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Because log4net is a popular logging framework for .Net, you can run into problems if other ArcMap extensions are using the same version or log4net that you are. In that case you can run into some crossed wires in terms of configuration and static methods such as LogManager.Shutdown.
Please provide more information on your data and files (what kind of data exactly each pixel contains, bit depth, floating point/int, IDL version).
Yes - you should use arcpy.da.UpdateCursor instead of arcpy.da.SearchCursor. Elaboration: This is what I would try: import arcpy arcpy.AddField_management('C:\Data\Surveyed.shp', 'Z', 'DOUBLE') with arcpy.da.UpdateCursor(r'C:\Data\Surveyed.shp', ('SHAPE@XY', 'Z')) as cursor: for row in cursor: result = ...
GISquirrel does the job very well for MSSQLserver, and I am quite sure it will work well for Postgres. I work in a mixed ESRI/Qgis environment, and I use GIS squirrel also to import shapefiles etc. into the database. In SQLserver GISsquirrel keeps track of the geometry columns, I use this information to update the geometry_columns table used by Qgis. Very ...
It seems the answer to this is: 'Yes' I copied the DLLs from QGIS and ArcCatalog wouldn't let me build a connection to my database. I did find the files in the PostgreSQL bin folder and copied those to the ArcGIS bin folder and I was able to connect them.
Via the Context Menu (right click on the grey area right on file, edit menu) Customise GUI pops up. Select Commands Tab Click and drag the Load Objects Full Official Documentation Should work with all version of ArcGIS http://support.esri.com/en/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/18202\
Mike Branscomb answered this question for me in the ArcGIS forums at http://forums.arcgis.com/threads/84123-Use-Runtime-Deployment-Tool-via-Command-Line ... "Configurations are created by the Runtime Deployment Tool in C:\Users\\Documents\ArcGIS\Runtime Configurations." I'll add that it's an XML file so the parameters are easily discoverable & ...
Use a program like Active Sync to try and copy it. It should be able to continually try and grab the files within the GeoDatabase when they become free from a lock. The locks are only in place when the service is being actively drawn or queried.
A Feature Class is a database table with geometries (points, lines or polygons). A Feature Layer is the rendering of a table of geometries, for display on computer screen, or map printout. Esri invented these terms to describe their database tables (with geometries) and the rendering of them on screen or map. "Spatially Enabling" those databases allows ...
You can use AGSSOM command within a python script to stop/start the services at 2am, which may be initiated by a windows scheduler calling a bat file to run your python script.
A few things that might help: 1) according to Analyze error 2 2.) Data source is not registered with the server and the data will be copied to the server. One of your SDE databases is still not properly registered in the Data Store. One thing that caught me was that when you're setting up a Data Store, you specify a SDE connection file. The ...
shapefile repair tool just worked for a friend. I think it works
GML formats are good enough to be converted to GeoJSON. GML is another form of xml which is a document interchange format and Javscript Object Notion(JSON) is a data interchange format. The good thing is both can be opened in a text editor and can be saved in databases. ShapeFiles have some limitation for the length of fields and attribute values. But ...
ESRI Shapefiles are more widely used, but have some limitations, including that the attribute names are limited in length. Shapefiles can be edited by the wonderful QGIS. MapInfo files are less widely used, and have a limitation with respect to something called bounds, where the X, Y coordinates are stored as an integer between two doubles. This limits the ...
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