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Integrated Informatics Inc. releases Repoint and Repath 3.1.

Integrated Informatics Inc. releases Repoint and Repath 3.1.

Integrated Informatics Inc. announces their latest version of the popular path-reference tool, with Integrated Repoint and Repath 3.1. This new release includes several new enhancements and features, detailed below.

New/Updated Tools

Spatial Reference Logger: Purpose is to find map documents that may not have correctly defined geographic transformations

  • Inventories the spatial reference of each data frame and its transformation(s) in use
  • Compiles a list of unique spatial references from valid data sources
  • Compares the Esri suggested transformation for the data frame area of interest against the ones in use
  • Provides a ranking of the suggested transformation against the in-use transformation

Data Inventory Diagram has been replaced with a Heat Map Diagram – the new diagram does not require any external dependencies, libraries, installers, etc. and is far more readable and reliable especially for large inventories.  The diagram/matrix is generated as an Excel file and the general flow of the diagram is:

  • Data sources along the left
  • Counts of data source usage to the right of the data source
  • Indicator column to show if the data source is broken or not
  • Map documents and layer files along the top
  • Hyperlink to the layer file or map document embedded in the file name (allows for click to open for review purposes)
  • Number of layers in a map document or layer file beneath the file name
  • Order of map documents/layer files and data sources is from complex/most used to simple/least used.
  • Colors in the body of the chart are cool for valid data sources and hot for broken data sources
  • Numbers in the body of the chart represent the number of references to a data source in the document

Promote Map Documents and Promote Layers tools have been consolidated into one tool

New Capabilities

  • Logging tools now log the cases of encountering a folder that can be listed (know it exists) but cannot be entered (missing privileges)
  • Logging tools will avoid looking into the recycle bin folder on a drive
  • Reporting of Layer Visibility in the Broken Layer Logger tool
  • Implemented support for removing broken table view (standalone table) in the Broken Layer Cleaner tool
  • Improved handling of table views in the cases where a table name (base name) may not be unique across SDE schemas
  • Improved identification of and logging for cases where Esri guesses the names of feature class and table names during remapping
  • A new optional Skip Folders parameter has been added to several tools, this allows for specific folders (and child folders) to be skipped


  • Complete overhaul of the toolbar, it was getting too large due to the number of partner tools (i.e. from Folder and from Table)
  • Added an option on the toolbar to open tools as “from Folder” or “from Table”, not all tools have both options
  • New icon set used to allow for easier visual distinction between the tools
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