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How to find out which layer had a Selection made on it? [duplicate]

If the user makes a select using arcpy.SelectByAttribute() or arcpy.SelectByLocation() how do you find out which layer they made the select so you can use arcpy.SearchCursor(layer)?
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Is there an event handler for a Selection being made using ArcPy?

I want to be able to capture an arcpy.SelectByAttribute() or arcpy.SelectByLocation() event being triggered. There doesn't seem to be an extension that is able to handle this. Is there a way to do ...
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How do you get all the results from a Selection made by Attribute or Location using ArcPy?

Using arcpy I'm trying to get the results of a selection, or what is currently selected as a list. Basically I'm attempting to build an addin which on click will either perform an operation where I ...
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How to control state of buttons in Python Add-In?

I have bunch of buttons to perform separate tasks within a Python Add-In. Buttons are greyed out and required to be enabled after initial tools run. In the following example, tool1 is turned off after ...
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Run Python child script using Python Add-In button class?

I have a Python script which I want to execute using Python Add-In button class. Right now, I am using following: class child(object): """Implementation for Toolbar_addin.button2 (Button)""" ...
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Import functions in python Add-In logic script

I am running into an error. I have a set of functions which I want to import in the python Add-In script at the time of execution, but when I built Add-In with "import stats" line then tools are ...
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How to declare folder name as global?

I have asked similar question at stackoverflow but posting here as well since it involves ArcGIS and python Add-In. Following code shows first step where i have to declare output folder as global so ...
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How to draw rectangle to clip layers using python addin in ArcGIS 10.1?

I want to clip rasters in data view using interactive rectangle (to define Area of Interest) and add them to current dataframe. Following is a piece of code which is not returning anything. Any ...