ArcGIS Pro 2.6 falls in love with (editing) Geopackage :-)

Good news for all users and fans of Geopackage – with ArcGIS 2.6 ESRI made it possible to edit features stored in a geopackage database directly 🙂 So after QGIS making geopackage it’s default „geodatabase“, ESRI also supports it including editing features.

I did a first workflow and ArcGIS Pro 2.6 did it’s job editing features stored in a geopackage 🙂

ArcGIS Pro 2.6 allows editing Geopackage geometries


From SQLITE dump to QGIS with Spatialite

The nature observation platform provides a SQLite-dump of your observations. As a geospatial nerd it is obvious to have a deeper look on the database and how the location of the observations is stored… and to think one step further: Make a Spatialite database of it and use it directly in QGIS or ArcGIS.

[1] Export your data from as SQLITE-dump: SQLite Download