An imagery project is a dynamic way to organize and reference resources that are required to complete an image-based task in a single location. As an authorized user in your organization, you can discover the imagery projects that are available to you using the imagery projects list page. This page displays information about each available imagery project, such as name, description, and project creator. Each project can be opened directly from the view.
Access the imagery projects list
You can access the imagery projects list from two locations in ArcGIS Excalibur:
- On the ArcGIS Excalibur home page, click Review: Imagery Projects.
- From anywhere in the application, click the Imagery Projects checkmark button in the side menu.
Filter by project name
The available imagery projects can be filtered by the project name.
- Enter the name of an imagery project in the input text box.
As text is entered, the imagery project cards are dynamically filtered.
- Delete the text to clear the name filter.
Sort by fields
The imagery projects list can be sorted by key fields in ascending or descending order.
- Choose a key field in the sort menu.
- Date Created
The default sort field is Date Created.
The imagery projects list is dynamically sorted based on the field selected.
- Click the sort direction button to switch between ascending and descending order.
Descending order is the default sort direction.
Change the layout view
An imagery project layout can be switched between a list layout and a grid layout. Both layouts display the same information about each imagery project, but in a different view. Each layout displays the following information:
- Date Created
Refresh the imagery projects list
Click the Refresh List button to refresh the imagery projects list to display the projects that are available to you from your content or your organization's content.
Open an imagery project
To open an imagery project, click the Open Project button on an imagery project card. The project opens in the canvas view with specific tools based on the project capabilities. To learn more about working with an imagery project, see Open an imagery project.
Delete an imagery project
To delete an imagery project, click the Delete button. A dialog will prompt you to confirm your project deletion.