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First you should verify the source of the table - this will make sure it's not somewhere that you don't expect or intend. Do this by opening the properties window for the table and going to the 'Source' tab. Make sure that the table ended up in the place you're looking. If you can verify the source but still can't see it in the database - try refreshing ...


Have you tried using the Offline plugin for QGIS? This syncs your PostGIS database to SpatiaLite and then syncs it back. https://docs.qgis.org/2.2/en/docs/user_manual/plugins/plugins_offline_editing.html If you need something custom, then go Spatialite; QGIS can edit it and you can setup triggers, views, querys etc that you have in your PostGIS database ...


I have assumed following: For your feature-classes in mdb, "_ATTACH" suffix is used for only attachment table. You can further customize this code. This code needs to be run after all featureclasses (except attachment tables- this script will create attachment table and load relationship classes from the respective table from the mdb into gdb) are moved ...


That is strange, your code should work. I can get this info just like you tried: >>> gdb = r'E:\HamiltonCo\Soil_Library\AgLand_Adjustment\CSR_AgLand.gdb' >>> desc = arcpy.Describe(gdb) >>> desc.release u'3,0,0' >>> desc.currentRelease True >>> If you are still having issues here, there is another Python ...


I just got an answer from ESRI about this issue. The full error code list is mentioned here. Error code 18: The feature has an invalid subtype value.


The following script converts all of the feature datasets and feature classes of a personal geodatabase to a new file geodatabase. import arcpy, os # Set the in and out workspaces inws = r'C:\temp' outws = r'C:\temp\outws' # List the Access Databases arcpy.env.workspace = inws mdbs = arcpy.ListWorkspaces(workspace_type = "Access") count = 1 for m in ...


Assuming that your code is working OK to create file geodatabases with the same names as your personal geodatabases, I think your next steps should be to: use ListDatasets to produce a list of feature datasets in your Personal Geodatabase, and then use Create Feature Dataset to create new ones with the same names in your File Geodatabase.

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