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ArcSDE 8.3 Service Pack 2

Summary

This Service Pack contains performance improvements and maintenance fixes. We highly recommend that you download and install this required Service Pack at your earliest convenience.

Description

Introduction

ESRI announces ArcSDE 8.3 Service Pack 2. We recommend that all ArcSDE 8.3 customers download and install this Service Pack, at their earliest convenience, to ensure the highest quality experience when working with ArcSDE 8.3. This Service Pack includes all of the issues addressed in ArcSDE 8.3 Service Pack 1 and some additional performance and maintenance issues. It deals specifically with the issues listed below under Issues Fixed with this Service Pack.

Issues Fixed with this Service Pack

      DB2

      CQ00129564 - Eliminate repeated SQLGetInfo calls to improve redraw time.
      CQ00185139 - Normal Version filter query needs to be optimized for DB2.
      CQ00190660 - Elimintate ST_EnvIntersects calls when at, approaching (95% of), or exceeding the layer extent.
      CQ00196585 - Moving connected junctions in response to the IEditEvents.OnCreateFeature event of an edge feature does not work on DB2.
      CQ00196738 - Eliminate extra LAYERS table queries from db_get_spatial_column().
      CQ00197578 - Using wrong Sql type to write BLOB data for DB2 causes mosaic error.
      CQ00197820 - Running sdesetupinfx or sdesetupdb2 -o upgrade may result in a core dump.
      CQ00198792 - Clean up obsolete code that is slowing performance.
      CQ00216588 - Previous service packs may degrade rendering performance.
      CQ00236817 - DB2 can exhibit deadlocks under heavy concurrent editing loads.
      CQ00238288 - Reconcile fails with error SQL0803N anytime two or more buffered array inserts (where buffer size == MAX_ARRAY_ROWS == 100) are executed. May occur during unique scenarios.
      CQ00239958 - Optimize the standard version filter query with logfiles that is performing poorly on reconcile.

      Informix

      CQ00129564 - Eliminate repeated SQLGetInfo calls to improve redraw time.
      CQ00191161 - gsrvr crash when attempting to delete a feature on Solaris only.
      CQ00194899 - Arcmap crashes when you join a non-versioned table and a versioned feature class.
      CQ00197820 - Running sdesetupinfx or sdesetupdb2 -o upgrade may result in a core dump.
      CQ00202198 - Registering a table or feature "as versioned" does not propagate user defined attribute indexes to the "A" table.
      CQ00202586 - Statistics on state_lineages need not be updated on every gsrvr connection.
      CQ00206219 - Rework the Delete_state stored procedure to avoid executing the deleting lineage SQL everytime.
      CQ00217679 - Optimize the difference filter queries.
      CQ00218069 - Optimize sql for inserts into base tables.
      CQ00219106 - Allow option for Exclusive locking of tables during compress.
      CQ00219138 - sdeimport truncates long fields.
      CQ00231997 - Problem in Update_Nochange difference filter.
      CQ00245829 - User edits may get lost when multiple users save edits at the same time.

      Oracle

      CQ00157226 - When using the 'sdegroup' command with a tile size specified, some features are removed from the newly created feature class.
      CQ00177052 - Improved performance for computing statistics on queries against SDE views.
      CQ00184331 - If a user is not the owner of a raster layer and has full access to it, it will get an Insufficient Permission" error message when loading raster data into it. The owner can load raster data with no problem.
      CQ00184816 - The mosaic operation (sderaster -o mosaic) fails with and "invalid raster data" error message. This happens when the top left image is not loaded first. The workaround is to load the top left image first.
      CQ00185671 - The 'sdeimport' command does not generate spatial index when used with 'SPIDX_GRID, <grid1,grid2,grid3>' and '-k DEFAULTS' specifiers. Workaround: run the 'sdeimport' command and then set manually the spatial index using the 'sdelayer' command:

      1. sdeimport -o create -l <table,column> -f <export_file> -k DEFAULTS -g SPIDX_GRID,<grid1,grid2,grid3> -v
      2. sdelayer -o alter -l <table,column> -g SPIDX_GRID,<grid1,grid2,grid3>
      3. sdelayer -o normal_io -l <table,column>

