes. Each of
this subkeys have information of the products (ArgosTools, Slicemaker,
Typeconvert and others). In the subkesy Products find the code of the
product (click on the every subkey and find what is its ProductName).
Search the registry using this “ProductName” and delete all strings
with this “ProductName”.
Error 1904: failed to register
Q. Program is not install. I see error "Error 1904: failed to register C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\Bin\xmlsupportui.dll or 3dsymbolsui.dll" What do you suggest?
A. Answer see on ESRI support page
Q. I was hoping to try your software, but, keep getting this
A: We'll fix this problem as soon as possible, but at this time you can try to do following:
1. Right click on 'Export to KML' and choose 'Delete'
2. Right clik on 'KMLer' toolbox and choose 'Add -> Tool'
3. In the appeared window check 'KMLer Tools' and click Ok. The tool will be added in toolbox
By the way, all main KMLer functions are realized as an extension in the ArcMap
1. Restrictions on feature class names and field names in geodatabases.
As against shapefile, feature class name and field names in geodatabase
must not start with digit, a space and "_" character. Also they must
not contain punctuation marks, brackets, quotes and * $ % * + - = / \ |
2. For *.shp files ArcGIS doesn't support field names with length more than 10 characters.