Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0.1

September 15, 2010

Update Geochemistry for ArcGIS from version 2.0 to 2.0.1. This file will also install Target for ArcGIS 3.2.1 for customers with licenses for both products.

Release Notes

About This Release
New Improvements
Enhancements and Maintenance Fixes

About this Release

Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0.1 is a scheduled software upgrade available to all 2.0 maintained customers. The upgrade includes software improvements, workflow efficiencies and corrects numerous reported issues. The 2.0.1 update also includes 2.0 Service Pack 1 which addressed an installation issue discovered in the 2.0 release.

New Improvements

Support for ArcGIS 10

With this version the extensions Target for ArcGIS and Geochemistry for ArcGIS are compatible with ArcGIS version 10.

The software Update alone (updates Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0 to 2.01 and Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0 to 2.0.1) will not be sufficient to ensure compatibility with ArcGIS 10.

You will need to perform a Full (clean) install of the Geosoft Extensions for ArcGIS. This file will perform a complete installation of Geochemistry for ArcGIS 2.0.1. You need to uninstall your current version of Target for ArcGIS in order to install version 2.0.1. This file will also install Target for ArcGIS 3.2.1 for customers with licenses for both products (your license will determine the extension(s) you can use).

For additional information on ArcGIS compatibility please refer to our FAQ.

General Improvements

  • Updated Geochemistry for ArcGIS tutorial

Seeker Improvements

  • Image datasets may now be reprojected. Modified the Cart layout to combine the "Rasters" download parameters.
  • HXYZ files are also reprojected to the map's coordinate system.
  • JPEG2000 files can be downloaded in their native format, however if the image is smaller than 128x128 pixels it will be provided as a TIFF.

Enhancements and Maintenance Fixes

Geochemistry for ArcGIS
9488 Fixed - Canceling the Geographic Coordinate Systems Transformation dialog when retrieving from Seeker in ArcGIS still retrieves the data.
N/A Added - Updated tutorials for Geochemistry for ArcGIS and Target for ArcGIS
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