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The libraries are listed in the table below in dependency order. Use the links to navigate to a more detailed overview of each library. Knowing the library dependency order is important, since it affects the way in which developers interact with the libraries as they develop software. Understanding the dependencies also helps when deploying your developments.

The library contains components that expose services used by the other libraries composing ArcGIS. Interfaces such as ICommand and ITool are defined in this library. Implementation of these types is normally done in one or more libraries, higher in the architecture. The Geometry library contains the core geometry objects, such as Point, Polygon, Polyline, etc.

The Geometry library also defines and implements the spatial reference objects for both projected and geographic coordinate systems. The Display library contains the components that support drawing symbology to an output device. Screen displays, symbols, colors and feedback objects, along with their supporting objects are all defined in the library. The connection is managed via the objects in this library, but objects from other libraries can be created by using functions on the server object.

The Output library contains the objects required generate output, most commonly from Maps or PageLayouts, to both printers and plotters or exporting to files.

The GeoDatabase library contains types for all the definitions relating to data access. The implementation of many of the types is contained in the respective DataSource library. The ArcWeb library enables connections to ArcWeb services. The DataSourcesRaster library contains the workspace factories and workspaces for file based raster data formats.

The GeoDatabaseExtensions library contains objects to aid in the creation, management, and use of terrain datasets and cadastral fabrics. Note: At the 9. The Carto library contains the objects for displaying data.

The PageLayout and Map objects are in this library along map layers, renders for all the supported data types. This library also contains the MxdServer and MapServer objects used by servers to display map data in a client server environment. The MilitaryAnalyst library implements the non-user interface functionality of the Military Analyst extension.

The NetworkAnalysis library supports the creation and analysis of utility networks. The Location library contains objects related to working with location data. This can either be route events or geocoding locations. The GeoAnalyst library contains core spatial analysis operations that are used by both the SpatialAnalyst and 3DAnalyst extensions. The Animation library contains objects to work with animations in Map, Scene and Globe.

In ArcGIS 9. It is only available for the Scene and Globe controls, which are supported with the 3D Analyst extension. The Maplex library contains the objects for labeling features using the Maplex Extension. Other Maplex objects can be found in the Carto library. The Geoprocessing library implements the Geoprocessing framework in addition to the base set of Geoprocessing tools. The tools available depend on the licenses available to you. See the individual tools for specific license information.

Some geoprocessing tools and functionality require an extension license. See the documentation for each tool for specifics. The NetworkAnalyst library provides objects for working with network datasets. These objects allow you to perform network analysis in your applications. The Schematic library implements the non user-interface functionality of the Schematics extension. It handles the core objects of the ArcGIS Schematics extension, used to manage schematic data and processes.

The Schematics extension supports the analysis, display, and manipulation of schematic data within ArcGIS. The SpatialAnalyst library contains objects for performing spatial analyst on raster and vector data. The 3DAnalyst library contains objects for performing 3D analysis of data, along with the support for displaying 3D data. The GlobeCore library contains objects for performing analysis of globe data, along with the support for displaying globe data.

A control is available in this library for developers to use. The Controls library contains controls for application development including commands and tools for use with the controls.

The TrackingAnalyst library implements the non-user interface functionality of the Tracking Analyst extension to ArcMap. The GeoDatabaseUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the GeoDatabase library.

The DisplayUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the Display library. The OutputUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the Output library. The CartoUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the Carto library.

The library supports both a user interface and a programming API to allow developers to extend the core functionality of the editor with their own editing commands and tasks. The GeoReferenceUI library provides objects to rectify spatial data into a known coordinate system. The LocationUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the Location library. The GeoDatabaseDistributedUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the GeoDatabaseDistributed library.

Depending on the components used from the library an extension license may be required see the individual objects for more information. The OutputExtensionsUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the OutputExtensions library. The library supports a number of objects that you, as a developer, can use; NetworkAnalystExtension, NAWindow, and a few geoprocessing objects are defined in the library.

The SpatialAnalystUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the SpatialAnalyst library. The SchematicUI library provides user interfaces to support objects contained in the Schematic library.

The 3DAnalystUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the 3DAnalyst library. The GlobeCore library provides user interfaces components specific to the ArcGlobe application; in addition it provides UI support for objects contained in the GlobeCore library.

The PublisherUI library provides user interfaces including; property pages and extensions to the ArcMap and ArcCatalog application to support objects contained in the Publisher library. The Framework library provides core components to support user interface components and applications. The CatalogUI library provides user interfaces including property pages to support objects contained in the Catalog library. The OutputExtensions library extends the core output functionality with more advanced output capabilities.

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The libraries are listed in the table below in dependency order. Use the links to navigate to a more detailed overview of each library. Knowing the library dependency order is important, since it affects the way in which developers interact with the libraries as they develop software. Understanding the dependencies also helps when deploying your developments. The library contains components that expose services used by the other libraries composing ArcGIS. Interfaces such as ICommand and ITool are defined in this library.

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