Recently we did a 3 days uDig-JGrass-BeeGIS course for some very nice guys. When they saw BeeGIS, they were very intereted and one question that came to the surface by one guy owning a handheld with arcmap, was if it would be possible to import the arcpad file into the database of BeeGIS, in order to exploit it to synchronise pictures on the map.
Well, since they really where that nice, we created a small import tool for BeeGIS.
You should know that from arcpad you can export a point shapefile, which has a big attribute table with all the infos in it.
The below is an example:
To use it just follow the steps:
1) Go to File -> import and select "Import Arcpad..."
2) In the following tab insert the path to the dbf file exported from Arcpad
After pushing finish the dbf is imported into the database's internal gps log, which is also use for the photo sync.
In fact if we have a look into the database view, we can see that the imported data are there:
Guess that will make it into the next build.