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Is there a way to look in body of TAB file and search Definition Table for TYPE parameter ? !table !version 300 !charset WindowsLatin1 Definition Table File "example.jpg" Type "RASTER" ... other types are Type NATIVE Charset "WindowsLatin1" ... Type LINKED Charset "WindowsLatin2" '(database linked table) ... Type ODBC ...
When you check out data you need to ensure that the XY tolerance on the layers is the same. Otherwise ArcPad will choose the first layers it encounters for XY tolerance are correct and other layers with other tolerances will be background data.
Open ArcCatalog, then select your gdb, right click, export, to Shapefile (Multiple), then just select Output folder and your done
There is a solution, but you must have FME installed on the same machine as MapInfo. If you have FME installed, you can use the Open Universal Data option in MapInfo. It will allow you to open any of the formats that are supported by FME. Note, in the last image, you'll notice that I have two options for File Geodatabase. The first is the API ...
Yes, in latest MapInfo Professional v12.0. Universal Translator has been updated (FME 2013 Quick Translator). From v12.0 Release Notes "You can now translate ESRI ArcSDE, ESRI Geodatabase (Personal Geodatabase) (.mdb), and Google Earth KML (.kmz, kml) formats." To access Personal Geodatabases (which is the geodatabase MapInfo supports), you will need ...
The images below are a different way to solve this. In the Summary statistics tool I am collecting the Count of the ObjectID field and then appending this into a pre-existing empty table.
One other quick and easy way if you have the layer open in ArcMap is to right click, select Data, then Export Data. The default format there is shapefile.
The tool that PolyGeo has linked to will definitely do what you want. Just so you know the Production Mapping toolbar would show up if you had the Production Mapping Extension, so that's why it wasn't in your list of toolbars.
You are close. In both models you will need to add the model only tool Calculate Value. The output of that tool should also be an output parameter of the inner model. You can't use the output of collect values as the input directly so set it as the precondition. Then set the expression of Calculate Value to: sum_counts('%Row Counts%') %Row Counts% is ...
I recommend that you try the Feature Class To Shapefile ( Conversion) tool instead. This should enable you to convert feature classes within your file geodatabase to shapefiles.
There are a few issues that are probably coming into play here. Let's walk through them and see if there are workarounds. The layer type is inherently very difficult to process. Topographic layers are made up of contour lines that tend to be very long, miles in many cases, and depending on the method used to create them, these lines can be extremely ...
Analysis This can be seen as a problem of identifying cylindrical regions in a 2+1 dimensional spacetime that contain a minimum number of events. If you have a 3D (voxel-based) system you can solve this fairly easily by means of a 3D focal sum based on this cylindrical neighborhood: just pick out the voxels where the sum exceeds your threshold (of, say, ...
This code would work for you. import arcpy arcpy.env.workspace = r"C:\GIS\93_data\93" workspaces = arcpy.ListWorkspaces("*", "FileGDB") for workspace in workspaces: desc = arcpy.Describe(workspace) if desc.release != '3,0,0': arcpy.UpgradeGDB_management(workspace, "PREREQUISITE_CHECK", "UPGRADE")
I don't have enough reputation points to post the answer with the necessary linked documentation. I've put my solution on a public gist to overcome that. In a nutshell, though, you need to install gcc-4.9 from homebrew, do a netcdf workaround (if you want netcdf support in gdal), rebuild one dependency (ldap) with gcc-4.9, then install gdal using a custom ...
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