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ArcGIS Pro Geoprocessing

What is Geoprocessing

Geoprocessing is based on a framework of data transformation, and and produces a new dataset as the result of the tool.

Geoprocessing is provide tools and a framework for performing analysis and managing your geographic data. The modeling and analysis capabilities geoprocessing provides make ArcGIS a complete geographic information system.

Geoprocessing allows you to chain together sequences of tools, feeding the output of one tool into another. You can use this ability to compose an infinite number of geoprocessing models that help you automate your work and solve complex problems.

Geoprocessing Tool

Use the ArcGIS Pro Geoprocessing tools to perform spatial analysis or manage your GIS data.

Geoprocessing tools can also be run from ArcGIS Server using Python of ArcGIS Server and ArcPy.

Open Geoprocessing Tool

On the Analysis tab provides access to all of the geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro.

Steps :

1. On the Analysis tab in the Geoprocessing group, click the Tools button Tools.

2. The Geoprocessing pane appears, find and run a geoprocessing tool, you can pick it from the Favorites list, the Toolboxes list, or search for the tool in the search box.

(Optionally, select Environments settings. If set here, they will only be applied to this specific execution of the tool).

3. Click the Run button, to run geoprocessing tool.

Publish Geoprocessing Services

To publish a geoprocessing service, you need a result in the Results window and an administrator connection to an ArcGIS Server.

Working through the options in the Publish Geoprocessing Service pane allows you to set how results are returned and configure tool input parameters for the service.

Authoring and Sharing Geoprocessing services

The authoring process starts with the creation of a model or Python script tool in ArcGIS Pro.

Once you’ve authored and successfully run your tool, you can share it to ArcGIS Server as a geoprocessing service.