Earlier this year we had occasion to work with Juan Chu Chow and the team at Safe, as we were trying to deploy OGC WFS services atop a legacy Oracle database, to support Katrina recovery efforts. Safe is responsible for the third party components used in ESRI's Data Interoperability Extension, and I must say, A.) the folks at ESRI Tech Support, Vasu P., Tony Wakim and others did a great job at responding to our calls for help, supporting us and putting us in touch with Safe, and B.) Juan Chu Chow at Safe was extremely responsive and delivered some quick solutions that allowed us to deliver the application quickly.
FME 2006 includes over 1000 user-requested enhancements. Some of the new formats now supported in FME 2006 include Google Earth™ KML, GML 3.1.1, and six new raster preview formats. Three significant new features in FME 2006 that are already popular with our test users are Custom Transformers, Shared Directories, and Published Parameters. These three features allow individuals and teams to re-use and share workflows instead of re-inventing them.
Thanks again, guys!
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