ArcMap GeoSciML WFS Client

Implementation Type: 

I have recently developed a prototype ArcMap addin to load GeoSciML WFS into an NCGMP template geodatabase.  The application was developed using ESRI's ArcObjects 10 API, C# in Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010, and ArcMap/ArcCatalog 10.  The addin reads a WFS http response or WFS xml file.  It parses the WFS-xml data and creates spatial features in an NCBMP template database.  The current version only processes WFS response that describe polygons.  The tool or addin also populates attribute table data in the NCGMP database.  The source code for the application is hosted on Google Code and can be accessed at this url:

You will have to install the subversion application if you want to download the application's source code.


System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP, 7, Server
GIS: ArcMap/ArcGIS 10

Development Tools:

Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
ArcMap/ArcCatalog 10

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