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Well - how about just creating the table using the standard Oracle tools. For example sqlplus (the command line) using the proper CREATE TABLE syntax ? You obviously have that since you run Oracle. And as Vince pointed out there are no such things as "geodatabase tables" and "database tables". There are only database tables. A "geodatabase" is just an ESRI ...


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Just found this, sorry if it's too late. PPDM Spatially Enabling Project didn't gain traction after Ian Batty @maguffyn and I left the project. Here's the latest update I know of http://www.oilit.com/2journal/2article/HTMLArticles/0303_15.htm ppdm.org under Standards has PPDM Lite 1.1 and sample data for members, and I haven't looked at it for a while, but ...


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Answering my own question here that I posted here a while back... Another option that I found online (in addition to the suggestions above) is to use pgdbf (https://github.com/kstrauser/pgdbf) which dumps the SQL script that you can then use to ingest into postgres manually.


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This relates to @BritishSteel's answer and their code. Using a cursor and that verbose code seems like a bit of overkill for this. If you merely want to truncate a field to 50 characters for all records/features, just use the CalculateField tool (or arcpy.CalculateField_Management in a script). This ends up being a one liner script! Something like... ...


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If you have other MXD files open, using the same geodatabase, it will give you this error message. Close your other MXD's that are sharing that geodatabase and then try it.



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