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You need to make sure your set search_path call always includes the schema postgis is installed in. So instead of doing: SET search_path=vmplan201506; Make sure you are doing SET search_path=vmplan201506,public,tiger; If you have other tables in public you don't want seen, then move postgis into another schema and make sure that schema is always ...


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Your self-answer gave me an idea. It seems your main concern with the registry fix is a user accidentally editing/deleting other things. And rightfully so... Since you already have Python installed you can script the edit, so the user never even needs to understand what is really happening. They just need to run the script. It does need to be run under ...


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This is not an ideal solution. There's risk involved. Close ArcGIS Desktop on your computer. Preform a regedit: Navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > ESRI > Desktop10.3 > ArcMap > DockingPaneLayouts > panestate. Search the Pane - x folders for "Title" = "ArcToolbox" (like in the screen grab below). Where this Reg_SZ exists Delete the "Pane-x" folder. ...


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If you only temporarily logged in a computer with one screen, what worked for me was, to log in my usual two display workstation, dock the toolbox into one of the panels within the ArcGIS desktop window, and save the ArcMap session. This works of course only for temporary station change and you will have to use the saved arc map when you log in from a one ...


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It turns out that the versions of the drivers, SQL and geoserver weren't compatible. So I had to do a bit of reading to find out what drivers were required by my environment. Once that was done, it was a simple matter of following the instructions.



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