So does this mean there just won't be a SP2 for 10.1? It will just go from SP1 10.1 to 10.2???10.1 is definitely the most unstable/buggy version I've used.
ArcGIS 10.1 SP2 has morphed into 10.2, so 10.2 is the next release.
I found the conference proceedings but unfortunately many of the presentations are not available, including ArcGIS: The road ahead.Hopefully they will add them soon. I assume they had slides for the road ahead presentation.
There were 2 road ahead sessions and ESRI said that the information about these sessions would not be posted. Sorry.
mkennedy ArcGIS 10.1 SP2 has morphed into 10.2, so 10.2 is the next release.
At this time, to the best of my knowledge there is no plan for 10.1 sp2.There are a number of reasons for a particular version to be released as a SP, full release etc. One of the driving reasons for 10.2 was the number of new features and enhancements.
My only comment is: This is a joke, right? There will be a SP2? Seriously? I just went through the most harrowing experience upgrading my user base to 10.1 once SP1 came out, now all of my open tickets will be solved by ANOTHER complete uninstall and upgrade? OSM and Tilemill suddenly looks very attractive....
The main question is will 10.2 Desktop be x64 application or only 32bit?
During the recent developer summit I believe that ESRI indicated that Desktop will only support 64 bit in the next major version, i.e. version 11. http://forums.arcgis.com/threads/81847-What-did-you-like-best-about-the-2013-Dev-Summit?p=288189#post288189
"ArcGIS 10.2 will be the last major release to include the ArcSDE command line tools. Esri encourages use of the new Geodatabase Administration dialog box in ArcCatalog and ArcMap and the related geoprocessing tools that were introduced at 10.1. "?!?!?The command-line tools in the SDE install are critical for problem solving and performance tuning. The GUI "tools" come no where near the functionality and and the scope of the command-line tools. Why would these be removed after 10.2?
Where I work most users are on 9.3.1 ....
We keep getting our hands burned with each new major release, yet keep coming back for more ... just say'in
Its mid of july and still no news from ESRI regarding 10.2, As everybody else, since there is no service pack to fix the buggy 10.1 we really need to migrate.
There is SP1 for 10.1
we need an end to 'public betas'. the software manufacturer should hire staff to test the software, not unleash it on a userbase and wait for them to find the problems.that is the free, open-source model.this software people pay $$$$$ for (some of them dearly)
I'm wondering if there has started to be any talk of an ArcGIS 10.2 and what might possibly be some of Esri's new ideas for it?
I am not sure yet. I have only installed on my work laptop. I will be waiting to try it on our server and SDE for at least 6 months and at that time I will be upgrading all of my users.
You do not need to uninstall 10.1 first. The area of install that was taking the longest was writing to the registry. It finally finished after 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Does the current license sever for 10.1 work with 10.2 or does that need to be upgraded too?
This just screams of a service pack and not a full release. Gotta Keep those maintenance agreements up everybody!
One issue with this release is that there was NO beta or prerelease testing by the users, if there was one no invite was actually sent out to 10.0 and 10.1 customers under support -as is traditionally the case. This version was basically a bait-and-switch. I just hope everything works as promised at the UC.
Valued Esri Customer,Thank you for participating in ArcGIS 10.2 Prerelease!Your Esri Software can be downloaded directly through the Esri Customer Care Portal.1. Logon to http://customers.esri.com with your ESRI Global Account.2. Select �??Software Download�?�.3. Select "Beta/Prerelease" from the dropdown list for Version.4. Download your Esri Software.Authorization and Provisioning Files:- Authorization Files: to obtain the product authorization files, from the Customer Care Home page select Authorization and Provisioning. With the Authorization tab chosen, select 'Prerelease' for Version at the bottom of the page.- Provisioning Files: to obtain the product provisioning files, from the Customer Care Home page select Authorization and Provisioning, and select the Provisioning tab.IMPORTANT:- DO NOT use ArcGIS 10.2 Prerelease in a production environment. These setups are an early snapshot of the products.- If you have an earlier 10.2 EAP Snapshot installed, you must uninstall it before installing ArcGIS 10.2 Prerelease. You do not need to re-authorize your software.- Use the authorization and provisioning files provided for testing ArcGIS 10.2 Prerelease.- Please note the 10.2 Prerelease files will timeout August 31, 2013.Installing and Authorizing the software for useArcGIS for Desktop Single Use, ArcGIS for Server, Portal for ArcGIS and the ArcGIS License Manager:- Run the setup. After the setup completes, use the appropriate authorization numbers for provisioning file provided on the Customer Care site to authorize your software.ArcGIS for Desktop Concurrent Use:- ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop Concurrent Use requires the ArcGIS 10.2 License Manager. Ensure the License Manager you select has been updated to version 10.2 Prerelease.- Run the setup. After the setup has completed, select the concurrent use product type you are licensed to use, define an ArcGIS 10.2 License Manager, and press OK.ArcGIS VBA Compatibility setup:- If you have a previous version of ArcGIS VBA Compatibility installed, uninstall the earlier version prior to installing the EAP snapshot for the ArcGIS VBA Compatibility setup.If you have any questions or need assistance with product installation,please refer to the installation guides installed with yourproduct.
This is absolutely false. There was a pre-release:
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