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This statement will generate a script to load all states: SELECT loader_generate_script(array(select stusps from tiger.state), 'windows'); I do it a batch at a time (states that begin with A) with this statement so I can make sure it's working properly: SELECT loader_generate_script(array(select stusps from tiger.state where stusps like 'A%' order by ...


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I did as advised however I am still hitting the same error. I sincerely hope its not something stupid I have overlooked- I've carefully been playing around with this for a while now. Please see the attached pic of the error message and python open in arc with the script displayed....


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This was how I entered my script: import arcpy, os arcpy.env.workspace = r"C:\Users\FARM DATA POLY-CLIPS\VIS_ASSESSMENTS\TRUMAR\Shapes\New Folder" # Where the clip shapefile and input raster are stored outputWorkspace = r"C:\Users\FARM DATA POLY-CLIPS\VIS_ASSESSMENTS\TRUMAR\Shapes\Test" # Where the output images will be stored raster = r"2015-08-27T18-00-...


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This uses multiple shape features in a single shapefile (based on your code snippet). If you have a single shape feature in multiple shapefiles I have added code for that further down. The following update on your script will loop through each feature in your polygon shapefile (regardless of number of features), and clip each raster it finds using List ...


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Using FME 2016.1 Dynamic Reader (for KML) Attribute Creator for ID and Populate with system parameter (SourceDataset) Trim Folder name out (c:\temp in this case) Trim .kml out of ID (leaves ID = 123) write the KML out as 'ID.kml' 6.done will batch 5000 kml files. After the comment: Dynamic Writer can be created by adding a Google KML Writer then with ...



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