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If you don't have Visio for Diagramer- All of the other answers here breaks any joins. I found this to work well in my case: Export the schema for the whole db using Arccatalog (Export - XML) - I didnt export the data, schema only Use some online Pretty Print service to format the xml Open the XML file in a text editor and Reorder the fields as you like ...
I had the same problem and I solved by deleting the normal templates for ArcCatalog or ArcMap (depending on which one you are having problem, the files are located in: For ArcCatalog - C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.2\ArcCatalog\normal.gxt For ArcMap - C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.2\ArcMap\Templates\normal.mxt ...
Have you tried restarting your computer? Seriously. Also, what kind of server are you connecting to? Troubleshooting is different depending on if it's Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, open source, etc.
This may not be the source of your problems, but make sure the "show all records" icon is selected. Otherwise the row values will be shown for only the rows that have been selected.
I did a work-around. I took the spatial reference text from my BC Albers coordinate system settings and copy/pasted them into my Pathfinder UTM10N export settings, then got the proper values for UTM10N off spatialreference.org and manually swapped them into the appropriate fields in the Pathfinder UTM10N setup text. I had to remove the standard parallel ...
Making ArcGIS for Desktop play sound on speaker when model completes? Also includes instructions for emailing you on completion. I've used it, and it works...although it only fires on completion.
All your GP tool results can be found at %APPDATA%\ESRI\Desktop10.1\ArcToolbox\History, stored as XML. If you look at the newest file in here, you can see if geoprocessing messages are still being written out. For example, in my History folder, there is a file called H12172015_080518.xml. The filename is a datestamp, so it was created on 12/17/2015 at ...
Also, this error can occur because of fact that your raster values are not interger data type. Convert it (ArcToolbox / Spatial Analyst Tools / Math / Int) and try again using this output. ;)
GDBT is still the best tool out there. Yes it is a registry hack to install in releases past 10.0 but it is one registry entry and does not affect existing installations. The GDBT installer is hard coded to look for version 10.0 and all the hack does is to direct the install to your ArcMap location. So add to this to your registry and you are good to go. ...
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