      CQ00187137 - The 'ArcSDE Configuration and Tuning Guide for Oracle' was not generated correctly. Please download the new guide found in this page.
      CQ00195613 - Improved performance on Versioning states queries.
      CQ00195799 - Reduce the amount of Oracle lock conflicts on the SDE lock tables.
      CQ00196501 - Compressing a database may fail with a "Fatal Error" error message if there is a table containing a large number of columns.
      CQ00196520 - State autolocking may now be turned off by using "set SDENOSTATEAUTOLOCK=TRUE" in dbinit.sde file.
      CQ00203329 - Some shape length values change to incorrect values following Validate on unregistered feature classes on ArcSDE.
      CQ00204525 - Adding route events in ArcMap may cause a Network I/O error.
      CQ00211285 - Copy and pasting multiple personal geodatabase annotation features into an ArcSDE Geodatabase annotation feature class when ELEMENT column is a BLOB fails and returns an "Underlying DBMS error" message.
      CQ00212572 - Geocoding service with offset set to 50% does not place point in the center of street centerline segment.
      CQ00212818 - Improved performance of state lineage queries.
      CQ00212910 - ArcInfo Desktop will hang or fatal if user tries to list versions of an ArcSDE Geodatabase that contains 5000 or more versions.
      CQ00219384 - The sdeimport command was changing column size from number(10) to number(38). It now maintains the column as number(10).
      CQ00241890 - In rare cases spatial queries generated by ArcSDE for Oracle Spatial can fail due to an improperly formed SQL statement.
      CQ00242020 - SE_stream_calculate_table_statistics returns "-38 Attribute column not found".

      SQL Server

      CQ00157226 - The sdegroup command removes features.
      CQ00180617 - windows logins allocate from different desktop heap than sql logins.
      CQ00190174 - ArcSDE 9.0 for SQL Server 2000 SP3 will hang under connect/disconnect/unselect statements from ArcMAP.
      CQ00209987 - Upgrading to 8.3 may slow your connection time.
      CQ00239819 - The ArcSDE shape library has a potential for memory read overflow when working with feature subparts. In some very specific cases counting points in a feature subpart can cause array bound read. This can happen when the beginning and end points of a subpart are also the rightmost points.

      Java-API

      CQ00127400 - SeRow.getGeometry has bad performance and returns incorrect results for multi-part shapes.
      CQ00137641 - SeRow.getBlob returns null.
      CQ00154517 - SeShape methods findBetween, findAlong not working properly.
      CQ00162812 - Network I/O Error occurs when inserting BLOBs size > 65 520 bytes.
      CQ00163059 - Using SE_LOCK_POLICY or SE_TRYLOCK_POLICY, may cause SeConnection methods to fail.
      CQ00197497 - SeVersion.getLocks() returns "GENERAL FAILURE OCCURRED (-1)" when version is being edited in ArcMap.
      CQ00151837 - Can't read a state that has lineage length > 1366.
      CQ00216942 - ArcSDE 8.3 and 9.0 Java API fail with NullPointerExceptions on SeConnection inside Oracle JVM.

      C-API

      CQ00160992 - Clipping envelopes derived from rectangular horizons extended beyond the x edges of the world envelope, SgShapeClip fails.
      CQ00192981 - SE_shape_generate_buffer gives operation failed(-1) error for a distance of 0.00002.
      CQ00193811 - SE_shape_intersect is not returning all parts of a multipart polygon.
      CQ00224286 - Copy/paste annotation in ArcMap may cause an ORA-01000 maximum open cursors exceeded error.

      All

      CQ00166454 - DBACESS 2.1e using ArcSDE 8.2/8.3 libraries not working on 98/ME.
      CQ00184303 - Cov2SDE fails when trying to convert a coverage into SDE. (HP64 only)
      CQ00184780 - When Geocoding, mtch.dll causes application crash if reference data field contains more than 80 characters.
      CQ00191082 - Queries against the default version return incorrect data when using stream pools.

