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Here, the python for create a list of feature type but....

import sys
from pyfme import *
try:
    log=FMELogfile("shapeToTAB.log")

    log.log("Opening reader",FME_INFORM)
    reader=FMEReader("GEODATABASE_FILE")
    reader.open("C:\depot\export\TE-PMB.gdb")

    GeomList = []

    schemaFeature=FMEFeature()
    log.log("Copying schema features")
    while reader.readSchema(schemaFeature):
        GeomList.append(schemaFeature.getFeatureType())
        log.logFeature(schemaFeature)

    reader.close()
    print GeomList

except FMEException, err:
    print "FMEException: %s" % err
    sys.exit(1)

I would like return a list of feature type of my geodatabase. Is it possible ? Thanks

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I formatted the code and tried to keep the original indentation while doing so, but it makes no sense to me: you had better double-check it to make sure it is correctly rendered. –  whuber Jun 7 '11 at 20:48
    
Hi, I edited the code. –  twisig Jun 7 '11 at 20:55
    
Thanks. –  whuber Jun 7 '11 at 20:57

1 Answer 1

Use the PythonTableViewer to see your Features Types and Tables

http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/PythonTableViewer

Helpful with a little modification

http://www.fmepedia.com/index.php/Extracting_Geodatabase_coded_domain_definition_tables

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