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comment Why does tool take longer to run when in Python script?
I would guess that your next step then is to look into speeding up your ArcGIS start time if that 1-2 minutes is unacceptable. here's a previous question I found related to getting Arc to start quicker gis.stackexchange.com/questions/20437/…
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comment Why does tool take longer to run when in Python script?
How much extra time are you taking in actual minutes/hours? The overhead I'm taking about should be a flat 1-2 minutes at most on top of the normal running time.
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comment Disappearing Point Features in Geoserver using WMS
As I have been unable to resolve this using the shapefile data store, I imported the data into postGIS using shp2pqsql and set up geoserver to read from there. IT works fine after that, so I will just modify my setup & scripts to use PostGIS.
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comment Disappearing Point Features in Geoserver using WMS
@Mintx - missed your question for a while. Yes, I have, with no change.
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comment Disappearing Point Features in Geoserver using WMS
/geoserver/DM/wms?LAYERS=DM%3ATest&STYLES=&FORMAT=image%2Fpng&SERVICE=WMS&VERSIO‌​N=1.1.1&REQUEST=GetMap&SRS=EPSG%3A3857&CQL_FILTER=VENUE_TYPE%3D'Animal%20Park'&BB‌​OX=-22170578.766354,-1698674.8632535,4235254.0862946,9444451.5323653&WIDTH=782&HE‌​IGHT=330
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comment Disappearing Point Features in Geoserver using WMS
In an attempt to anonymize the data I removed all columns from the shapefile except for the Venue_Type column which I re-coded as single letter codes. I still saw the exact same scenario as detailed above. However, I still had to move points around spatially to fully anonymize the data, except for the points I showed in the screenshots. After I did that, the 3 points did still disappear, but at different zoom levels (further out). I also reexported the shapefile using QGIS to rule out ArcGIS, but to no avail. Still seeking permission to post anonymized data however...
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comment Disappearing Point Features in Geoserver using WMS
If I can anonymize the data, and still have it exhibit this problem, I will post it.
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comment Disappearing Point Features in Geoserver using WMS
I removed all features with a venue_type that contained anything other than english letters just to rule that out. The same thing occured. I've opened this shapefile in arcGIS succesfully and re-exported it as well. The shapefile is valid as far as I can tell. There are other fields in this shapefile that contain some non-latin characters, but I can't imagine that would be causing this issue since I'm not filtering on those columns