WFS To Feature Class (Conversion)
Imports a feature type from a web feature service (WFS) to a feature class in a geodatabase.
After setting the URL for the WFS server, all feature types published from the server are listed. Examples can include WFS feature types for schools, roads and parcels. One of these is then selected and an output location and feature class name are specified. The output location can be the root level of a geodatabase or a feature dataset within a geodatabase.
By default all features from the WFS source are added to the feature class. The extent environment setting can be used to limit the features to just those that intersect a user-defined extent. You can also specify an output config keyword and output spatial grids using the geodatabase settings section of the environment settings.
The URL of the source WFS service. T
The list of feature types published from the WFS service.
The output location can be the root level of a geodatabase or a feature dataset within a geodatabase. If the output location is a feature dataset, the coordinates are converted from the source coordinate system to the coordinate system of the feature dataset.
The name of the feature class to create within the output location. The name must not already exist in the geodatabase. By default, the feature type name is used.