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Alternatively try geogig which uses the same concept. as git or subversion to version control your data. You can add,commit and also have a history of what was done on a particular day. Just search boundless geogig


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I do not know why you get an error but compare your results with mine. Download first this file https://hub.qgis.org/attachments/8536/Trecks.gdb.zip Unzip (it will create a directory) and run ogrinfo ogrinfo Trecks.gdb Had to open data source read-only. INFO: Open of `trecks.gdb' using driver `OpenFileGDB' successful. 1: Venedigertreck_3D (3D Multi ...


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Try opening it in qgis and see if you can access the objects as described. You choose vector>Directory>click on souce type and choose OpenfileGDB or alternatively try to convert it to other formats using ogr. If it fails then upgrade gdal. If qgis can open this then you might be having two versions of gdal


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MapInfo Pro(fessional) 12.5 has some new supported formats. One of these is called "ESRI Geodatabase (File Geodb API)". This can be used from File > Open Universal Data for direct read. MapInfo Pro will create a tab file containing links to the geodatabase and reading the data from the geodatabase when the table is being opened. You can also use FME ...


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once you set the workspace to the feature dataset, you should be able to call the ListDatasets again with the 'Topology' feature type: so glomming onto the above code... for obj in gdb_objects: fd_path = os.path.join(path,obj) arcpy.env.workspace = fd_path #get a new workspace pointed to the fd fd_objects = arcpy.ListDatasets(wild_card=None, ...


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The best way to handle this in ModelBuilder is to use the Iterate Feature Classes tool. It will find all the feature classes in the specified workspace (such as SDE geodatabase) and create an iterable list which you can then process with the Copy Features GP tool. The Copy Features will all the feature classes one by one, and you shouldn't care if any ...


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The easiest way is to use "Iterate Feature Classes" tool in Model Builder. You can access it from: Insert > Iterators > Feature Classes If you want to copy all feature classes, leave WildCard and Feature Type parameters empty, and just set the Workspace.


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I would try the following steps. In ArcCatalog, copy and paste the table in to the new ArcSDE db. Add the table to ArcMap, Open it, on the table window, Options Table export. Try using Model Builder to do it for you. Export your model to Python and try it. Then try all the steps again on a BIG server. Try running a Python script that just grabs the first ...


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I have cobbled this Python code together from bits around the interweb and it works just fine for me in my win7, Python2.7, arcgis 10.2, Oracle 11g environment. It does CopyDatasets, CopyFeatureClasses, CopyTables from an existing SDE to a new GDB. While it may have some unnecessary modules at "# import modules" i use this as a template and dont mind the ...


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What I had found was the line features that failed were zig-zagged between two different features in my clip feature. When I merged all my clip features together I no longer get the error and it clips as expected. Not sure why having multiple features in my clip feature would cause this, but merging them together resolved the problem.


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If you're working with spatialite, here's how to do what you want: The SQL format is INSERT INTO ... SELECT FROM ... So, suppose you have a permanent spatial table "trees" with columns attrib1, attrib2, attrib3. Now one of the field guys brings a new shapefile "new_trees" with equivalent fields col_x, col_y, col_z. You would import the new shapefile into ...


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In windows command line you could: FOR /D /R %g IN (*.gdb) DO ogr2ogr -update -append -f FileGBD D:\output.gdb x:\incoming\%g input_layername Just place the input_layername after the input dataset. /D tells FOR to search for directories and /R asks it to do it recursively. In a .bat file, replace the '%' with '%%', so %g > %%g Extended batch file ...



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