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I've taken ESRI database courses, which have been helpful to my work. But I also need training in SQL and Python as applied to GIS database management. There are lots of suggestions for Python (thanks!) - any tips for SQL as it relates to managing an Esri geodatabase?

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marked as duplicate by PolyGeo Apr 26 at 10:44

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Do you have a specific geodatabase in mind or are you looking for general material. Same for Python: Are you looking for ESRI specific material or more general? – underdark Aug 3 '10 at 21:13
I'm using ArcGIS desktop and ArcGIS Server in an enterprise SQL Server environment. – cwb Aug 10 '10 at 20:16
If you do not think that this is a duplicate then I recommend editing the question to focus it on the SQL and/or database management aspects rather than Python for ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server because I think the duplicate covers off well on the latter. – PolyGeo Apr 26 at 10:47

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On this webpage, ressources related to Python for use with :

  • Opensource gdal/ogr
  • Arcgis stack
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Note: The Python scripting for ArcGIS is for 9.3, so kinda dated. – Chad Cooper Nov 5 '12 at 23:02

ESRI has Python Scripting courses:

And there is a free introduction online seminar in ESRI training website: Using Python in ArcGIS 10

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Geospatial Training services has a Python course.

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