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comment Where is information on What's Coming in ArcGIS 10.3 for Desktop?
If you have access to the pre-release, you could install it on some machine and look into the Help system, I believe it should be shipped together with the pre-release.
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comment SQL-query in arcpy - SELECT WHERE feature between two values
where do you store the gdb?
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to add IDs of the links composing a polygon?
Oct
20
comment GP service (from Python script tool) time-out: how to execute finally: statement
thank you again anyway :)
Oct
20
answered ArcGIS Desktop Professional Certification - opinions now that it has been a around a few years
Oct
20
comment GP service (from Python script tool) time-out: how to execute finally: statement
thanks. I've kind of suspected that this might be the case. How do I handle a GP service instance that crashes (software crash) and leave lots of data in the incorrupted state? I do use SQL for some parts of the work, so I am safe with transactions there, but other things are just being processed in binary and can easily be left in an invalid state. Anything that can help me at least come closer to what I've wanted to achieve with finally? It can be done outside of the Python script tool, of course.
Oct
20
asked GP service (from Python script tool) time-out: how to execute finally: statement
Oct
17
comment Track progress of running GP tools (in arcpy script) programmatically?
@JasonScheirer, thank you so much.
Oct
17
comment Track progress of running GP tools (in arcpy script) programmatically?
@JasonScheirer, thank you. Any other suggestions on how this kind of logic could be implemented with arcpy/Python? Or at least something close?
Oct
17
accepted Track progress of running GP tools (in arcpy script) programmatically?
Oct
15
asked Track progress of running GP tools (in arcpy script) programmatically?
Oct
13
comment Performing multiple “Closest Facilities” analyses for multiple feature classes
This is why it might be good to run the GP tool resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.2/index.html#//… (Make Closest Facility Layer).
Oct
11
comment Performing multiple “Closest Facilities” analyses for multiple feature classes
I have wrapped up my comments as an answer you can vote and acccept.
Oct
11
answered Performing multiple “Closest Facilities” analyses for multiple feature classes
Oct
10
answered Why does a geoprocessing service fail every other time it is run?
Oct
10
comment Performing multiple “Closest Facilities” analyses for multiple feature classes
just use the arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True. Or delete objects first before trying to write them over :)
Oct
10
comment Performing multiple “Closest Facilities” analyses for multiple feature classes
I am not 100% sure, but can you really have those {DC034A5A-77FD-4B9E-BD36-ECDE5ABD576B} for defining variable names in Python code? Perhaps replace them with a string ("temp_layername"). I would recommend opening manually a GP tool in Network Analyst toolbox > define the parameters > run it > make sure it worked fine > go to Results window > right-click > Copy as Python Snippet > try this chunk of code. Should help if when exporting from ModelBuilder some of the parameters value gone or get invalid.
Oct
9
comment Alternative to Delete Polygons And Extend Lines of Production Mapping?
If you want to avoid writing a Python script that would iterate your polygona and polyline feature classes, you might try playing first with the Aggregate Polygons/Simplify Polygon (Cartography toolbox) to get rid of small polygons (check how large your polygons are) and then Integrate (Data Management toolbox) to connect the end vertices of the rivers that are closer than some threshold. Another crazy idea is to collapse lakes into lines first with Polygon to Line and then Integrate again on this spaghetti.
Oct
9
comment Alternative to Delete Polygons And Extend Lines of Production Mapping?
What level of license do you have (Basic/Standard/Advanced)?
Oct
8
answered Finding given objects under both a polygon and a buffer