Starting with version 2019r2, ArcGIS Online service credits will be required to perform certain tasks when Esri’s ArcGIS World Geocoding Service has been set as the system default geocoding service within Lucity.
There are many tools, services, and applications provided with Lucity that use a geocoding service. Some of these tools will take the results of the geocoding service and store them in the Lucity database. It is this action, saving the results of the ArcGIS World Geocoding Service to the Lucity database, that will start using your ArcGIS Online service credits.
More information on this change including what actions, if any, you should take when preparing for the version 2019r2 upgrade can be found in this knowledge base article. Please contact a Lucity support representative if you have any questions or concerns related to this change.
We are pleased to announce that the upcoming Lucity 2018r2 release (Aug 2018) will support Esri® ArcGIS 10.6.1. Lucity 2018 also supports this latest ArcGIS release. Earlier versions of Lucity that fall under active maintenance can be upgraded to 10.6.1, but may require some additional steps as outlined in this knowledge base article. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that ArcGIS Pro 2.2 is officially supported with Lucity versions 2017r2 and higher. This latest version of ArcGIS Pro was released by Esri® late last month and contains many new features and functionality. Continue reading
Straight from the Esri newsroom….take a look at the innovative ways the Tuscaloosa County Emergency Management Agency has configured LucityAM and ArcGIS to help them plan for and react to severe weather.
We are pleased to announce that the upcoming Lucity 2017r2 release (Aug 2017) will support Esri® ArcGIS 10.5.1. Lucity 2017 also supports this latest ArcGIS release. Earlier versions of Lucity that fall under active maintenance can be upgraded to 10.5.1, but may require some additional steps as outlined in this knowledge base article. Continue reading
This week’s Training Tuesday video goes over checking the quality of your GIS data that is linked to Lucity and the Work Spatial data that is stored in the Lucity database.
This week’s Training Tuesday video is a recording of a live webinar that focused on updating your Lucity to GIS configuration to use Feature Services instead of a Map service. It also goes over how edits to feature services can be pushed into Lucity.