Each major, minor, and patch release of ArcGIS Pro includes fixes for bugs that were reported to Esri Technical Support. The bugs that were fixed are reported in the Issues Addressed list.
For information about compatibility between ArcGIS Pro 3.x and previous releases, see Migration from ArcGIS Pro 2.x to 3.x.
Issues Addressed list
See the Issues Addressed list for 3.2 [PDF].
- You can find more information about an issue in the .pdf file by searching for the BUG number on the Technical Support website.
- The .pdf file is updated as patches are released.
ArcGIS Pro build numbers and release dates for each release are listed on the Technical Support website.
Major and minor releases also include new functionality, which is described in What's new in ArcGIS Pro.
Removal and deprecation notices
Notices are released when it is determined that functionality will be removed from a future version of ArcGIS Pro. The notices describe what will be removed, so you can evaluate whether your workflows will be affected; alternative functionality, so you can find other ways to reach the same or similar results; and when the removal will occur, if known. You can browse ArcGIS Pro deprecation notices by release on the technical support website.
Functionality removed at ArcGIS Pro 3.2
The following subsections note functionality that was removed at ArcGIS Pro 3.2.
The following Python library has been removed from the default arcgispro-py3 environment at ArcGIS Pro 3.2: despatch.
Functionality that will be removed in future releases
The following subsections note functionality that is scheduled to be removed in a release after ArcGIS Pro 3.2.
Support for binary geometry storage
Support for viewing feature class data that uses binary geometry storage will be removed in a future ArcGIS Pro release. This includes sdebinary and Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) well-known binary (WKB) in geodatabases in Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server and sdelob in geodatabases in Oracle.
In preparation for this, use the Migrate Storage geoprocessing tool to migrate the geometry storage of existing feature classes to a supported data type.
Geodatabases you create in SQL Server using ArcGIS Pro 3.2 or create using geoprocessing tools installed with ArcGIS Server 11.2 will not contain sdebinary and OGC WKB configuration keywords.
Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and PostgreSQL 11.x
ArcGIS Pro 3.2 and ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2 are the last releases to support Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and PostgreSQL 11.x. If you use ArcGIS to access data in either of these database management system versions, you'll need to upgrade the database to use it with future versions of ArcGIS.
Support for shapefile-based network datasets
ArcGIS Pro 3.2 and ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2 are the last releases to support network datasets in shapefiles.
Support for ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic)
Workflow Manager (Classic) retires in ArcGIS Pro 3.4 and the Workflow Manager (Classic) toolbox is deprecated. Current users are encouraged to begin creating projects in the services-driven version of Workflow Manager.
Geoprocessing tools deprecated at ArcGIS Pro 3.2
The geoprocessing tools that are deprecated with this release are listed by toolbox name in the sections below.
Spatial Analyst geoprocessing tools
The following Spatial Analyst tools are deprecated at this release:
- Area Solar Radiation
- Point Solar Radiation
Database versions no longer supported
PostgreSQL 11.x is not supported starting with ArcGIS Pro 3.2 and ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2. In consequence, Microsoft Azure Database for PostgreSQL (Single Server) is no longer supported, because 11.x is the final release of that database service offering.
Upgrade to a supported PostgreSQL version to use with ArcGIS Pro 3.2 and ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2.
Companion ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise versions
ArcGIS is a system that can be extended with multiple products to fit many needs. Two products that are frequently used together are ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise. Major and minor versions of these two products are developed together and released within months of each other so that shared functionality can be introduced and improved.
Although earlier and later versions of ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise work together for most functionality, pairing companion versions is recommended. When that isn't possible, staying within a range of two companion versions is recommended. The table below lists the companion versions.
|ArcGIS Pro version||ArcGIS Enterprise version|
ArcGIS Pro 3.2
ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2
ArcGIS Pro 3.1
ArcGIS Enterprise 11.1
ArcGIS Pro 3.0
ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0
ArcGIS Pro 2.9
ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1
ArcGIS Pro 2.8
ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9
When specific minimum software version combinations are required for a piece of functionality, that will be stated in the documentation for that functionality.
The acknowledgements for ArcGIS can be found on the Esri legal website.