ArcGlobe crashes when extruding a feature class with many features.
Last Published: August 19, 2020ArcGIS for Desktop
Bug ID Number
January 28, 2015
March 30, 2022
ArcGIS for Desktop
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If a large shapefile or feature class with 70,000 or more polygon features is added to ArcGlobe 10.3, and the user zooms to the layer (within the layer properties > Globe extrusion) to extrude the features using the field containing the height values, ArcGlobe may crash if the features are extruded or if the view is zoomed, panned, or rotated.
This is a known issue at ArcGIS for Desktop 10.2.2 and 10.3. For updates on the bug status, please refer to defect BUG-000083816.
Use a smaller subset of the feature class for extrusion within ArcGlobe.
Use ArcScene instead of ArcGlobe if the entire feature class must be used.