Rescheduled Workshop – ArcSDE/SQL Server for ArcGIS 10.X

CLASS IS FULL

The one day “ArcSDE/SQL Server for ArcGIS 10.X” workshop sponsored by SCARC has been rescheduled for April 22, 2014.

Description:

The class is for the person that has a basic understanding of relational databases, GIS, and the ArcGIS software Product Line.  This workshop will explore the architecture involved with and management of SQL Server-based ArcSDE databases. Both Enterprise and Workgroup / Personal (SQL Server Express) level implementations will be discussed in great detail. Specific examples will include working with SQL Server 2012 and ArcGIS 10.1.

INSTRUCTOR:  Kent Rothrock, Highland Mapping, Inc.

Details:

Cost: $140 (lunch included)

You may either bring a check to the workshop (payable to SCARC) or mail it to:

SCARC
Attn:  Tina Davis
PO Box 12430
Rock Hill, SC  29731

WHEN: April 22, 2014 from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

LOCATION: Lake Murray Dam SCANA Training Facility

Directions:

I-26 access: exit 102-A (Lake Murray Blvd) toward Irmo (west). Continue on Lake Murray Blvd. appx. 3.7 miles to a light at the start of the Lake Murray dam. Proceed across the dam. Before getting completely off the dam there will be a traffic light. Turn left into what looks like a construction road, loop around and take the first left into the facility.

I-20 access: exit 61 (US 378) toward Lexington. Turn right at the first light onto Corley Mill Rd. Follow Corley Mill Rd. until it dead ends into Lake Murray Blvd. (appx. 5 miles). Turn right only Lake Murray Blvd. and immediately across the spillway turn right at the light into what looks like a construction road. Loop around and take the first left into the facility.

Lexington/US 378 access: proceed east through Lexington on US 378. Turn left at the light on SC 6 (landmark is KFC splitting these 2 roads). Drive appx. 3.6 miles on SC 6. As you notice Lake Murray on the left, prepare to turn right at a traffic light into what looks like a construction road. Loop around and take the first left into the facility.

 

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