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Set up Enterprise Geodatabase The Create Enterprise Geodatabase tool creates a database, storage locations, and a database user to be used as the geodatabase administrator and owner of the geodatabase depending on the database management system (DBMS) used. It grants the geodatabase administrator privileges required to create a geodatabase, then ...


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The best way to handle this in ModelBuilder is to use the Iterate Feature Classes tool. It will find all the feature classes in the specified workspace (such as SDE geodatabase) and create an iterable list which you can then process with the Copy Features GP tool. The Copy Features will all the feature classes one by one, and you shouldn't care if any ...


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Give a quick read of this blog. It lays the ground work for what you want to do. You just need to replace FeatureSet with RecordSet. The following code uses a featureservice, and brings down the items as a table -- you keep saying table, so I assume you're talking items without geometry. If you actually mean features, change the returnGeo field to True, and ...


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You run your model from ArcMap which is aware of the Database Connections folder present in Catalog window. However when you execute your code in an external Python file, the arcpy cannot find the Database Connections. You need to supply the .sde connection file stored somewhere on your disk. I always recommend use an .sde file even in models. You can find ...


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The easiest way is to use "Iterate Feature Classes" tool in Model Builder. You can access it from: Insert > Iterators > Feature Classes If you want to copy all feature classes, leave WildCard and Feature Type parameters empty, and just set the Workspace.


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There currently is an enhancement for this functionality to be introduced to automate the process of updating the license file within the geodatabase prior to expiration: Esri's enhancement ID: ENH-000083167 - Add functionality to warn and update an enterprise geodatabase license before expiration


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Had an ‘Incorrect edit version type' message popup when attempting unversioned edits on feature classes within a feature dataset. The following solution may help out with those that come across the original issue (use with caution): Register the unversioned feature dataset causing trouble as versioned and then immediately unregister as versioned. When ...



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