ArcGIS Pro runtime-based
The 10.9.1 release of the ArcGIS Pro-enabled Validation service includes new checks to automate validation of your data using Data Reviewer attribute rules in a feature service. The following table describes the new methods available to automate validation of your data with Data Reviewer-enabled attribute rules:
Finds features that contain an elevation (Z) change greater than a specified tolerance
Finds features or rows based on the result from multiple Reviewer checks
Finds polyline features that spatially intersect other polyline or polygon features a specified number of times
Finds features with z-values that fall within specified parameters
Finds polylines features that have dangles within a specified tolerance
Finds polyline features that are not connected to other features in the same or other data sources
Finds gaps between polygon features that are below a specified thinness ratio
Finds overlaps between polygon features that are below a specified thinness ratio
Finds polygon features with a thinness ratio below a specified threshold
Finds features and rows that contain text values that do not match a defined pattern
Finds rows in features classes and stand-alone tables that violate cardinality or relationship rules defined in a relationship class
Finds unclosed rings in polygon features
Finds rows in feature classes and stand-alone tables that contain nonunique values in a field or a list of fields that are editable
ArcMap runtime-based server object extension (SOE)
The 10.9.1 release of the ArcMap runtime-based Data Reviewer (SOE) includes minor enhancements to the software and the documentation; no major new functionality is included with this release.
For a complete list of enhancements and issues addressed, visit the product download page.
ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.x, part of the ArcGIS 2021 releases, will be the last release of ArcGIS Enterprise to support services published from ArcMap. Beginning with the ArcGIS 2022 releases, it will no longer be possible to publish services from ArcMap (including ArcPy based in ArcMap) to ArcGIS Server sites. Esri highly recommends that all customers transition all publishing workflows to ArcGIS Pro at this time.
To prepare for this change, you are encouraged to migrate automated review workflows to Data Reviewer capabilities available in attribute rules.