Files Installed in this Service Pack


UNIX (Server)

  • Under the $SDEHOME/bin directory:

  • All Databases

      cov2sde
      giomgr
      gsrvr.shared
      gsrvr.static
      sde2cov
      sde2shp
      sde2tbl
      sdeexport
      sdegroup
      sdeimport
      sdexinfo
      shp2sde
      shpinfo
      tbl2sde
  • Under the $SDEHOME/Documentation directory:

    Oracle 8i & 9i

      config_tuning_guide_oracle.pdf
  • Under the $SDEHOME/lib directory:

    All Databases

      libgpsrvr83.so (.sl for HP)
      libmtch.so (.sl for HP)
      libmtchloc.so (.sl for HP)
      libsde83.so (.sl for HP)
      libsg83.so (.sl for HP)
      libtiff.so (.sl for HP)
    DB2 (IBM only)
      libgsrvrdb283.so
      libsdedb2srvr83.so
      sdesrvsp
      sdesrvsp.bnd
    Informix
      libgsrvrinf83.so (.sl for HP)
      libsdeinfsrvr83.so (.sl for HP)
    Oracle 8i
      libgsrvrora8i83.so (.sl for HP)
      libsdeora8isrvr83.so (.sl for HP)
      lock_util.spb
      lock_util.sps
    Oracle 9i
      libgsrvrora9i83.so (.sl for HP)
      libsdeora9isrvr83.so (.sl for HP)
      lock_util.spb
      lock_util.sps

Windows (Server)

  • Under the %SDEHOME%\bin folder:
  • All Databases

      cov2sde.exe
      giomgr.exe
      gsrvr.exe
      libtiff.dll
      mtch.dll
      mtchloc.dll
      sde2cov.exe
      sde2tbl.exe
      sde83.dll
      sdeexport.exe
      sdegroup.exe
      sdeimport.exe
      sdemon.exe
      sg83.dll
      tbl2sde.exe
    DB2
      gsrvrdb283.dll
      sdedb2srvr83.dll
    Informix
      gsrvrinf83.dll
      sdeinfsrvr83.dll
    Oracle 8i
      gsrvrora8i83.dll
      sdeora8isrvr83.dll
    Oracle 9i
      gsrvrora9i83.dll
      sdeora9isrvr83.dll
    SQL Server
      gsrvrsql83.dll
      sdesqlsrvr83.dll

  • Under the %SDEHOME%\lib folder:
  • Oracle 8i & 9i

      lock_util.spb
      lock_util.sps

    DB2

      sdesrvsp.bnd

  • Under the %SDEHOME%\Documentation folder:

    Oracle 8i & 9i

      config_tuning_guide_oracle.pdf

UNIX (Client)

  • Under the $SDEHOME/lib directory:

      jsde83_sdk.jar
      libedge.so (.sl for HP)
      libgsrvrora8i83.so (.sl for HP)
      libgsrvrora9i83.so (.sl for HP)
      libloceng.so (.sl for HP)
      libmtch.so (.sl for HP)
      libmtchloc.so (.sl for HP)
      libsde83.so (.sl for HP)
      libsdeora8isrvr83.so (.sl for HP)
      libsdeora9isrvr83.so (.sl for HP64)
      libsg83.a (.sl for HP)
      libsg83.so (.sl for HP)
      lock_util.spb
      lock_util.sps

Windows (C-API Client)

  • Under the %SDEHOME%\bin folder:
  • All Databases C-API Client

      edge.dll
      gsrvrora8i83.dll
      gsrvrora9i83.dll
      gsrvrsql83.dll
      loceng.dll
      mtch.dll
      mtchloc.dll
      sde83.dll
      sdeora8isrvr83.dll
      sdeora9isrvr83.dll
      sdesqlsrvr83.dll
      sg83.dll

  • Under the %SDEHOME%\lib folder:
    • lock_util.spb
      lock_util.sps

    All Databases Java SDK

      sg83.dll
      jsde83_sdk.jar

Installing the Service Pack

Since this Service Pack replaces several ArcSDE 8.3 files, ArcSDE 8.3 must be installed before you can install this Service Pack. It is strongly recommended that you back up your database including all previous ArcSDE system tables and user layer data before upgrading your ArcSDE installation. Install this Service Pack using your SDE user account.

NOTE: If you connect to ArcSDE 8.3 via an Application Server and Direct Connect connections using ArcGIS 8.3, ArcIMS 4.0.1, or ArcView GIS 3.3 with DBA 2.1e make sure you also see ESRI Products connecting to ArcSDE (Application and Direct Connect connections).

Server Install for UNIX

During installation, you can either save the original 8.3 files or overwrite them. If you choose to save them, make sure you have enough disk space. The disk space requirements, for each platform, are displayed during the installation process.

