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  • 1. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium®and ISO/TC 211StandardsAn Esri®White PaperMarch 2013
  • 2. Copyright © 2013 EsriAll rights reserved.Printed in the United States of America.The information contained in this document is the exclusive property of Esri. This work is protected under United Statescopyright law and other international copyright treaties and conventions. No part of this work may be reproduced ortransmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by anyinformation storage or retrieval system, except as expressly permitted in writing by Esri. All requests should be sent toAttention: Contracts and Legal Services Manager, Esri, 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373-8100 USA.The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.Esri, the Esri globe logo, ArcGIS, ArcIMS, ArcGlobe, ADF, ArcSDE, Spatial Database Engine, esri.com, and @esri.com aretrademarks, service marks, or registered marks of Esri in the United States, the European Community, or certain otherjurisdictions. Other companies and products or services mentioned herein may be trademarks, service marks, or registeredmarks of their respective mark owners.
  • 3. J9462Esri White Paper iEsri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211StandardsAn Esri White PaperContents PageSupported OGC Specifications............................................................. 2OGC Interoperability ...................................................................... 2Supported ISO/TC 211 International Standards ................................... 5Extensibility and Customization........................................................... 7Domain and National Standards ........................................................... 8For More Information ........................................................................... 8AppendixAppendix A: OGCs Exhibit A—Compliant Product Listing forEsri..................................................................................................... 9
  • 4. J9462Esri White PaperEsri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211StandardsEsris ArcGIS® platform is interoperable with other geographicinformation system (GIS) technologies and integrates seamlessly withnongeospatial IT solutions.GIS interoperability is enabled by a number of factors including support of openlydeveloped and adopted IT and GIS standards. This paper focuses on Esris support forgeospatial standards from ISO Technical Committee 211 (ISO/TC 211) and the OpenGeospatial Consortium (OGC).■ Interoperability EnablersArcGIS supports the following GIS interoperability enablers:● Openly published data formats and data models● Openly published application programming interfaces (APIs)● Direct read/write of a wide variety of data formats● Extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) technology● Hardware platform choices● Database choices● Operating environment choices● Support for multiple coordinate, address, and temporal reference systems● Support for thousands of datums and projections● Adoption and use of mainstream IT, web, and cloud standards, patterns, and bestpractices■ Role of InteroperabilityThe goal of GIS interoperability is to support users in finding, utilizing, and deployingdata from various geographic information systems.In addition to interoperability, key success factors that enable GIS users to successfullywork in heterogeneous environment include having a GIS infrastructure that fulfills thefollowing requirements:● Secure● Reliable● Scalable● Extensible● Usable in mobile, desktop, server, and cloud● Easy to use
  • 5. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 2This document provides a list of all OGC specifications and ISO/TC 211 geographicinformation standards supported by Esri. This list is current as of the date of thisdocument. For the latest information, visit esri.com/standards.Supported OGCSpecificationsOGC InteroperabilitySpecification Provider ConsumerWeb Map Service(WMS) 1.1.1ArcGIS for ServerArcIMS®ArcGIS .NET and Java™ADF™ArcGIS ExplorerArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREArcGISSMOnlineArcGlobe™Esri® Geoportal ServerWeb MapService 1.3ArcGIS for ServerArcGIS OnlineArcIMSArcGIS .NET and JavaADFArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREArcGIS OnlineEsri Geoportal ServerStyled Layer Descriptor(SLD) 1.0ArcGIS for ServerArcIMSArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREEsri Geoportal ServerWeb Feature Service(WFS) 1.0ArcGIS for ServerArcIMSArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREEsri Geoportal Server
  • 6. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462Esri White Paper 3Specification Provider ConsumerWeb FeatureService 1.1ArcGIS for ServerArcIMSArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREEsri Geoportal ServerWeb FeatureService 2.0ArcGIS for INSPIRE ArcGIS for INSPIREWeb FeatureService 1.1(Transactions)ArcGIS for Server OpenLayers Based ClientToolFilter Encoding 1.0 ArcIMS ArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREEsri Geoportal ServerFilter Encoding 1.1 ArcGIS for Server ArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopEsri Geoportal ServerWeb Coverage Service(WCS) 1.0ArcGIS for Server WCScapability availablewith/without ArcGIS ImageExtension for ServerArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopEsri Geoportal ServerWeb CoverageService 1.1ArcGIS for Server WCScapability availablewith/without ArcGIS ImageExtension for ServerArcGIS for DesktopEsri Geoportal ServerWeb CoverageService 1.1.1ArcGIS for INSPIREArcGIS for ServerArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREEsri Geoportal ServerCatalog Services 1.0—Z39.50ArcIMSEsri Geoportal ServerEsri Geoportal ServerCatalog Service for theWeb (CSW) 2.0.1ArcIMSEsri Geoportal ServerCSW Client for ArcGISEsri Geoportal Server
