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From @Hornbydd's link above, the key section would be Attribute index names which says: In ArcSDE: Must be unique in the database Must start with a letter Cannot contain spaces Cannot contain reserved words but in File Geodatabases: There are no restrictions on how you can name an attribute index in a file geodatabase.


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I do not know of a way to do so directly. If you only a few points, enter to editor, start editing, click "Create Features", select point, then right click on the map and select "Absolute XY". You can then input the coordinates, hit enter, and it will create the point location. You can then enter the table and input other attributes. If you have a lot ...


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Unfortunately ArcMap doesn't work the way you describe. To create points using X/Y values you probably have three options: Create another table in your File Geodatabase (including the XY column) and populate that table with the records you want to add, then you can use the Add from X/Y function to create a new events layer. This could also be done from ...


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Click the "Add Layers" button, browse to your shapefile, select it and click "Ok".


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Check with which version of AutoCAD the DWG file was saved. Generally ArcGIS is not compatible with latest versions of AutoCAD, e.g. 2014, 2015. Try to save the DWG file to an older versions like 2010 or 2011 and then open that file in ArcMap. if changing version of AutoCAD is not working, It is possible that your CAD drawing ( DWG format) have a coordinate ...


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I think your code is almost there, however there are some escape character issues associated with your use of the paths to your data. Perhaps try the following: import arcpy import os from arcpy import env env.overwriteOutput = True env.workspace = "C:\\EsriPress\\Python\\Data\\Exercise06\\Results\\NM.gdb" #env.workspace = r"C:\EsriPress\Python\Data\...



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