  1. Download the appropriate tar file to a location other than $SDEHOME:
  2. DB2  
    IBM sde83-sp2-db2-ibm.tar
    34 MB
       
    Informix  
    HP sde83-sp2-inf-hp.tar
    42 MB
    IBM sde83-sp2-inf-ibm.tar
    35 MB
    Solaris sde83-sp2-inf-slrs.tar
    34 MB
       
    Oracle 8i  
    HP sde83-sp2-ora8i-hp.tar
    47 MB
    IBM sde83-sp2-ora8i-ibm.tar
    39 MB
    Solaris sde83-sp2-ora8i-slrs.tar
    39 MB
    Tru64 sde83-sp2-ora8i-tru64.tar
    38 MB
       
    Oracle 9i  
    HP64 sde83-sp2-ora9i-hp64.tar
    46 MB
    IBM64 (AIX 4.3.3) sde83-sp2-ora9i-ibm64.tar
    40 MB
    IBM64 (AIX 5.1) sde83-sp2-ora9i-ibm64-aix51.tar
    40 MB
    Linux sde83-sp2-ora9i-lx.tar
    34 MB
    Solaris sde83-sp2-ora9i-slrs.tar
    39 MB
    Solaris64 sde83-sp2-ora9i-slrs64.tar
    15 MB
    Tru64 sde83-sp2-ora9i-tru64.tar
    38 MB

  3. Stop your current ArcSDE service.
  4. % sdemon -o shutdown

  5. Extract the specified tar file by typing:
  6. % tar -xvf sde83-sp2-<Database>-<Platform>.tar

  7. Start the installation by typing:
  8. % ./apply_sp_<Platform>_<Database>

    This will start the dialog for the menu-driven installation procedure. Default selections are noted in parentheses ( ). To quit the installation procedure, type 'q' at any time.

  9. Before upgrading your Oracle instance, you must grant the following additional permissions to the SDE user in Oracle:
  10. ALTER ANY INDEX
    ALTER ANY TABLE
    ANALYZE ANY
    CREATE ANY INDEX
    CREATE ANY PROCEDURE
    CREATE ANY SEQUENCE
    CREATE ANY TRIGGER
    CREATE ANY VIEW
    CREATE SESSION
    DROP ANY INDEX
    DROP ANY TABLE
    DROP ANY VIEW
    DROP ANY PROCEDURE
    DROP ANY SEQUENCE
    EXECUTE ANY PROCEDURE
    SELECT ANY SEQUENCE
    SELECT ANY TABLE
    UNLIMITED TABLESPACE

    After the upgrade completes, you may revoke the following permissions from the SDE user account:

    ALTER ANY INDEX
    ALTER ANY TABLE
    ANALYZE ANY
    CREATE ANY INDEX
    CREATE ANY TRIGGER
    CREATE ANY VIEW
    DROP ANY INDEX
    DROP ANY TABLE
    DROP ANY VIEW
    DROP ANY PROCEDURE
    DROP ANY SEQUENCE
    EXECUTE ANY PROCEDURE
    SELECT ANY SEQUENCE

  11. To upgrade, run sdesetup<dbms>. Failure to do so may cause problems in starting the service or with connecting to the service. Using Oracle 9i as an example:
  12. % sdesetupora9i -o upgrade

  13. Start your service again.
  14. % sdemon -o start

Server Install for Windows

  1. Make sure you have write access to the ArcSDE installation folder, that no one is using ArcSDE, and that the ArcSDE service is down.


  2. Download the appropriate files to a location other than the ArcSDE installation folder:
  3. DB2  
    sde83-sp2-db2.exe 6 MB
    Informix  
    sde83-sp2-inf.exe 6 MB
    Oracle 8i  
    sde83-sp2-ora8i.exe 9 MB
    Oracle 9i  
    sde83-sp2-ora9i.exe 9 MB
    SQL Server  
    sde83-sp2-sql.exe 6 MB

  4. Double-click the ArcSDE-<Database>-83-sp2.msp to start the install process.


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


  6. (DB2 ONLY) Before upgrading your DB2 instance, you must copy the %SDEHOME%\bin\sdesrvsp.dll to the %DB2TEMPDIR%\function folder under your DB2 installation folder.


