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Sounds like you want to use some kdtree. The idea is that you insert your points into a kdtree, and then query it based on some distance from a known point. If your data is stored in Oracle, then use Oracle's built in spatial capabilities which should offer a radius based search on top of a point geometry type: ...


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So, I was working in both the ArcGis GUI and arcpy scripting and accidentally found somewhat of a hacky solution. I tried creating sessions and was looking to execute the script from within the GUI's python window. In experimenting there, I found that the session appeared in the same list as versions when connecting to the Oracle DB. So, if I connect to a ...


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The short answer is yes. A view is basically a stored query. A couple of general things you can try to speed up you database performance. Make sure all your join fields are indexed Make sure the database statistics are refreshed If you data is versioned are you using ESRI multi versioned views as part of you views? If your data is versioned make sure you ...



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