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I'm assuming you are trying to do this split spatially so one employee can work on a half while the other employee works on the other half. I would use model builder. Define the two areas you want to split the database into with polygons. Use each polygon to clip each feature class in the database and set the export to a new database. Do that for each half. ...


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You can do it: query the data from MySQL with PHP, parse the data to geoJSON (or JSON or XML) format, then display on Google Maps.


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If the area of the ST_Union equals the sum of the areas of each polygon. I think you can conclude there are no overlaps. As I recall if you union two triangles whose corners touch, the result has two rings. If you buffer the union by some small (epsilon) amount and the resulting geometry/geography has only one exterior ring, I think you could conclude ...


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You need to set the PGBIN variable correctly in your CREATE_DB.bat script. It needs to point to the path containing the psql.exe. In my case it looks like the following: set PGBIN=set PGBIN=C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\9.5\bin Hope that helps!


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That's because a geodatabase is an Esri object and not a filesystem object. You can't get a creation date of a feature class (even in ArcObjects) but you can get the date of the database that it resides in. The first thing you need to look at is lyr.isBroken, unreferenced layers are broken and trying to get the path from them will cause issues, then check ...



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