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Technical restrictions

The following technical restrictions apply to all releases of StreetMap Premium for ArcGIS. See the License Agreement for more information.

iPC

The Streets feature classes are protected; therefore, you cannot export these layers to a shapefile or other feature class. You also cannot use any ArcGIS function that will read from the Streets Shape field and output features into a feature class (for example, buffer, intersect, and so on).

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FGDB format

The detailed street layers (Streets and Routing_Streets) are protected; therefore, you cannot export these layers to a shapefile or other feature class. You also cannot use any ArcGIS function that will read from the Streets or Routing_Streets Shape field and output features into a feature class (for example, buffer, intersect, and so on).

Custom Roads

If your organization has licensing to use StreetMap Premium Custom Roads in FGDB format, you may load or digitize street features into the following data layers: Custom_Streets, Custom_Streets_Override, and Custom_Turns. The network dataset can then be rebuilt, and new roads within these layers will be routable with the StreetMap Premium network. To use the network within ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server, or Navigator for ArcGIS, the appropriate licenses are needed.

MMPK format

The supported types of use are display, geocoding, and routing (network analysis). Data is not designed for supporting any other use types, and may not be exported for use in other applications.

Note:

When both StreetMap Premium for Desktop and Navigator for ArcGIS are licensed, desktop data (.mmpk format) may be configured and clipped for use in Navigator.

TomTom

The detailed street layers (Geocode, Streets, and Routing_Streets) are protected; therefore, you cannot export these layers to a shapefile or other feature class. You also cannot use any ArcGIS function that will read from the Geocode, Streets, or Routing_Streets Shape field and output features into a feature class (for example, buffer, intersect, and so on).


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