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Another illustrative documentation may be found here


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Take a look at this code: http://bitbucket.schuller.lu/hibernatestgeometry Hibernate uses WKB/WKT representation to update geometry data.


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I think I have the 'workflow' figured out--this is like the 'Solution 1' 1) Users would author in ArcMap in .MXD files 2) Users would then export to .JSON from .MXDs 3) In a web page, users would select a Building and then they would be prompted to upload the .JSON file for the appropriate Building 4) An ASP.NET application would parse the JSON file and ...


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Ok, make query table nearly drove me insane. They key elements are that the fields you wish to query on NEED to be indexed and the query needs no quotations, brackets etc within the query. Only use fields in the Fields section that are indexed. And in Key Field Options use 'Add_Virtual_Key_Field'. Even though I have managed to get it to work I'm really not ...


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The native plot window of R does not have zoom capability, but here are some options: resize your plot window only plot a section of the map by specifying xlim and ylim arguments to plot() write the map to a very large pdf, e.g. precede the plot command by pdf("file.pdf", width=20, height=20) and send this to a plotter write to the plot to pdf, load in a ...


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you should open the data in newer version then exported and save it to old version. so then you can open the data in your 9.3.


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I understand that the terms "FID" and "OID" are entangled in that the value returned by: arcpy.Describe(layer).FIDset is a semicolon-separated list of values in the layer's OID field for the currently selected rows in that layer. The name of the field that is that layer's OID field (i.e. the field that contains the values in the FIDset) is obtained by: ...


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I am not too familiar with arcpy.append but I guess you could iterate through your dataset before using append and just truncate any entry that is too long. You would have to use an UpdateCursor to iterate through your dataset, and then you would check the length of each entry using len(). If the length exceeds 50 characters, then you would chop it. The ...


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When using the append tool through the GUI, if you use the "NO_TEST" option for schema type, you can use the Field map control. Expand the field map tree for the text field you're having issues with, and you'll see a node for every input dataset. If you right click on each node, and click format, you'll get options to specify the start and end position of ...


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You can connect to Non-Spatial data in an Oracle or other Database Type by using an OLE DB Connection. This functionality is no longer visible on the ArcCatalogue menu without turning it on. Instructions to turn it on can be found here: http://support.esri.com/de/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/39961



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