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answered Making data joined from Excel independent in ArcMap?
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comment Creating polygon with attributes using ArcGIS Desktop?
Can you please provide exact format of the input point data? What represent numbers in parenthesis? How is your data stored?
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comment Join only if one line line intersects buffer. Do not if two
@daverous, I have updated my answer.
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answered Join only if one line line intersects buffer. Do not if two
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comment Why do I have various *.sde files on my server?
...And they are stored at C:\Users\%user%\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.2\ArcCatalog by default, but you can easily move them wherever you want and then connect to this folder from Catalog window.
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comment Why is Clip_analysis giving ERROR 999999 using SHAPE@ geometry token as clip_features in arcpy.da.SearchCursor?
@PolyGeo, sorry was on a trip away :) yea, I am getting the error you have published when running it from IDLE!
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comment Why is Clip_analysis giving ERROR 999999 using SHAPE@ geometry token as clip_features in arcpy.da.SearchCursor?
@PolyGeo, yeah, I am on 10.2.2. Very odd you are getting this error. I cannot come up with anything else why it doesn't work, sorry!
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answered Locking feature service without affecting its map service
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comment Why is Clip_analysis giving ERROR 999999 using SHAPE@ geometry token as clip_features in arcpy.da.SearchCursor?
Ah I see. What I was wondering though is why the arcpy SelectByLocation.py is located at C:\polygeo\. In the traceback, I get the arcpy path in ArcGIS like C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.2\arcpy\arcpy. But reinstall could probably help for sure :D
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comment Why is Clip_analysis giving ERROR 999999 using SHAPE@ geometry token as clip_features in arcpy.da.SearchCursor?
I have cloned your environment and the code and things are working fine. One thing that looks interesting is your path in the traceback <File "C:\polygeo\SelectByLocation.py">. Do you have your Python installed in the folder polygeo? The only plausible version of this error is that something goes wrong when the Python is trying to reference arcpy libraries with a wrong data path. Do other arcpy scripts work fine? Just try executing a simple arcpy script with a couple of arcpy.xx_yy GP tools to check.
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comment arcpy release lock files
If there is a schema lock established on a shapefile, you cannot overwrite it though.
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answered Coordinates calculation
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comment Getting attributes from a lyr file
Lyr file is a just reference file which has to go to the data source to read the data and show the attributes. You might still be going to the GIS Server when clicking the features in the map. Have you also downloaded the data along with the .lyr file? Maybe a shapefile or a geodatabase archived?
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answered Data frame index
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comment Is in_memory reused by multiple geoprocessing services (ArcGIS Server)?
Thank you, Kevin! Good to know. I asked this because I have gotten some locks established when running multiple GP service sessions of the same service. Then those locks were probably on the database level. Thanks again.
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accepted Is in_memory reused by multiple geoprocessing services (ArcGIS Server)?
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revised Is in_memory reused by multiple geoprocessing services (ArcGIS Server)?
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