ArcPy function to export a map document’s page layout or data frame to the Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format. CONVERTING DATA IN ARCGIS ArcGIS has data conversion commands in all The context menu of a shapefile or a coverage has the Export command for . A: This error message may appear when exporting an attribute map or ranked variable map from ioGAS using the Export to ESRI Geodatabase.

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I keep receiving the error message:. I suspect the error is in my definition and relationship of the document, active view and page layout. I have looked at examples and tried different definitions and procedures but I have been unable to figure out how to fix the problem. Expot is my code incorporating the coding used in the ESRI active page layout pdf export code snippet.

This should work to export your page layout:. The snippet I mentioned in my comment, http: When the function is called from a different method it is providing that value e.

You need to assign that value to the variable before the Select Case statement:. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated arcobmects of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your wrcobjects use of the website is subject to these policies. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I keep receiving the error message: Show “Finished Exporting Map” pExport.

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When I use this method, I receive the error message: Have you seen this code snippet, Export active view, help. I have seen that code snippet.

I tried to incorporate it into my code but I could not get it to work. I ran into a problem using: My project was treating it as a class that did not have an appropriate definition. Once again I received an error related to unable to cast object to type. ExportFormat is a string parameter of the function, you need to arconjects this.

Can you add the Select Case lines in your code, not seeing it. Are you providing a value for t ExportFormat variable? This should work to export your page layout: Dan Jurgella 2, 4 Even with the explicit reference I still receive the “Implementing class” error message. I just tried taking away the import and reference and adding them again but I still have the error.

And for some reason I am still receiving the “unable to cast object” error solely on line 47 even if there is no code present at that line or if all the code for my PDF Createmodule arcobjetcs below line Edited my expkrt to show the exact changes I made to your code as posted above your 2nd code block.

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With these changes do you still get invalid cast exception? You might want to edit your first post to reflect the exact code you are using at this moment, since there might be a line or two we are missing. Other than that, I’m sort of out of ideas at the moment.

I have updated my 1st code to reflect the changes that were made from your suggestions. You need to assign that value to the variable before the Select Case statement: Do you have all the required dependencies imported? As far as I know I have imported all the required dependencies. When I use breakpoints and debug I am receiving tto “Unable to Cast I am also receiving the “Implementing class I have included a screen shot of the messages at the bottom of my original post.

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