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Perhaps this topic might help: Transferring large raster datasets where it describes breaking the a large raster image into volumes using the following command: sdeexport –X option creates volumes Although you may have to note the following passage (quoted from link) in terms of creating temporary storage: The sdeexport command requires a large amount ...


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It's been most of a decade since storing rasters inside an ArcSDE-enabled database was best practice, but if your geodatabase is old enough (though not too old), there may be a simple solution: The sde2raster and raster2sde utilities of se_toolkit were written for exactly this purpose. To export an image, use sde2raster -o export with the split=... option ...


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Copy the images to an external disk drive and send it via DHL.


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I would try doing this using the Select (Analysis) tool: Extracts features from an input feature class or input feature layer, typically using a select or Structured Query Language (SQL) expression and stores them in an output feature class. in batch mode: To use batch, right-click a tool and click Batch. This opens the batch dialog box with ...


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Metadata is one of those things that is generally seen as "well, I know I probably should, but, is it really worth the time...?". And the answer is, for most of us, at least the basic parts of it probably should be. There is a LOT of information that can be put into metadata, depending on what standard you're using. However, a lot of that may not be all ...


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I've always learned/thought of metadata as "data about data". It is a way for additional descriptions to be included about items in ArcGIS. ESRI's provides this overview: When care is taken to provide good descriptions, you can find appropriate items with a search and evaluate which of the items in your search results is the correct one to use. In an ...



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