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Start ArcCatalog window and implement your mentioned method on the ArcCatalog Screen. I've showed at the square. Good Luck.
Kind of an old post but thought this might be useful. this Python Script is kind of a "duct-tape" method for doing this. It is limited to 20 fields but could easily be added to in order to allow it to run for however many fields your data has. The script is designed to be run as a script tool, so you would need to setup parameters within ArcCatalog. The ...
My suspicion is that your Normal.gxt has become corrupted and that you should consider deleting it (after making a backup copy first). This is described in a very old Technical Article: Corrupted Normal.gxt file generates 'FATAL ERROR'. There is useful information about this under Changing your application's appearance back to the factory settings: ...
This might be a bit late. But if your are running into similar problems this can be useful: If you are using Dropbox, try stopping its syncing and then quit it. Then close and reopen your ArcMap project. This worked for me.
I've had the same experience - you can't edit ISO 19139 metadata from within the ArcCatalog (I'm using Arc 10.2). You select a metadata profile that you want to use, and when creating the metadata in the catalog is saves it in the ArcGIS metadata format. Then you export your metadata using that profile (i.e. to ISO), and can validate the ISO record against a ...
I would try the following steps. In ArcCatalog, copy and paste the table in to the new ArcSDE db. Add the table to ArcMap, Open it, on the table window, Options Table export. Try using Model Builder to do it for you. Export your model to Python and try it. Then try all the steps again on a BIG server. Try running a Python script that just grabs the first ...
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