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I suspect the error is related to how you set your input features. Have a look at How to use multiple inputs, it gives examples in c# and vb.


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You can also get the ArcGIS version by querying the version of AfCore.dll. This requires knowing the ArcGIS install directory, which you can either get by querying the registry or by hardcoding (it's C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.3\ for most users). /// <summary> /// Find the version of the currently installed ArcGIS Desktop /// </summary&...


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File Geodatabase is Esri's own database format, there is an API that will allow you to access data without ArcObjects but I doubt that would shed much light on your quandary. The use of indices is automatic, at the database level, and can't be detected or affirmed except for the timeliness of functions using them. I agree with blah238 the only way to ...


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This was answered on the ESRI forum but I thought I'd repeat it here. It is an issue with the Joined table. Regardless of defining the field with the layer or table name the symbology fails to find the field. As soon as the joins are removed (and if the focus field is in the rendered layer) then the rendering happens correctly. So to get around this I now ...


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It's giving you 4 points because four lines end at that point. You can use the "Delete Identical" tool and chose the SHAPE field so that it removes all but one of the points as in my example below.



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