The URL of the source WFS service (for example, http://sampleserver6.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/services/SampleWorldCities/MapServer/WFSServer?). If the input is a complex WFS service (Complex WFS service is checked), this can also be the path to the XML file.
Select Feature Type to Extract
The name of the WFS layer to extract from the input WFS service.
The location of the output feature class or geodatabase.
If the input is a simple WFS service, the output location can be a geodatabase or a feature dataset in a geodatabase. If the output location is a feature dataset, the coordinates are converted from the source coordinate system to the coordinate system of the feature dataset.
If the input is a complex WFS service, the output location must be a folder.
|Workspace; Feature Dataset; Folder|
The name of the output feature class or geodatabase.
If the input is a simple WFS service, the name is used to create a feature class in the output location. If the feature class name already exists in the geodatabase, the name will be automatically incremented. By default, the feature type name is used.
If the input is a complex WFS service, the name is used to create a geodatabase in the output location.
Complex WFS service
Specifies whether the input WFS service is a complex WFS service.
The maximum number of features that can be returned. The default is 1000.
Specifies whether tables with metadata will be created from the service. This is only applicable for complex WFS services.
Swap XY Axis Order
Specifies whether the x,y axis order of the output feature class will be swapped. Some WFS services may have the order of the x,y coordinates swapped on the server side, causing the feature class to display incorrectly.
|Output Feature Class|
The output feature class when converting a simple WFS service.
The output file geodatabase when converting a complex WFS service.