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Sep
24
reviewed Reviewed Is there a way to populate a spreadsheet of city names with their latitudes and longitudes from Google Maps or some other service?
Sep
24
comment How to get rid of suffixes from several shapefiles in a folder
Try the suggestions at how to loop through a list of shapefiles and rename them
Sep
23
answered Using ArcGIS Online for public participation?
Sep
23
reviewed No Action Needed Tuning Esri Geodatabase on Oracle Spatial (SDO_Geometry) performance?
Sep
23
comment Joining rainfall data to point features using ArcPy?
How will you decide which day's rainfall is contained within any given shapefile - is this included in the shapefile's name? Or within an attribute in the shapefile?
Sep
23
comment Tuning Esri Geodatabase on Oracle Spatial (SDO_Geometry) performance?
when you say "consuming that using ArcGIS Server 10.2.1" can you provide more information, please? How are you consuming the data - via a feature layer, dynamic layer, etc? Which API/client are you using with ArcGIS Server? Have you set scale thresholds for the layers? Is the performance any better using the same dataset served via a file geodatabase? (The reason for all the questions here and above is that there are multiple places where the performance can be impacted.)
Sep
22
answered Get shortest distance between two geometries in ArcPy
Sep
22
reviewed Reviewed Adding vector layer over WMS using OpenLayers?
Sep
22
revised Adding vector layer over WMS using OpenLayers?
JSON not Jason
Sep
22
reviewed Reviewed How to change the color of vector layer of QGIS in api?
Sep
18
comment Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
New question on multiprocessing posted at gis.stackexchange.com/q/114260/3112
Sep
18
asked arcpy with multiprocessing throws “UnpickleableError: Cannot pickle <type 'geoprocessing Layer object'> objects”
Sep
18
awarded  Cleanup
Sep
18
accepted Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
Sep
18
revised Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
rolled back to a previous revision
Sep
18
comment Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
Thanks for the tip - I've implemented that change, which has thrown light on a different error. I've rewritten the question to focus on that instead.
Sep
18
revised Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
rewrote the question heavily, to focus on the multiprocessing aspect
Sep
18
revised Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
simplified the MP script greatly
Sep
18
revised Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?
removed typo in script
Sep
18
asked Maintaining reference to feature layer (rather than its name string) throughout Python script?