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Military Analyst 9.1 Service Pack 1

Summary

ESRI announces ArcGIS Military Analyst 9.1 Service Pack 1. This Service Pack contains several improvements and maintenance fixes for Military Analyst 9.1.

Description

Introduction

We recommend that all Military Analyst 9.1 customers download and install this Service Pack, at their earliest convenience, to ensure the highest quality experience when working with Military Analyst 9.1. In addition to the maintenance fixes in this Service Pack, the Military Analyst user interface has also been modified to accommodate international languages for localization.

Issues Addressed with this Service Pack

CQ00202552 - Coord tool: incorrect UTM zones/coordinates in northern Europe
CQ00254809 - Stats are not calculated for rasters output to SDE from MA Tools.
CQ00256682 - Output of Mosaic command/visible extent option incorrect for RPF catalogs
CQ00256696 - Cannot specify an output location for hillshade
CQ00262519 - Labels display upside down when geodesy lines cross 180 degrees
CQ00266468 - Any MA surface analysis functions that reproject data do not work in projected data frames
CQ00268730 - Leading zero added to beginning of DMS string
CQ00268908 - <AG> Fly Through with 90 degrees of inclination looks bad
CQ00269837 - Adding multiple observers to the RLOS then hitting the "Single Observer" button does not clear the inputs.
CQ00270240 - Seconds multiplied by 100 when decimal delimiter is comma
CQ00271138 - Message displayed for Layer list control is the RLOS message
CQ00272416 - Any MA operation that uses ClipRegion crashes when the input catalog references data that has been moved on disk
CQ00272833 - RLOS fails with runtime error when certain elevation range values are used
CQ00272933 - Add MA Layer command shows up on MXD context menu in ArcCatalog
CQ00273441 - Add and Remove certain MA tools from Customize menus
CQ00274905 - Use a SELECT DISTINCT when generating the list of available products for large MA Catalogs
CQ00275054 - Need error message if Observer Elevation value is below the surface
CQ00276214 - DMS coords with lower case hemisphere indicator are not converted
CQ00277017 - Change datum transformation parameters for Voirol 18874, Sierra Leone 1960, and Herat North
CQ00277020 - UTM zone number should include hemisphere indicator
CQ00277228 - Automatic Z factor conversion still compensates for projected raster dataset
CQ00279065 - DMS coords less than one degree south or west are not converted correctly

Files Installed with this Service Pack

C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\bin

MAGeometry.dll

C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\MilitaryAnalyst\bin

MACommands.dll
MACore.dll
MAEnvironment.dll
MAExtension.dll
MAGeodesyTools.dll
MAGeoProcessing.dll
MAGlobeCommands.dll
MAGxObjects.dll
MALayer.dll
MALayerUI.dll
MAOilstock.dll
MilitaryAnalystCoord2.dll

Installing the Service Pack

Military Analyst 9.1 and ArcGIS 9.1 must be installed before you can install this Service Pack.

  1. Make sure you have write access to your ArcGIS installation location, and that no one is accessing it.
  2. Download the following file to a location other than the installation folder:
    MilitaryAnalyst91sp1.msp 1.2 MB
  3. Double-click the msp file to start the install process.

    NOTE: If double clicking on the MSP file does not start the Service Pack installation, you can start the Service Pack installation manually by using the following command:

    msiexec.exe /p [location of service pack]\MilitaryAnalyst91sp1.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=omus

  4. When Setup starts, follow the instructions on your screen.

NOTE: If you have installed client setups from a shared Network Administrative ArcGIS Desktop setup, this Service Pack must be applied to all client installations.

Service Pack Updates

Check the Online Support Center periodically for the availability of additional patches. New information about this Service Pack will be posted here.

Getting Help

Domestic sites, please contact ESRI Technical Support at 909.793.3774, if you have any difficulty installing this Service Pack. International sites, please contact your local ESRI software distributor.