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Spring 2004
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ArcGIS 9 Released

ArcGIS 9 product boxBuilding on the strength of previous releases, ArcGIS 9 adds important capabilities not previously available. ArcGIS 9 Desktop includes a comprehensive geoprocessing framework and toolkit for creating and executing complex GIS procedures. Other highlights include improved annotation, labeling, and geodatabase interoperability. In addition, the ArcGIS extensions grow their offerings with the new ArcGlobe 3D application in ArcGIS 3D Analyst; ArcReader customization via ArcGIS Publisher; and two new extensions, Maplex for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Data Interoperability. With the introduction of two new products, ArcGIS Engine and ArcGIS Server, developers have the ability to deploy solutions as independent applications on the desktop or as Web services. In this issue of ArcNews, you will find a special section detailing the features of ArcGIS 9.

A Letter From Jack Dangermond

ArcGIS 9 Desktop

ArcGIS 9: Providing a Complete GIS Platform

Announcing ArcGIS Data Interoperability

ArcGIS 3D Analyst

Maplex for ArcGIS Provides Advanced Text and Label Placement

ArcReader and ArcGIS Publisher at Version 9

ArcGIS 9 Poster [PDF-2.15 MB]

Deploy ArcObjects Anywhere With ArcGIS 9

Developing Custom Applications With ArcGIS Engine

Open Geodatabase Interchange Using XML

ArcGIS 9 Expands Serverside GIS Capabilities: Introduces ArcGIS Server, Broadens Capabilities for ArcIMS and ArcSDE

ArcGIS 9 Offers a Complete System for Raster Data Management

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