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comment Converting personal geodatabase .mdb file to .gdb
You just changed the requirements. Your question says geodatabase file format, now you said ArcSDE (enterprise geodatabase). If indeed you're migrating your data into an enterprise geodatabase, use the FC 2 Geodatabase tool referenced in Maksim's answer. It would also be good to clear up your original question.
Nov
19
comment Hot Spot Analysis
This GPK you can download demonstrates the entire workflow I mentioned above : arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=02b7dddf672f40c4b0129aa7420105d9
Nov
19
comment Hot Spot Analysis
Theres a few ways to interpolate a surface. You could run Natural Neighbor on the points (and run Reclassify on that output if you need). Theres a few other ways to create a surface. Note though, generally your data lends itself towards one method over another.
Nov
14
comment Error code 500, error performing execute operation from Print task of ArcGIS API for JavaScript?
So its "working". With an Async job you need to poll and get the result back when jobStatus is esriJobComplete - this example executes against an async service: developers.arcgis.com/javascript/jssamples/…
Nov
11
comment using arcgis server connection file(.ags) inside python is not running in linux
Did you setup a datastore before you published? So, should that file be copied to the server when the service was published, or you have registered folders? Best guess is either the file wasnt copied, or the path isn't right in the published service. I'd get on the linux box, find the script and see where its pointing / if the AGS file is where it should be.
Nov
6
comment Cannot get my ArcGISLocalFeatureLayer to update when adding features
ArcGIS Runtime?
Nov
4
comment Is in_memory reused by multiple geoprocessing services (ArcGIS Server)?
Yeah, you could still be getting locks on the database. That would have nothing to do with writing output to in_memory. It would be what tool(s) are being used and if they need to put a read or schema lock on the input features. (schema being the possible problematic lock depending what you're doing)
Nov
3
comment Should you switch from ArcMap to QGIS?
What exactly does "have a more restrictive development framework" mean?
Oct
31
comment esri JavaScript Spatial Analysis Services: Select appropriate helper services url from Portal for requested operation
Ya, last note, the points you're using with it are on services1 (services1.arcgis.com/...), so you need analysis1 to match.
Oct
31
comment esri JavaScript Spatial Analysis Services: Select appropriate helper services url from Portal for requested operation
Quick note - without knowing your original URL, I'm guessing its the "analysis1" (1) which solved it. Your account is probably tied to the set of servers on analysis1, not just analysis.
Oct
28
comment How do I setup the initial entry point into the ArcGIS Geoservices REST API?
Are you connecting as an Admin? Try making a user connection. I remember there being differences back in 9.3.
Oct
23
comment Error Exporting ArcMap Feature to KML, Retain Attached Photo
Hey @Dan could you email me ( khibma @ esri.com ) - I built a tool that might do what you want. I'll send it to you. If it works, I can put it up on arcgis.com as a sample.
Oct
6
comment How to install GDAL and QGIS on a Raspberry Pi?
Maybe they figured it out - 2013: xastir.org/pipermail/xastir/2013-November/021862.html
Oct
6
comment How to install GDAL and QGIS on a Raspberry Pi?
I'd be looking to confirm that GDAL can be built for ARM. (RPi runs ARM, not "x86"). It seems someone is 'trying' to build for Android (trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/BuildingForAndroid), and from that you may infer it'll build to work on the Pi. This (dated) post (lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/gdal-dev/2009-March/020008.html) shows a lot of problems doing it. Maybe they've overcome the problem?
Sep
26
comment geoprocessing service via python toolbox script, local versus server paths
Do you need to run it in a subprocess? If not, I'd go back and try it without. Your 2 second comment makes it sound like the task launches it, and thats it. It doesn't wait for a respond. (Can you see it running in task manager on the server?) Additionally, keep in mind .exe arent pushed to the server when you publish. Its on you (the service deployer) to make sure that .exe lives on the server and is accessible/usable by the server.
Sep
16
comment arcpy.Delete_management(“”) not working
Delete does not use any environments. It is not aware of your 'workspace', thus passing it in the folder name wont work. You need to fully reference the path like the answers below indicate. resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.2/index.html#/Delete/…
Sep
2
comment Missing Raster/Vector Layers after converting KMZ using KMLToLayer tool of ArcGIS Desktop?
I can't recall if the tool converted raster at 10.0 (I think it did, but limited support). Any chance you can use a newer version? The KML tools were greatly enhanced at 10.1/10.2 - you might get what you're after in a newer version.
Sep
2
comment Use Display Expression for KML Popup, SHP to KML ArcGIS
I was the one at Esri working on that issue. The issue listed above is specific to using VB in the parser. If you switch to a Python parser it should also provide you with a workaround. (Unless I dont understand exactly whats in your expression)
Aug
28
comment ArcPy inconsistently accepts SQL queries for MakeFeatureLayer or SelectLayerByAttribute
Background server threw an exception usually means the tool caused a crash. Just curious, if you disable BG and run the same tool /w same settings, does ArcMap crash?
Jul
8
comment GIS projects with a raspberry pi
Note the R-pi runs on an ARM processor (think the same technology that your mobile phone uses). This may limit what "GIS" type of applications you could run on it (if thats what you want to do). I used a Rpi + GPS + 3G phone to act as a sort of tracker. I captured points and pushed them back to ArcGIS Online. So in terms of the Pi being a sensor, theres lots of potential. But like Paul said, very broad question. If you could give some focus or possible direction to your question maybe it will spurn ideas.