To ensure that everything worked out fine, we will
load the new Postgres layer in ArcGIS.
Open ArcGis and the Catalog
click Add Database Connection.
At Database Platform select PostgreSQL.
Instance is the address of your
( in this example we use the local
In Authentication Type, select Database authentication.
Enter the Postgres username and password.
Check the Postgis Database, in this case, postgis_22_sample.
A new connection appears in the Database connections
this connection you find
the tables included in
the postgres database , with the name of the database (postgis_22_sample), the database
(eg public) and the name of the table.
For each geographical layer, you have two
occurrences: one for the table and another for the geographic
Click and drag the second occurrence of the layer that we
just created (ouessantclc_l93) to the legend window.
The layer appears in
ArcMap ( if everything worked ok ).