  7. (Oracle only) Before upgrading your Oracle instance, you must grant the following additional permissions to the SDE user in Oracle:
  8. ALTER ANY INDEX
    ALTER ANY TABLE
    ANALYZE ANY
    CREATE ANY INDEX
    CREATE ANY PROCEDURE
    CREATE ANY SEQUENCE
    CREATE ANY TRIGGER
    CREATE ANY VIEW
    CREATE SESSION
    DROP ANY INDEX
    DROP ANY TABLE
    DROP ANY VIEW
    DROP ANY PROCEDURE
    DROP ANY SEQUENCE
    EXECUTE ANY PROCEDURE
    SELECT ANY SEQUENCE
    SELECT ANY TABLE
    UNLIMITED TABLESPACE

    After the upgrade completes, you may revoke the following permissions from the SDE user account:

    ALTER ANY INDEX
    ALTER ANY TABLE
    ANALYZE ANY
    CREATE ANY INDEX
    CREATE ANY TRIGGER
    CREATE ANY VIEW
    DROP ANY INDEX
    DROP ANY TABLE
    DROP ANY VIEW
    DROP ANY PROCEDURE
    DROP ANY SEQUENCE
    EXECUTE ANY PROCEDURE
    SELECT ANY SEQUENCE

  9. To upgrade, run sdesetup<dbms>. Failure to do so may cause problems in starting the service or with connecting to the service. Using Oracle 9i as an example:

    C:\> sdesetupora9i -o upgrade

  10. As the SDE user, run the following command to restart the ArcSDE service:

    C:\> sdemon -o start

ArcSDE Client Install for UNIX

  1. Download the appropriate tar file to a location other than ArcSDE Client installation location:
  2. All Databases (32 bit Operating System)  
    HP sde83-sp2-client-hp.tar
    6 MB
    IBM sde83-sp2-client-ibm.tar
    8 MB
    Linux sde83-sp2-client-lx.tar
    4 MB
    SGI sde83-sp2-client-sgi.tar
    3 MB
    Solaris sde83-sp2-client-slrs.tar
    7 MB
       
    All Databases (64 bit Operating System)  
    HP64 sde83-sp2-client-hp64.tar
    6 MB
    IBM64 (AIX 4.3.3) sde83-sp2-client-ibm64.tar
    8 MB
    IBM64 (AIX 5.1) sde83-sp2-client-ibm64-aix51.tar
    8 MB
    SGI64 sde83-sp2-client-sgi64.tar
    7 MB
    Solaris64 sde83-sp2-client-slrs64.tar
    5 MB
    Tru64 sde83-sp2-client-tru64.tar
    14 MB

  3. Extract the specified tar file by typing:
  4. % tar -xvf sde83-sp2-client-<Platform>.tar

  5. Start the installation by typing:
  6. % ./apply_sp_<Platform>_c

    This will start the dialog for the menu-driven installation procedure. Default selections are noted in parentheses ( ). To quit the installation procedure, type 'q' at any time.

ArcSDE Client Install for Windows

  1. Make sure you have write access to the ArcSDE Client installation folder:.


  2. Download the appropriate files to a location other than the ArcSDE Client installation folder:
  3. ArcSDE C-API SDK client sde83-sp2-capi-client.exe 8 MB
    ArcSDE Java SDK client sde83-sp2-japi-client.msp 2 MB

  4. Double-click the appropriate executable to start the install process.


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

ESRI Products connecting to ArcSDE (Application and Direct Connect connections).

ArcSDE 8.3 sp2 must be installed on both the client and server sides.

    UNIX

    1. If you connect to ArcSDE 8.3 using ArcGIS 8.3 or ArcIMS 4.0.1, please follow the steps below to install this Service Pack to your ArcGIS 8.3 Workstation installation directory under $ARCHOME, or ArcIMS 8.3 installation directory under $AIMSHOME:

      • Before you start, make sure you have write access to the (ArcGIS or ArcIMS) installation directory then download the appropriate compressed tar file to that location:

        HP sde83-sp2-esri-hp.tar.Z
        6 MB
        IBM sde83-sp2-esri-ibm.tar.Z
        8 MB
        Linux sde83-sp2-esri-lx.tar.Z
        4 MB
        SGI sde83-sp2-esri-sgi.tar.Z
        3 MB
        Solaris sde83-sp2-esri-slrs.tar.Z
        7 MB
        Tru64 sde83-sp2-esri-tru64.tar.Z
        14 MB

      • ArcIMS only, stop the ArcIMS Tasker, ArcIMS Monitor, ArcIMS Application Server (in that order).