  • 7. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 4Specification Provider ConsumerCSW 2.0.2 ArcIMSEsri Geoportal ServerCSW Client for ArcGISEsri Geoportal ServerSimple Features(SF) 1.1ArcGISArcSDE®ArcGISGeography MarkupLanguage (GML) 2.xArcIMS WFS Connector ArcGIS DataInteroperabilityGeography MarkupLanguage 3.1.xArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS DataInteroperabilityEsri Geoportal ServerSimple Features GML(SF-GML)ArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for ServerArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREEsri Geoportal ServerKML Version 2.1 ArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for ServerArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS ExplorerArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS OnlineArcGlobeOGC KML Version 2.2 ArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREArcGIS for ServerArcGIS OnlineEsri Geoportal ServerArcGIS DataInteroperabilityArcGIS ExplorerArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS for INSPIREArcGIS OnlineArcGlobeEsri Geoportal ServerWeb Map Tile Service(WMTS) 1.0ArcGIS for Server ArcGIS for DesktopArcGIS Web MappingAPIsWeb Processing Service(WPS) 1.0ArcGIS for Server
  • 8. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462Esri White Paper 5Specification Provider ConsumerSensor Observation Service(SOS) 2.0SOS for ArcGIS for Server ArcGIS for Desktop SOSExtensionSensorML 2.0 SOS for ArcGIS for ServerObservations andMeasurement (O&M) 2.0SOS for ArcGIS for ServerAll products mentioned in the table above refer to the most recent product versions wherethe standard/specification is supported. Earlier versions of the products have alsosupported many of these specifications.For up-to-date information on OGC-compliant Esri products, visit the OGC website atwww.opengeospatial.org/resource/products/#ESRI.SupportedISO/TC 211InternationalStandardsISO/TC 211 GeographicInformation StandardsEsris ImplementationISO 19106:2004—Profiles Esri has used the concepts in this standard toproduce user-community profiles of metadata andthe Simple Features GML.ISO 19107:2003—SpatialSchemaEsri has used the concepts in this standard in thedevelopment of ISO 19125 and ISO 19115; basicconcepts defined in this standard are implementedin ArcGIS and in the design of geodatabases. Thisis the foundation for Simple Features GML.ISO 19108:2003—TemporalSchemaEsri has implemented the concepts in this standardin metadata and handling time-aware data inArcGIS.ISO 19109:2005—Rules forApplication SchemaUsing the concepts described in this standard, Esridefines application schemas using a conceptualschema language (e.g., UML). The ArcGIS DataInteroperability extension applies the concepts ofmapping from one application schema to anotherfor data transfer as defined in the standard. Esri alsouses the same concepts as the general feature model(GFM) as defined in the standard.
  • 9. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 6ISO/TC 211 GeographicInformation StandardsEsris ImplementationISO 19110:2005—Methodologyfor Feature CatalogingEsri participates in several standards organizationsto develop an encoding for feature catalogs basedon the concepts in this standard. Encoded catalogscan be used as additional metadata.ISO 19111:2003—SpatialReferencing by CoordinatesEsri implements the basic concepts defined in thisstandard through GML and in coordinate referencesystem libraries in ArcGIS.ISO 19112:2003—SpatialReferencing by GeographicIdentifiersEsri uses the concepts defined in this standard in theimplementation of gazetteers as well as whereverspatial referencing by geographic identifiers is used.ISO 19113:2002—QualityPrinciples;ISO 19114:2003—QualityEvaluation ProceduresEsri implements the concepts in these standards inits mapping and charting solution products anddatabase production services.ISO 19115:2003—Metadata Esri implements this standard with Esri GeoportalServer and in ArcGIS for Desktop. Esri productsimplement several major profiles of this standard:North American Profile, Infrastructure for SpatialInformation in Europe (INSPIRE), and thecomplete ISO 19115. Esri played a lead role insupporting the development of this standard and isleading the new revision project.ISO 19118:2005—Encoding Esri used the concepts defined in this standardwhile leading the development of SF-GML and ISO19139.ISO 19119:2005—Services Esri is using the concepts defined in this standard inits implementation of the OGC W*S specifications.ISO 19123:2005—Schema forCoverage GeometryEsri uses the concepts defined in this standard forexchanging and interfacing with several raster,matrix, and TIN structures.ISO 19125:2004—Simple FeatureAccess—Parts 1–2Esri implements this standard with ArcSDEtechnology and ArcGIS for Desktop. Esri played alead role in supporting the development of thisstandard.
