Creating a file to store coordinate system definitions

Sometimes, a map that you want to use supports a projected coordinate system for which Analyst's Notebook Connector for Esri does not have a definition. In that case, you must add the well-known text (WKT) definition for that coordinate system to a file named CoordinateSystemWkts.

You must create the CoordinateSystemWkts file within your roaming application data location (FOLDERID_Roaming_AppData), which is hidden by default. You might need to change your folder options to show the roaming application data directory.
To create an empty CoordinateSystemWkts file:
  1. Navigate to your roaming application data location.

    For systems that are running Windows™ Vista or later, this location is C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming. For systems that are running Windows XP, the location is %USERPROFILE%\Application Data (for example, C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Application Data\).

  2. In that location, if there is no directory with the name i2\i2 Analyst's Notebook Esri Edition, then create one.
  3. Using a text editor, create and save a file with the name CoordinateSystemWkts.
    Ensure that you save the file with no file extension.