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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. ;)


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Have you tried looking at the help file? Simply typing DRA into Help gets you to a page that explains what it means, which is dynamic range adjustment and what it does. There is even an official ESRI blog page that points to the appropriate help page.


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If I understand you correctly, by default value, you mean that currently, 0 would represent something like NoData value. In ArcMap, you can change the NoData value of a raster in two ways. Add raster as a layer, right-click that layer, select Data -> Export. Make your settings, and under NoData value, change the value to your desired value. As pointed out ...


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The reason that you are getting this error message: AttributeError: 'tuple' object has no attribute 'getValue' is because you are using a syntax that is appropriate for arcpy.SearchCursor() with an arcpy.da.SearchCursor(). With arcpy.SearchCursor() the opening of a cursor makes any field in the feature class available as a property or method of its row ...


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The answer is to do both. First, create a copy cat layer, making the point symbols in your legend larger. Bring your good map layer to the front so the second map (with the large icons) is hidden. Create the legend for the second map so in the legend the symbols are big. Convert that legend to a graphic. Remove the layer (bad map). The legend will still ...


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Esri Professional Services as developed a free reporting tool specifically designed for analyzing ArcGIS server and service logs called System Log Parser. From the description: System Log Parser is an ArcGIS for Server (10.1+) log query and analyzer tool. When run, it connects to an ArcGIS for Server instance on port 6080 as an administrator, ...


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For anyone who comes across this issue, I have found an even simpler solution. This works for us because we're printing a 36x48" paper map for a client, so the relative size of the symbols on the map (increasing from 12.00 pt to 18.00 pt) was not an issue. Without further ado: The legend is a reflection of the layers you choose to display from the Table of ...


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Use a permutation test. You begin by constructing a quantitative way to measure proximity. It could be anything you think relevant that measures typical distances between type-A and type-B buildings. Abstractly, given any configuration consisting of a layer X of type-A buildings and another layer Y of type-B buildings, let this measure be called t(X,Y). ...


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You will need to determine a distance that is your threshold for whether or not Building B is "close" to a Building A. Use that distance to create buffers around Building A. Each Building A needs its own buffer so do not dissolve the output. Once you have your buffers, you can either Select By Location as esset mentioned or use an intersect to create a ...


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I contacted ESRI UK about developing with ArcObjects on the Home Use licence, and they stated that they do not allow it and that an EDN licence should be purchased for development purposes. The Home Use downloads also do not include the .NET SDK, reinforcing this statement. ESRI themselves, of course, may have a different view, so it's still worth contacting ...


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You can do this with the "Select By Location" Tools. In ArcMap go to the meny "Selection" click "Select By Location". In the "Select By Location" window in "Target layers" chose your layer Building B. Then as "Source layer" you choose Building A. Then as "Spatial Selection method for target layer features" you choose an appropiate selection method. Why I ...


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Add field type long RoadId to roads and populate it with sequential number, e.g. [FID] Spatially join mammals to roads (closest), output – shapefile Spatially join traffic count to roads (closest), output – shapefile. Make it first layer in table of content. Add field TRAFFIC to both shapefiles, populate it using volume for joined traffic Run this field ...


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I think you problem is in this line mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument(r"C:\Project\\" + mxdname) try this mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument("C:/Project/" + mxdname)


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The Spatial Join tool will work for this. Please see the following link for more help: http://help.arcgis.com/EN/ARCGISDESKTOP/10.0/HELP/index.html#//00080000000q000000 The "One-to-many" join operation will allow for multiple Traffic Volume points to be joined to each Mammal Point. Set the "Match Option" parameter as "closest", and set a search radius of ...


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I recently ran into this problem and was able to solve it by deleting the spatial index on the feature I was trying to edit. For reference I'm working with features in WGS84 (EPSG:4326).


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The database is the main problem. If you want to solve this problem create a new geodatabase or copy the original geodatabase from your document folder to your currently working on project folder. Then set the copied geodatabase as default geodatabase and start sinking. notice: After creating the new windows account run the ArcMap for the first time then ...


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Lines and polygon dimensions are never exact and subject to the limitations of the feature class resolution and tolerance. Infinite precision is not possible and as a result these settings tell GIS to consider measures below those levels as "close enough" to exact measurements. There is no setting for absolutely no tolerance and infinite resolution for ...


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If you don't necessarily need the ObjectID to match but just need a reference back to the source ObjectID, do this: Create a template file GDB feature class with an additional long integer field (i.e. SDE_OID) based on the original feature class. Use Append and set the new SDE_OID field to be populated by the source Object ID field.


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Set environment setting extent=your DEM extent, snap raster = DEM, cell size= one for DEM. Use raster calculator expression: Con("DEM">1500,"DEM) Right click on resulting raster, Source, scroll down to see Mean


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At the bottom of the help page for each tool, ESRI provides a list of the environments that can impact the tool's processing. For example, the Resample help page does not include Mask in its list. It does not include Cell Size in its list either, because the cell size option that is a direct and required input to the tool would overwrite it anyway. The ...


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I ended with the same result months before and I could not found a solution using IPrintAndExport. I would recommend to use theIExportdirectly. Please have a look at the following ExportActiveView function in this example in VBA or this post to a different topic with an example in C#. This works without problems in my case. You can simply exchange the ...


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I think you need to select the World Imagery with labels. The World Imagery page at ArcGIS.com has a reference indicating: There are three ready to use web maps that use the World Imagery service as their basemap, Imagery, in which both reference layers are turned off, Imagery with Labels, which has World Boundaries and Places turned on but World ...


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A little more digging and I found the answer. Sync enabled feature services started at Server version 10.2.1. http://server.arcgis.com/en/server/10.3/publish-services/windows/prepare-data-for-offline-use.htm


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You can run a Spatial Join to create a new feature class with a combination of attributes and geometry from your original layers. Select your destination geometry, and the attributes you want to join to it from the input layers.


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I have used a script similar to Peter's up above and had good luck, although his is better. One thing to point out that might trip someone up is if you are using 64 bit python geoprocessing and you have ArcFM loaded on top of ESRI, it will fail on all features that have been set to use ArcFM or Designer with a ERROR 000260. This is because you have to use 32 ...


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Kirk is right on the money, with the exception of one statement. If your mapservice url is public, and you have an ArcGIS Online account, you can create an app without coding. As long as you have access to the internet, it is possible to create webmaps and applications in ArcGIS Online that reference an instance of ArcGIS Server that is behind a ...


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Instead of trying to "customize the map service", I recommend leaving the map service as-is, and writing apps that use the map service. You can write such an app by starting with the sample code in the ArcGIS API for javascript. If you don't want to write code, you can use the Web Appbuilder. If your mapservice url is public (i.e. accessible from outside ...



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