  • 10. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462Esri White Paper 7ISO/TC 211 GeographicInformation StandardsEsris ImplementationISO 19128:2005—Web MapServer InterfaceEsri supports this standard in both its server andclient implementations. From an implementationperspective, this is equivalent to the OGC WMS 1.3specification.ISO 19136:2007—GeographyMarkup LanguageEsri implements this standard in ArcGIS forINSPIRE and the ArcGIS Data Interoperabilityextension. This is equivalent to OGC GML 3.2.1.ISO 19139:2007—Metadata:XML Schema ImplementationEsri implements this standard with Esri GeoportalServer, and ArcGIS for Desktop supports theimporting, exporting, and validation of metadataaccording to this standard.In addition, Esri is participating in the review, development, and/or test implementationof many of the Draft ISO Standards (DIS) and Final Draft ISO Standards (FDIS) beingfinalized in ISO/TC 211, including these:■ ISO 19117 Revision—Portrayal■ ISO 19115-1—Metadata Fundamentals (revision)■ ISO 19115-3—Metadata XML Schema Encoding of ISO 19115-1■ ISO 19146—Cross-Domain Vocabularies■ ISO 19157—Data Quality■ ISO 19158—Quality Assurance of Data Supply■ ISO 19160—AddressingExtensibility andCustomizationMany specifications and standards are written to provide support for a wide variety ofdomains and communities. Various interest groups, therefore, tend to use thesespecifications as overall guidance to define custom profiles and application schemas thatare relevant to their domain.Similarly, some specifications provide an underlying framework that is informationmodel agnostic; the catalog specification (OGC CSW) can be implemented to supportmultiple information models—ISO, ebRIM, and so forth.Esris family of products not only supports many of these profiles, application schemas,and information models out of the box but also provides convenient tools for extendingand customizing the existing functionality to accommodate and work with these newlyemerging schemas and models.
  • 11. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 8For example:■ OGC Catalog Service for the Web and Metadata● ArcGIS and Esri Geoportal Server CSW implementations support both theISO/TC 211 and ebRIM information models.● The CSW provider (part of the metadata server) can be extended to supportadditional queryables, returnables, and profiles.● Esris CSW client can be extended by users to support other CSW interfaces asthey become available.● ArcGIS metadata editors may be extended to support specific national ordomain profiles (North American Profile, ANZLIC, etc.).Domain andNational StandardsMany geospatial standards for specific communities and domains utilize OGC andISO/TC 211 standards. This includes standards-oriented organizations such as the FederalGeographic Data Committee (FGDC), Geospatial Intelligence Standards Working Group(GWG), and Defence Geographic Information Working Group (DGIWG). Additionally,many GIS national standards bodies—the US InterNational Committee for InformationTechnology Standards (INCITS), Standards Canada, Standards China, European UnionsINSPIRE Directives, and so forth—include OGC and ISO/TC 211 standards in their listsof national geospatial standards.By supporting OGC and ISO/TC 211 standards directly and by supporting customizationtools for building domain or national profiles of these standards, Esri supports thesestandards development organizations (SDOs) standards as well.For MoreInformationFor the most up-to-date list of OGC and ISO/TC 211 standards supported by Esri, visitesri.com/standards.
