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Since the network analysis is not concerned with specific attributes or properties of the features, only their location on and relation to the network, there isn't really a way to include them as part of the solver output. However, you can take your polygon results, export them to a standalone shapefile/feature class, and then use a spatial join or other ...


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I think I may have a solution for you. I have been testing with this a large data set I have, and this may be provide the results you're looking for. Adding to your code: mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument("CURRENT") df = arcpy.mapping.ListDataFrames(mxd, "Layers")[0] ar = df.extent.height / df.extent.width for page_number in range(1, ...


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You wanna, huh? I would point out that, if your terrain dips below sea-level, negative values do represent real elevation values. You did not state if you wanted to set these values to a uniform value (eg., 0) or to NoData. Removing data is different than recoding it. This can easily be accomplished in the raster calculator using a Con or SetNull. To set ...


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My advice is that you specify the output location. Something like this: output = "C:\yourfolder\yourgdb.gdb\DEM_park" Because it is not clear to me where is your DEM going, check your environment settings. EDIT: Oh, I see it now. You created a tif. GDB's cannot store tif format rasters, so of course it is not there at the default gdb. Then your output ...


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Restarting ArcGIS service involves using ArcGIS Rest Admin API and ability to authenticate using token-based authentication with ArcGIS server. One way to do it is to write a script/program to monitor the ArcGIS Service and in the event service is found stopped restart it , schedule it to run periodically. But it gets cumbersome when you have to monitor more ...



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