The Utah Division of State History is pleased to introduce version 2.0 of the UDSH ArcGIS Server web application, christened Preservation Pro. Preservation Pro is intended to facilitate the most common interactions between UDSH and its customers. This includes information delivery, data creation, and business process management. This release provides the information delivery service regarding archaeological and historical building records. Additional capabilities, including data entry, will be introduced over time.
This help document is intended to provide initial instruction and support for the application. Step by step instructions for specific functions and activities are included. There is also a Frequently Asked Questions section that covers many of the common issues encountered within the application. If you have questions or issues that you are unable to resolve please first consult this help document and if it is not already addressed, contact a member of the UDSH application support staff.
We appreciate your feedback. This help document is a work in progress. If you find a significant issue that is not addressed, please contact us (preferable via email) and if needed, we’ll add to the document. If the issue is already discussed in the document, but the answer is poorly presented, please also let us know. Generally there has only been limited interaction with the application so far, and with a wider audience new issues will likely come to light.
Arie Leeflang (archaeology records): firstname.lastname@example.org
Nelson Knight (historic buildings): email@example.com
Kristen Jensen (application admin): firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Miller (archaeology records): email@example.com
The Utah Department of State History makes no warranty or guarantee as to the content, accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of any of the data provided, and assumes no legal responsibility for the information contained on this map or data reports. Information sources should be consulted for verification of the information contained on this map. Please notify the GIS staff of any discrepancies.