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I found the answer it's nearly the same as a normal django admin. class MyModelAdmin(admin.OSMGeoAdmin): pass admin.site.register(MyModel, MyModelAdmin) Juste replace admin.ModelAdmin by admin.OSMGeoAdmin
You need a subtle change to your model. See the image below: Configure Expression parameter of Calculate Value like this: Set Output Dataset or FeatureClass parameter of Project tool to %output_value%
if you use arcPy, create 2 rasters (need both to have same shape), new_raster and old_raster. Assume a value of zero is non-wetland and one is wetland in arcPy, convert both new_raster and old_raster to numpy arrays and: in_new_but_not_in_old = np.ones(new_raster.shape) * -9999 in_old_but_not_in_new = np.ones(new_raster.shape) * -9999 ...
nmperterson is correct with the naming rules. Names must begin with a letter, not a number or special character such as an asterisk (*) or percent sign (%). However, this was not the full solution to the problem. What was done to carry over the Name 20130101 to the output file in my case was utilizing the Parse Path Function and outputting a new Variable ...
Geodatabase feature class (and raster, etc.) naming rules: Names must begin with a letter, not a number or special character such as an asterisk (*) or percent sign (%). Names should not contain spaces. If you have a two-part name for your table or feature class, connect the words with an underscore (_), for example, garbage_routes. Names should not ...
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