  • 12. J9462Esri White Paper 9Appendix A: OGCs Exhibit A—Compliant Product Listing forEsriItem Product SpecificationCertification Date(TSR Approved)1. Spatial DatabaseEngine™ orArcSDE 3.02 for DB2DatajoinerOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.0, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Dec. 23, 19992. Spatial Database Engineor ArcSDE 3.02 forInformixOpen GIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Dec. 23, 19993. Spatial Database Engine3.02 for OracleOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, NormalizedGeometry Alternative—SFS(NG) 1.1Dec. 23, 19994. ArcGIS 8.1 OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for OLE/COM,Version 1.1, SFO 1.1 AlternativeJun. 21, 20015. ArcSDE 8.1 for DB2 OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 21, 20016. ArcSDE 8.1 forInformixOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 21, 20017. ArcSDE 9.0 for DB2 OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Aug. 22, 20058. ArcSDE 9.0 forInformixOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Aug. 22, 20059. ArcSDE 9.0 for Oracle OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Aug. 22, 200510. ArcSDE 9.0 for SQLServerOpen GIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Aug. 22, 2005
  • 13. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 10Item Product SpecificationCertification Date(TSR Approved)11. ArcIMS 9.0 WMS OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Aug. 25, 200512. ArcSDE 9.1 for DB2 OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Aug. 22, 200513. ArcSDE 9.1 forInformixOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Aug. 22, 200514. ArcSDE 9.1 for Oracle OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Aug. 22, 200515. ArcSDE 9.1 for SQLServerOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Aug. 22, 200516. ArcIMS 9.1 WMS OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Aug. 25, 200517. ArcIMS 9.1 SP1 OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.0—WFS 1.0Nov. 1, 200518. ArcIMS 9.2 OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.0—WFS 1.0Oct. 24, 200619. ArcIMS 9.2 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Oct. 24, 200620. ArcGIS Server 9.2Enterprise: DB2—Spatial Types andFunctionsOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 24, 200621. ArcGIS Server 9.2Enterprise: Informix—Spatial Types andFunctionsOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 24, 200622. ArcGIS Server 9.2Enterprise: Oracle—Binary SchemaOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Oct. 24, 200623. ArcGIS Server 9.2Enterprise: Oracle—Spatial Types andFunctionsOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 24, 2006
  • 14. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462Esri White Paper 11Item Product SpecificationCertification Date(TSR Approved)24. ArcGIS Server 9.2Enterprise: SQL—Binary SchemaOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Oct. 24, 200625. ArcGIS Server 9.2Workgroup: SQLServer Express—BinarySchemaOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Version 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Oct. 24, 200626. ArcGIS Server 9.2 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Oct. 24, 200627. ArcIMS 9.3 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Oct. 9, 200828. ArcIMS 9.3 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.3—WMS 1.3Oct. 9, 200829. ArcIMS 9.3 OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceImplementation Specification,Version 1.0—WFS 1.0Oct. 9, 200830. ArcGIS Server 9.3 forDB2Open GIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 9, 200831. ArcSDE 9.3 for SQLServerOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Oct. 9, 200832. ArcSDE 9.3 forPostgresOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 9, 200833. ArcSDE 9.3 for Oracle OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 9, 200834. ArcSDE 9.3 for Oracle OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Oct. 9, 200835. ArcSDE 9.3 forInformixOpen GIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Oct. 9, 2008
