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In theory this is a "solved" problem from a SysAdmin perspective. Any good monitoring package can monitor things, it just depends on identifying things to monitor (for which it helps having well documented protocols; ArcGIS's proprietary services make things somewhat tricker). http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2009/09/top-5-best-network-monitoring-tools/ - ...


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Assuming that your points are in order, and that this works at 10.0 (I'm using 10.2): Field Calculator Expression: dist( !Shape! ) Field Calculator Code Block: count = 0 def dist(shape): global prev global count point = arcpy.PointGeometry(shape.getPart(0)) if count > 0: distance = point.distanceTo(prev) else: ...


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You can only set the transparency if you symbolize say a point feature as a chart which in your case is pie chart. Please see the Symbology tab of your feature class. After this, you can set the transparency of your feature class from the Display tab and this will reflect on the pie charts.


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I gave a fairly detailed description of how these types of stream network operations work in my previous answer here. But if you're looking for the exact algorithmic solution for how stream cells are recognized in the stream link raster and how confluences (junctions) are spotted in the network then you may look at the following source code as examples: ...


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Apparently RefName never equals your comparison strings. All constant strings includes German characters ä or ü, but you don't use the "u" constant string prefix. Depending on the incoming string's format the comparison might not be what you expekt. You should write if RefName==u"Flächen für die Landwirdshaft" and make sure that RefName also is a correct ...


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I'm not aware of any existing tools, but you can find information in the server logs if a context has failed to start or failed to connect to datasource (depending on logging level). They are available in C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Server10.0\server\user\log (or where your install dir is). You could either just scan through the textfiles or use Arcobjects ...


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One way to merge your lines is to use the "integrate" tools. Be carefull when you use this tool because it modifies the input data. If you want to detect those lines, you could use integrate on a copy of your original data, the you run "intersect" between the original and the integrated data : the result will only include the lines that were not moved by ...


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In addition to @Ryan Garnett answer, you can convert the VRT file to BIGTIFF using gdal_translate if you absolutely need a unique file (this is often not necessary as most software can read vrt's). Just make sure that you use gdal_translate -co BIGTIFF=YES -co TILED=YES source.vrt result.tif if your tif exceed 4 Go


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I had the same problem. The solution I found was to go into Data Frame Properties click the Coordinate System tab and then double-click on the projection you are using to bring up the Projected Coordinate System Properties window and change the Linear Unit (it's a drop down near the middle) to feet or yards or whatever unit you want. It will still be greyed ...



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