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I believe with the append tool both source and destination table schemas have to be the same (field names/types). Here are some options: Use the Merge tool, select features, and field calculate (not recommended since you have to be careful what you have selected before calculating) Make sure the table schemas are the same between source and destination ...


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Have you tried the "synchronize metadata" tool from the Conversion Toolbox (Metadata Toolset)? It will populate the fields you mention (extent & spatial reference, and more! : attribute list, geometry type, number of objects, ... or number of bands, cell-size & depth for raster, to mention only a few) by reading the data structure, encoding, spatial ...


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This is a late answer and you may have already solved your problem. However there is no relevance between geometric network and editor tracking. they are two separate things. The snapshot you have shared indicates that you have enabled editor tracking with this feature class. If you can't see the dates fields, you may have hide them. So remove the layer and ...


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Here's a Python solution: import arcpy arcpy.env.workspace = "C:\\Data.gdb" #change to where your data is stored fc_list = arcpy.ListFeatureClasses("Pattern_*") for fc in fc_list: new_name = fc.split("_")[-1] arcpy.Rename_management(fc, new_name) This actually alters the original name of each input feature class. It does not export a copy with ...


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As Detlev mentioned, you need a common attribute between the Excel and CityGML file for the FeatureMerger to join together. Link your CityGML to the Requestor Port and the Excel file to the Supplier Port. Where it says Join On, choose the common attributes and set the comparison mode to Automatic. Unless you know that they are strings or numeric fields. ...


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You can run your cell statistics with all the rasters (GRIDs) as they are. Provided you haven't put them into folders that are too deep in the folder structure (more than 128 characters), but there are ways to get around even that: In a command window type SUBST /?, this will show you the help for the subst command. You can set a 'fake' drive to a path deep ...


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You might try an OS Crawl while listing your rasters and running the CellStatistics and saving the result into the same location as the parent. I got the following to work on folders of .tiff rasters. import arcpy import os import math arcpy.CheckOutExtension("Spatial") from arcpy.sa import* import sys arcpy.env.overwriteOutput ...



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