  • 15. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 12Item Product SpecificationCertification Date(TSR Approved)36. ArcGIS Server 9.3 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceInterface Standard, Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Oct. 9, 200837. ArcGIS Server 9.3 OpenGIS Web Catalog ServiceInterface Standard, Version 1.0—WCS 1.0Oct. 9, 200838. ArcGIS Server 9.3 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceInterface Standard, Version 1.3.0—WMS 1.3.0Oct. 9, 200839. ArcGIS Server 9.3 SP1 OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceInterface Standard, Version 1.0—WFS 1.0Jun. 22, 200940. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceInterface Standard, Version 1.0—WFS 1.0Jul. 1, 200941. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1Geoportal ExtensionOpenGIS Catalog Service—Web,Version 2.0.2—CSW 2.0.2Jul. 1, 200942. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceInterface Standard, Version 1.3—WMS 1.3Jul. 1, 200943. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1Enterprise (ArcSDE)for SQL ServerOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Jul. 6, 200944. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1Enterprise (ArcSDE)for InformixOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types and FunctionsAlternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jul. 6, 200945. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1Enterprise (ArcSDE)for OracleOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jul. 6, 200946. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1Enterprise (ArcSDE)for OracleOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Jul. 6, 200947. ArcSDE for PostgreSQL,Version 9.3.1OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jul. 6, 200948. ArcGIS Server 9.3.1Enterprise (ArcSDE) forDB2—Spatial Types andFunctionsOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jul. 6, 2009
  • 16. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462Esri White Paper 13Item Product SpecificationCertification Date(TSR Approved)49. ArcGIS Server 10.0Enterprise (ArcSDE)for DB2OpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 1, 201050. ArcGIS Server 10.0Enterprise (ArcSDE)for InformixOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 1, 201051. ArcGIS Server 10.0Enterprise (ArcSDE)for OracleOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 1, 201052. ArcGIS Server 10.0Enterprise (ArcSDE)for OracleOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Jun. 1, 201053. ArcGIS Server 10.0Enterprise (ArcSDE)for PostgreSQLOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Types andFunctions Alternative—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 1, 201054. ArcGIS Server 10.0Enterprise (ArcSDE)for SQL ServerOpenGIS Simple FeaturesSpecification for SQL,Revision 1.1, Binary GeometryAlternative—SFS(BG) 1.1Jun. 1, 201055. ArcGIS Server 10.0 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceInterface Standard,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Jun. 1, 201056. ArcGIS Server 10.0 OpenGIS Web Map ServiceInterface Standard,Version 1.3.0—WMS 1.3.0Jun. 1, 201057. ArcGIS Server 10.0 OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceInterface Standard,Version 1.0.0—WFS 1.0.0Jun. 1, 201058. ArcGIS Server 10.0 OpenGIS Web Coverage ServiceInterface Standard,Version 1.0.0—WCS 1.0.0Jun. 1, 201059. ArcGIS Server 10.0Geoportal ExtensionOpenGIS Catalog ServiceImplementation Standard,Version 2.0.2—CAT 2.0.2Jun. 1, 201060. Esri GeoportalServer 1.2.2OpenGIS Catalog ServiceImplementation Standard,Version 2.0.2—CAT 2.0.2Jun. 26, 2012
  • 17. Esri-Supported Open GeospatialConsortium and ISO/TC 211 StandardsJ9462March 2013 14Item Product SpecificationCertification Date(TSR Approved)61. ArcGIS 10.1 for Server OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Standard,Version 1.1.1—WMS 1.1.1Jun. 26, 201262. ArcGIS 10.1 for Server OpenGIS Web Map ServiceImplementation Standard,Version 1.3.0—WMS 1.3.0Jun. 26, 201263. ArcGIS 10.1 for Server OpenGIS Web Coverage ServiceImplementation Standard,Version 1.0.0—WCS 1.0.0Jun. 26, 201264. ArcGIS 10.1 for Server OpenGIS Web Feature ServiceImplementation Standard,Version 1.0.0—WFS 1.0.0Jun. 26, 201265. ArcGIS 10.1 for ServerEnterprise for DB2OpenGIS Simple Features forSQL Implementation Standard,Types and Functions Alternative,Version 1.1—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 26, 201266. ArcGIS 10.1 for ServerEnterprise for SQLServerOpenGIS Simple Features forSQL Implementation Standard,Binary Geometry Alternative,Version 1.1—SFS(BG) 1.1Jun. 26, 201267. ArcGIS 10.1 for ServerEnterprise forPostgreSQLOpenGIS Simple Features forSQL Implementation Standard,Types and Functions Alternative,Version 1.1—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 26, 201268. ArcGIS 10.1 for ServerEnterprise for InformixOpenGIS Simple Features forSQL Implementation Standard,Types & Functions Alternative,Version 1.1—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 26, 201269. ArcGIS 10.1 for ServerEnterprise for OracleOpenGIS Simple Features forSQL Implementation Standard,Binary Geometry Alternative,Version 1.1—SFS(BG) 1.1Jun. 26, 201270. ArcGIS 10.1 for ServerEnterprise for OracleOpenGIS Simple Features forSQL Implementation Standard,Types and Functions Alternative,Version 1.1—SFS(TF) 1.1Jun. 26, 2012
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