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I found a post with essentially the same question here No answer is given but the comment section provides good insight and possible workrounds. This problem is related to "False Precision" and "failure to bracket floating-point comparisons". I decided to use the rounding of value pairs workaround. I also posted a question on the ESRI Forums here where ...


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Try the Feature Manipulation Engine "FME" or Data Interop extension if you have .


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I came across some software a while ago that may be of use for indexing GeoDatabases and other spatial data: https://www.voyagersearch.com/ I trialed it for our company and although we didn't end up using it for various reasons it has loads of useful functionality. In summary it creates an index of your spatial datasets which can then be searched using ...


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Values residing at attribute Domain can be shared by FCs, their subtypes, tables etc i.e. across the gdb. But Subtype as mentioned is used for categorize a particular FC under observation and for that FC use only; e.g. Road may have National Highway, Feeder Road, Car track or even Footpath as well..! It is better to make subtype of above for Road FC. However ...


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This is what I imagine Matt Wilkie had to look up and write to augment Brian's code. I had to get all domains for tables, feature classes in the root directory of a database, and features in all feature datasets. I exported the information as a csv to allow some other workers to clean up our geodatabase environments of old domains. def domainInfo(...


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If you've got the .mxd open already, do what @blah238 did, but use 'CURRENT' instead of the full path. Don't forget that the search and replace doesn't have to be the full string: import arcpy mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument('CURRENT') mxd.findAndReplaceWorkspacePaths(r"scratch", r"project/draft") Then you'll have to save ...



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