On today’s wild ride on the #MarcoMonday express, let’s give a shout out to boxes. Okay, maybe not the cardboard kind. Boxes – or rather, more so boundaries – of the geographic kind are our next stop on this quest.
What are the extents of the most commonly used datasets?
To find the extent of datasets and spatial data, it is best to run the marco coordinate tool. That seems too obvious, I know. However, I pinky promise I am not pulling your leg.
As with any use of the effervescent Integrated Marco Studio inventory capabilities, the marco container tool must be run first and foremost. Followed by this, the marco coordinate tool may be run to pull those values for the following types of data:
All of the Above
Once the coordinates are gathered, they are stored in the Marco Database, setting up home in the respective database tables for each type of data with the following fields:
These values represent the extents of each dataset, data frame, or bookmark. They show the ends