6 Replies Latest reply on Jun 12, 2014 11:40 AM by shaunrconway

    GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?

    ChrisQuick
      Will there be a new version of this for ArcGIS 10.1?  If not, does anyone know if the 10.0 version still works with 10.1?

      Thanks,

      CSQ
        • Re: GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?
          BrianO
          Chris,

          If you had ArcGIS 10.0 installed and then upgraded to 10.1, GDBT will work.  If your situation is like mine, where IT just replaced your machine and a fresh 10.1 install is in place (no previous 10.0 install), you are out of luck.  The install checks the registry for some 10.0 entries apparently.  Seems like it could be an easy fix for ESRI to do, if they just took a few minutes to work on it.  Or better yet, make it part of core.

          I believe there is an ArcGIS idea about that.  You might wish to promote it.
          • Re: GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?
            dlaw-esristaff
            Chris, Brian:

            Regarding these comments:

            Will there be a new version of this for ArcGIS 10.1?


            Or better yet, make it part of core.


            Actually, almost all of the GDBT geodatabase administrative functionality was added to core ArcGIS Desktop in 10.1. Please review this help topic,

            What's new for geodatabases in ArcGIS 10.1
            (look under the section titled New ArcGIS tools to administer enterprise geodatabases)

            The only thing missing from the GDBT is the "state tree viewer" functionality.

            Hope this helps,
            • Re: GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?
              pmedley
              Chris, Brian:

              Regarding these comments:





              Actually, almost all of the GDBT geodatabase administrative functionality was added to core ArcGIS Desktop in 10.1. Please review this help topic,

              What's new for geodatabases in ArcGIS 10.1
              (look under the section titled New ArcGIS tools to administer enterprise geodatabases)

              The only thing missing from the GDBT is the "state tree viewer" functionality.

              Hope this helps,


              Actually, the "state tree viewer" is one of the things I like and use often. Too bad!  Always chasing that next version... 

              Does upgrading so often really solve more problems than it creates?  Sorry, I don't mean to be so philosophical, but I get weary of fixing the crap that breaks every version change and waiting for the things that are working for me now to catch up with the latest version so I can do almost the same thing that I am doing now.  I can't be the only one that likes the state tree viewer.
              • Re: GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?
                timdine
                Chris, Brian:

                Regarding these comments:





                Actually, almost all of the GDBT geodatabase administrative functionality was added to core ArcGIS Desktop in 10.1. Please review this help topic,

                What's new for geodatabases in ArcGIS 10.1
                (look under the section titled New ArcGIS tools to administer enterprise geodatabases)

                The only thing missing from the GDBT is the "state tree viewer" functionality.

                Hope this helps,




                A google search trying to find a way to view the state tree in ArcGIS 10.1 brought me here...  I had hoped it would be a solution rather than other people looking for the same answer.  I'm still searching for a way to find this.  I've used that state tree lots of times for various troubleshooting situations.
                • Re: GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?
                  dlaw-esristaff
                  Hi Tim,

                  Please add your feedback to this item:

                  ArcGIS Ideas: State Tree Diagram for 10.1 and above


                  Hope this helps,
                  • Re: GDBT to ArcGIS 10.1?
                    shaunrconway
                    Anybody want to give me direction of viewing the current state of the database in 10.2?

                    Thanks,
                    Shaun