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More Information About ArcView GIS 3.2

Note: If you have a Language Supplement installed, please be aware that installing ArcView GIS 3.2 will revert your language version of ArcView GIS to English. ArcView GIS 3.2 will require a Language Supplement to maintain your current language version of ArcView GIS. The ArcView GIS 3.2 Language Supplements will be available later this year.

Thisdocument contains important, late-breaking information on the following topics:

1.0 Description of ArcView GIS 3.2
2.0 ArcView GIS 3.2 Documentation
3.0 New ArcView GIS Sample
4.0 Installed System Files
5.0 ArcView GIS 3.2 Font Changes
6.0 Known Issues

1.0 Description of ArcView GIS 3.2
There are several new functionalities in this release of ArcView GIS. What's newinformation is provided in the ArcView GIS Help system as well as in the "What's New in ArcView GIS Version 3.2" book.

2.0 ArcView GIS 3.2 Documentation
The ArcView GIS 3.2 CD-ROM contains the following documentation which can be found in the AVDOCS folder.

1. ArcView GIS 3.2 Installation Guide (av32inst.pdf)
2. What's New in ArcView GIS 3.2 (newin32.pdf)
3. Shapefile White Paper(shapefile.pdf)
4. Using ArcView Database Access (dbaccess.pdf)
5. A Crystal folder which includes Seagate Crystal Reports 7 User's Guide (usergde.pdf) and Technical Reference Guides (vol1.pdf, vol2.pdf, vol3.pdf and vol4.pdf)

All documentation is available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and requires Acrobat Reader for viewing. An installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 isavailable on the ArcView GIS 3.2 CD-ROM in the Acrobat4 folder. You can also obtain the Acrobat Reader from Adobe's home
page at

3.0 New ArcView GIS Sample
A new sample DLL, ScriptLog.dll, has been added to ArcView GIS 3.2 to aid in Avenue application development and debugging. This DLL adds the new avenue class, ScriptLog, which provides the functionality to create a log filecontaining the name and run time of scripts. The ScriptLog output contains the script name, the cumulative run time (in seconds), and run time of the script (in seconds). Note that the cumulative run time includes wait time and non-script invoked runtime.

Class Requests for ScriptLog

- Opens a new ScriptLog. The name of each script that is run is written tothe log file.

- Ends script logging.

The following five steps describe how to use ScriptLog.

1) Load the ScriptLog.dll in ArcView GIS using the following Avenue code.

_ScriptLogDll = System.LoadLibrary("$AVBIN\scriptlog.dll".AsFileName)
if (_ScriptLogDll nil) then
MsgBox.Error("Unable to load ScriptLog.dll", "")
return nil

2) Open a newlog file using the StartLog class request.

logFileName = FileName.Make("c:\temp\scriptlog.txt")

3) Run or debug your Avenue application as normal.

4) Close the log file by using the EndLog request.


5) Examine the log file contents. An example log file is below. This log file was generated by calling StartLog, choosing File/Save Asfrom the Project GUI, and then calling EndLog. Note that the script name is followed by the log's duration and the script's run-time duration.

Project.CustomizeUpdate: 0 (0)
Project.RenameUpdate: 0 (0)
Project.DeleteUpdate: 0 (0)
Project.AddTableUpdate: 0 (0)
Project.ImportUpdate: 0 (0)
Project.HasSQL: 0 (0)
WindowMenuUpdate: 0 (0)
Doc.NewUpdate: 0 (0)
Doc.OpenUpdate: 0 (0)Doc.ActionUpdate: 0 (0)
Project.UpdateButtons: 0 (0)
Project.CheckForEdits: 2 (0)
Project.SaveAs: 9 (7)
Project.CustomizeUpdate: 9 (0)
Project.RenameUpdate: 9 (0)
Project.DeleteUpdate: 9 (0)
Project.AddTableUpdate: 9 (0)
Project.ImportUpdate: 9 (0)
Project.HasSQL: 9 (0)
WindowMenuUpdate: 9 (0)
Doc.NewUpdate: 9 (0)
Doc.OpenUpdate: 9 (0)
Doc.ActionUpdate: 9 (0)
Project.UpdateButtons: 9 (0)...
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