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This is normal behaviour for a Join - ALL fields are returned from both the feature class and the joined table. You can now export that joined dataset to a new feature class In ArcMap from the Right-Click context menu: Or using the ArcToolbox tool Feature Class to Feature Class. With this new feature class created, you can now use the Delete Field tool ...


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You are almost there. You have completed up to step 5, however arcpy.AddJoin_management just joins the two tables in memory (as per your manual step 5) - you'll still need to calculate the fields you want updated. For step six you'll want to make use of arcpy.CalculateField_management for each field you need to have updated, just as you would if you used ...


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My append query worked! I had to close and reopen my table in Access to see the changes. (Obviously I'm still learning MS Access) So this one's for the beginners! Here's the query steps: Create Tab > Query Design Show Table Window > Select Linked Table (As long as the fields in the linked table and the gdb are identical) Double-Click the Asterisk* to ...



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