      • Uncompress and extract the specified tar file for your platform. Ensure that the last letter of the file name is a capital Z. Otherwise, the uncompress command will not work. At the UNIX prompt type:

        %cd <installation_directory> (i.e. cd $ARCHOME)
        %uncompress sde83-sp2-esri-<Platform>.tar.Z
        %tar -xvf sde83-sp2-esri-<Platform>.tar

      • ArcIMS only, restart ArcIMS Application Server, ArcIMS Monitor and ArcIMS Tasker (in that order).


    Windows

    1. If you connect to ArcSDE 8.3 using ArcGIS 8.3, ArcIMS 8.3., or ArcView GIS 3.3 with DBA 2.1e, please follow the steps below to install this Service Pack to your ArcGIS 8.3, ArcIMS 4.0.1, or ArcView GIS 3.3 with DBA 2.1e installation folder:

      • Before you start, make sure you have write access to the installation folder, then download the zip file to that location:

        sde83-sp2-esri-win.zip 5 MB

      • ArcIMS only, stop the ArcIMS Tasker, ArcIMS Monitor, ArcIMS Application Server (in that order).

      • Use WinZip to extract the new files from sde83-sp2-esri.zip to the appropriate installation folder, see list below:

        • ArcGIS Desktop, Server, Engine, Reader, or ArcView 8 - <installation-folder>\arcexe8x\bin & lib
        • ArcGIS Workstation - <installation-folder>\arcexe8x\bin & lib
        • ArcView GIS - <installation-folder>\av_gis30\arcview\(bin32 & DCONNECT\LIB)
        • Depending on the ArcIMS Setup features installed, the SDE client files could be located in one or more of the following locations:
          • ArcGIS Desktop, Workstation, or ArcView 8 -<installation-folder>\arcexe83\(bin & lib)
          • ArcView GIS - <installation-folder>\av_gis30\arcview\(bin32 & DCONNECT\LIB)
          • ArcIMS - <installation-folder>\server\(bin & lib)

      • ArcIMS only, restart ArcIMS Application Server, ArcIMS Monitor and ArcIMS Tasker (in that order).

Installing the Java Client on ArcIMS(UNIX and Windows)

  1. Download the new Java library jsde83_sdk.jar to the appropriate location:

    • UNIX


      • ArcIMS 4.0.1 - <JRE Installation location>/lib/ext
      • ArcExplorer Java 4.0 - <JRE Installation location>/lib/ext
    • Windows


      • ArcIMS 4.0.1 - <JRE Installation location>\lib\ext
      • ArcExplorer Java 4.0 - <JRE Installation location>\lib\ext

New ArcSDE for Oracle Configuration and Tuning Guide (UNIX and Windows)

You can access the new ArcSDE for Oracle Configuration and Tuning Guide Guide from here or you can save it to your system: config_tuning_guide_oracle.pdf

Identifying QFE files on your machine

    UNIX

    Any modified UNIX executables (or libraries) being sent out as part of a Quick Fix will return the unique identification number for that fix when checked with the "what" command for UNIX and the "strings" command for Linux. For example, to display the identification string for this Service Pack on UNIX, type:

    %what gsrvr.static | grep QFE

    QFE-SDE-83-CQ00245464

    Windows

    To check for the presence of Quick Fixes, for each file examine the unique identification information provided (right click, properties, version tab, item name, QFE Version). With only a few exceptions, all files modified as part of a QFE distribution can be uniquely identified in this manner. The identification string for this Patch should read:

    QFE-SDE-83-CQ00245464

Service Pack Updates

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

    UPDATE 08/09/04 - Now available:
    • Informix (Server) download files for HP, IBM, Solaris and Windows.
    • Oracle 8i (Server) download file for Tru64.
    • Oracle 9i (Server) download file for Tru64.
    • All ESRI Products download files.
    UPDATE 08/19/04 - Updated all UNIX Client download files.
    • Replaced all UNIX Client download files to include the library libedge. If you need to link your application to the libedge library, you must download and install the updated client download files.
    UPDATE 09/09/04 - Minor text only updates to the web page.

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.