﻿ HasID Property (Geometry)—ArcGIS Pro
ArcGIS Pro 3.2 API Reference Guide
ArcGIS.Core.Geometry Namespace / Geometry Class / HasID Property
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HasID Property (Geometry)
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Gets a value indicating if the geometry has ID.
Syntax
`public bool HasID {get;}`
`Public ReadOnly Property HasID As Boolean`
Example
MapPoint Builder Properties
```// MapPointBuilderEx constructors can run on any thread.

MapPoint point1 = null;
MapPoint point2 = null;

SpatialReference spatialReference = SpatialReferenceBuilder.CreateSpatialReference(54004);

MapPointBuilderEx mapPointBuilder = new MapPointBuilderEx(100, 200, spatialReference);
SpatialReference sr = mapPointBuilder.SpatialReference; // sr != null
int wkid = sr.Wkid; // wkid = 54004
bool hasZ = mapPointBuilder.HasZ;   // hasZ = false
bool hasM = mapPointBuilder.HasM;   // hasM = false
bool hasID = mapPointBuilder.HasID; // hasID = false
bool isEmpty = mapPointBuilder.IsEmpty; // isEmpty = false
double x = mapPointBuilder.X;   // x = 100
double y = mapPointBuilder.Y;   // y = 200
double z = mapPointBuilder.Z;   // z = 0, default value
double m = mapPointBuilder.M;   // m is NaN, default value
double id = mapPointBuilder.ID; // id = 0, default value

// Do something with the builder
mapPointBuilder.Z = 12; // Setting the z-value automatically sets HasZ property to true

point1 = mapPointBuilder.ToGeometry();
sr = point1.SpatialReference; // sr != null
wkid = sr.Wkid; // wkid = 54004
hasZ = point1.HasZ;   // hasZ = true
hasM = point1.HasM;   // hasM = false
hasID = point1.HasID; // hasID = false
x = point1.X;   // x = 100
y = point1.Y;   // y = 200
z = point1.Z;   // z = 12
m = point1.M;   // m is NaN, default value
id = point1.ID; // id = 0, default value

// Change some of the builder properties
mapPointBuilder.SetValues(11, 22);
mapPointBuilder.HasZ = false;
mapPointBuilder.HasM = true;
mapPointBuilder.M = 44;

// Create another point
point2 = mapPointBuilder.ToGeometry();

bool isEqual = point1.IsEqual(point2); // isEqual = false

// Set the builder to empty
// Sets X and Y to NaN. Sets other attributes to the default values.
// Does not change the attribute awareness.
mapPointBuilder.SetEmpty();

MapPoint point3 = mapPointBuilder.ToGeometry();
sr = point3.SpatialReference; // sr != null
wkid = sr.Wkid; // wkid = 54004
hasZ = point3.HasZ;        // hasZ = false
hasM = point3.HasM;        // hasM = true
hasID = point3.HasID;      // hasID = false
isEmpty = point3.IsEmpty;  // isEmpty = true
x = point3.X;              // x is NaN
y = point3.Y;              // y is NaN
z = point3.Z;              // z = 0, default value
m = point3.M;              // m is NaN, default value
id = point3.ID;            // ID = 0, default value

// Create a builder from a point
mapPointBuilder = new MapPointBuilderEx(point2); // point1 = (11, 22, 0, 44, 0)
sr = mapPointBuilder.SpatialReference; // sr != null
wkid = sr.Wkid; // wkid = 54004
hasZ = mapPointBuilder.HasZ;        // hasZ = false
hasM = mapPointBuilder.HasM;        // hasM = true
hasID = mapPointBuilder.HasID;      // hasID = false
isEmpty = mapPointBuilder.IsEmpty;  // isEmpty = false
x = mapPointBuilder.X;              // x = 11
y = mapPointBuilder.Y;              // y = 22
z = mapPointBuilder.Z;              // z = 0, default value
m = mapPointBuilder.M;              // m = 44
id = mapPointBuilder.ID;            // ID = 0, default value

// Setting attribute values automatically sets the corresponding flag to true
mapPointBuilder.Z = 150;
mapPointBuilder.ID = 2;

// Remove the spatial reference
mapPointBuilder.SpatialReference = null;

MapPoint point4 = mapPointBuilder.ToGeometry() as MapPoint;
sr = point3.SpatialReference; // sr = null
hasZ = point3.HasZ;        // hasZ = true
hasM = point3.HasM;        // hasM = true
hasID = point3.HasID;      // hasID = true
isEmpty = point3.IsEmpty;  // isEmpty = false
x = point3.X;              // x = 11
y = point3.Y;              // y = 22
z = point3.Z;              // z = 150
m = point3.M;              // m = 44
id = point3.ID;            // ID = 2
```
Requirements

Target Platforms: Windows 11, Windows 10

ArcGIS Pro version: 3 or higher.