ArcGIS Pro 2.6 API Reference Guide
CIMFeatureLayer Class

ArcGIS.Core.CIM Namespace : CIMFeatureLayer Class
Represents feature layer used to draw data from feature classes.
Object Model
CIMFeatureLayer ClassCIMLayerAction ClassCIMChart ClassCIMStringMap ClassCIMDisplayFilter ClassCIMDisplayFilter ClassCIMFeatureExtrusion ClassCIMExpressionInfo ClassCIMFeatureHyperlink ClassCIMDataConnection ClassCIMFeatureReduction ClassCIMFeatureTable ClassCIMEditingTemplate ClassCIMFeatureLayer ClassCIMFeatureLayer ClassCIMHtmlPopupFormat ClassCIMLabelClass ClassCIM3DLayerProperties ClassCIMLayerElevationSurface ClassCIMLayerTemplate ClassCIMSymbolLayerMasking ClassCIMPageDefinition ClassCIMPopupInfo ClassCIMRenderer ClassCIMRenderer ClassCIMColor ClassCIMSymbolReference ClassTimeInstant ClassCIMSymbolLayerDrawing ClassCIMRenderer Class

A feature layer displays a set of geographic features.

A geographic feature represents a real-world object on the earth. It has a spatially- referenced location, stored as a point, line, or polygon, and a set of attributes that describe the feature. Its position is accurate and relevant within a particular scale range. Geographic features are the core spatial data holdings of an organization. They can serve as official records, are used in spatial analysis, and are used as source data for cartography.

Feature layers draw their features by using a feature renderer to transform the geographic feature into one or more graphic entities. Feature renderers read the feature's geometry and attribute values to generate graphic entities that graphically depict the feature on a map.

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Target Platforms: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7

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CIMFeatureLayer Members
ArcGIS.Core.CIM Namespace