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How To: Create hyperlinks with relative pathnames Summary Sometimes you may want to give a map that contains hyperlinks to someone who does not have access to your network resources. For example, when you want to distribute a CD of data and maps. Just as you can save the map with relative pathnames to the data, you can also specify hyperlinks that refer to a location relative to the map. This method of specifying relative paths works for dynamic hyperlinks and field-based hyperlinks. Procedure There are two methods for applying relative paths for field-based hyperlinks.

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Problem: Hyperlinks fail to work in an attribute table Description Hyperlinks, which can be listed in an attribute table using a Text field and opened in ArcMap, sometimes fail to open. An error message similar to the following is returned: Cause This issue may occur due to the following potential issues. The data source has changed. The file path name is written incorrectly for example, case-sensitivity issues.

Solution or Workaround Ensure that hyperlinks are enabled in the feature layer. Right-click the feature in the Table of Contents, and select Properties. In the Layer Properties dialog, click the Display tab. Note: To directly associate hyperlinks to multiple documents for features, use the Identify tool. Refer to the following knowledge base article, HowTo: Display an image using the Identify tool , for further details.

Ensure the listed path is correct. Hyperlinks and local document paths may be case-sensitive. Additionally, review the file types for the correct suffix. For example,. Create a new field and update the hyperlink text. Click the drop-down for Table Options, and select Add Field. Start an edit session in ArcMap. Select Start Editing in the Editor toolbar. Back in the attribute table, provide a name to the new field, change the Type to text, and set the Length value.

Note: The Length number must fit the character count of the hyperlinks. Use a longer Length value if needed. Copy and paste the image hyperlinks in the new field created created above. Close the attribute table. Note: When pasting the hyperlink, delete the quotation marks at the front and the end of the pasted hyperlink. Click any feature on the map. The pop-up has a hyperlinked link to the image or the image folder.

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These links point at web pages created, owned, and maintained by Microsoft Corporation and Python Software Foundation. We cannot guarantee the availability of these pages and are not responsible for the content found on them. Defining dynamic hyperlinks through Identify results You can dynamically add a hyperlink to a feature using the Identify tool. With dynamic hyperlinks, you do not use an attribute field to supply the hyperlink targets. The hyperlink target you specify is associated with the identified feature. This association is stored with your layer.

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Problem: Hyperlinks fail to work in an attribute table

Problem: Hyperlinks fail to work in an attribute table Description Hyperlinks, which can be listed in an attribute table using a Text field and opened in ArcMap, sometimes fail to open. An error message similar to the following is returned: Cause This issue may occur due to the following potential issues. The data source has changed. The file path name is written incorrectly for example, case-sensitivity issues. Solution or Workaround Ensure that hyperlinks are enabled in the feature layer. Right-click the feature in the Table of Contents, and select Properties.

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Enhancements in ArcGIS 9. Create and access dynamic hyperlinks using the Identify tool. Hyperlinks come in two flavors: field based and dynamic. The number of hyperlinks in the document and what they will do determine which method you choose. Field-based hyperlinks are familiar to longtime users of Esri software. Create a text field in the attribute table of the features to be hyperlinked. Enter the target for the hyperlink in that field.

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