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Kind of an old post but thought this might be useful. this Python Script is kind of a "duct-tape" method for doing this. It is limited to 20 fields but could easily be added to in order to allow it to run for however many fields your data has. The script is designed to be run as a script tool, so you would need to setup parameters within ArcCatalog. The ...


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Are you generating a Runtime Geodatabase, or are you trying to open a File Geodatabase? (File geodatabases are not supported) See https://developers.arcgis.com/net/desktop/guide/create-an-offline-map.htm for more details.


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All of the igds attributes will remain as they were when exiting the CenterPointReplacer Transformer. You could try using a GeometryCoercer to force the geometry to a point. Here's a demo on using the Geometry Coercer. You could also try removing the igds_type attribute, as you will likely not need it in the resulting Feature Class. You can delete it ...


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Not only does a registered rowid column need to be INTEGER (32-bit), POSITIVE, NON-ZERO, NOT NULL and UNIQUE, it also needs to be reproducible on subsequent invocations. It is not possible to manufacture a field on the fly which meets this reproducibility requirement. Therefore the only way to generate a rowid for such a non-unique view is to populate a ...


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For 10.1 details requirements can be found at here As esri staff kpeter says about comparison between ArcSDE for SQL Server Express and ArcSDE geodatabases licensed with ArcGIS Server Enterprise Yes, you can use SQL Server Express with Enterprise. As for "...it's supposed to work fine", there are no functional limitations that ArcGIS places on it, but ...


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I have provided an answer to opening ESRI geodatabases in QGIS here: http://gis.stackexchange.com/a/138379/40892 Hope this helps.


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There is a link you can look regarding your first question: https://geonet.esri.com/thread/45017



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