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So I've found out what was it ! I added into the code a column with city names to add as labels on the map. But it only contain a small number of them, and Qgis probably don't like Null values that much... After replacing them with zeros the importation of the .xlsx files went smoothly ;) !
There is a solution to this referenced using a python script to run this bulk conversion: Conversion Solution Using Python For the most part this looks outlined fairly well, and for any bulk processes (which it seems like you are doing a lot of bulk processes with bouncing between GIS and other software) python is very useful. I would look into this any ...
Note: You don't need the FeatureHolders that you have in the above; they accomplish nothing, although they probably aren't hurting either in this case. While you will eventually be able to get your solution to work, it will be a royal pain. Address data is about as inconsistent as it gets as you're discovering. i.e. Is "st" for "street" or "Saint"? How ...
Once you browse for the csv file the window will change to accommodate the file type. Because there are different file types that can be added, instead of listing all the possible configuration options ArcGIS Online waits to see the file type you have inputted and then gives you the available options. To summarise, the steps are as follows; 1)Select "add ...
I'm a little unclear on the question. If you are creating the feature class thorough an API, you can add a KML feature to ArcGIS API. If you are receiving a feature from the API, you can convert that to KML using the conversion tool in ArcMap. Here are a few tips for that.
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