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Nov
21
revised QGIS 2.0.1-3 not opening
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revised QGIS 2.0.1-3 not opening
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Nov
20
comment QGIS 2.0.1-3 not opening
No error message. I haven't tried the 32-bit version. Apparently I need to install a "missing" C++ package..gis.stackexchange.com/questions/30982/why-is-qgis-not-launching Just tried 32-bit, same problem. Its completely unresponsive.
Nov
20
asked QGIS 2.0.1-3 not opening
Nov
15
comment ArcObjects Resources
Updated link for ArcObject Help for .NET Developers: resources.arcgis.com/en/help/arcobjects-net/conceptualhelp/…
Oct
14
comment How to create a KML that supports animated ground overlays?
My best suggestion would be to follow this commenter's advice: "gis.stackexchange.com/questions/72550/…; and attempt "to merge the multiple, static KML files you currently have into one KML file with multiple TimeStamp-ed Placemarks". As gdal2tiles produces the KML file, it would appear that that would be the tool to use. Sorry I can't offer much more than this. Good luck!
Aug
9
answered How to save all Layers in ArcMap table of contents
Aug
9
comment Python workspace
Number 2 always works for me. Used to use number 1, but found was too inconsistent. Never had a problem with 3.
Aug
7
comment arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
@DevdattaTengshe Yes. Initial code was just: 'arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True'
Aug
7
comment arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
FWIW - I've used the 'append' function to create the AOI shp via an iteration process and I am deleting the individual locality shp as part of the iteration.
Aug
7
comment arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
This still creates an individual shapefile for each locality. I think the append function will be suitable for my situation. Thanks for your greatly valued input.
Aug
7
accepted Looping on the Select_analysis tool
Aug
7
comment How to Convert labels to DWG Cad file?
This is not doable with Python. By that I mean the "Convert Labels to Annotation" part of the process is not doable in Python. Currently I am trying to perform the same task as the OP. I have two separate scripts and am seriously considering learning C# to access its added functionality for this part.
Aug
7
comment arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
I cant conceptually work out how that would work. The merge I'm using is based on the output of a Select_analysis function. I assume the list would have to go in the Select_analysis function, though because that tool's selection process is based on SQL queries I would have to produce a list of 600+ localities in correct SQL list format, in order to select those localities from the existing shapefile "locality". I think this could end up being very messy. If I'm working this out correctly.
Aug
7
accepted arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
Aug
7
comment arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
I see. As advised by @Fezter on a separate, though entirely related question, 'append_management' would appear to be the correct tool to use in this instance as the intention is to append to an existing output as opposed to creating a new output every iteration. Thanks for your help.
Aug
7
comment Looping on the Select_analysis tool
Looks promising. Forgot about the 'append' tool. All licences at work currently in use. Will test ASAP.
Aug
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revised arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
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Aug
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asked arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True, not working for some reason
Aug
7
comment Looping on the Select_analysis tool
Your solution works for the purpose of creating one individual shapefile per locality. I should have been more specific and mentioned that I only want one shapefile with all localities contianed in this shapefile. See edits.