ArcGIS StreetMap Premium

Notification: Potential Incompatibility of Locators in Mobile Map Packages

This notification is to make you aware of a potential incompatibility when using geocoding in mobile map packages.  You may be affected if you use mobile map packages in:

You may also be impacted when using StreetMap Premium mobile map packages created from StreetMap Premium Custom Roads.

What’s affected?

When impacted, you will get no response and no error message when you try to geocode using a mobile map package in ArcGIS Runtime or ArcGIS Navigator.  For Android users, the mobile map package will not load.  More details are described in the “Impacts” section.

What’s not affected?

Map visualization and routing are not affected when using mobile map packages.  (The exception is Android)

Impacts

Current situation

To ensure compatibility with the currently released versions of ArcGIS Navigator or ArcGIS Runtime 100.14 or earlier, you must use ArcGIS Pro 2.9.4 or earlier if you plan to make modifications to a StreetMap Premium mobile map package with the Create Mobile Map Package tool.  If you make no changes to a StreetMap Premium mobile map packages, you should not be impacted.

If using ArcGIS Pro 3.0 or later is a requirement, making modifications to StreetMap Premium mobile map packages with the Create Mobile Map Package tool will result in mobile map packages that are only supported in the following:

If you are a Custom Roads user and generate mobile map packages, you also need to be aware of the limitations when using ArcGIS Pro 3.0 or later.

Behavior starting with the North America 2022R4 release in December 2022

The StreetMap Premium team will be using ArcGIS Pro 3.0.x to generate mobile map packages starting with the North America 2022R4 release set for December 2022.  At that time, in order for geocoding to work, you will need to be using one of the following versions of ArcGIS Runtime and Navigator.

Each region will be updated based on the following schedule:

Using mobile map packages in ArcGIS Pro

This change does NOT impact ArcGIS Pro users who use mobile map packages in ArcGIS Pro.

 

Summary

The following table provides an overview of the behavior.  Whether you are impacted depends on

 

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