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bio website redtrails.com/blog
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I am a GIS developer currently living in Portland, OR.


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comment Error message from output workspace when using script tool
If it really does already exist you can try adding arcpy.env.overwriteOutput =True
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comment Unable to explode multipart polygon
You are perceptive. I actually went in and cleaned up that polygon, but it didn't help.
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comment Unable to explode multipart polygon
Yes, I tried that.
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comment Unable to explode multipart polygon
No go...thanks for the ideas though!
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revised Unable to explode multipart polygon
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comment Unable to explode multipart polygon
Already tried that. *edited question to include that.
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asked Unable to explode multipart polygon
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comment Converting projected geoTiff to WGS84 with GDAL and Python
At gdal 2.0 there is native support for multiprocessing - just append -wo NUM_THREADS=ALL_CPUS to your gdalwarp command.
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comment Arcpy - How do I specify the precision and scale of a new field?
I think I didn't phrase my question well. I know that shapefiles support prec. and scale. and I know how to specify them when adding a field in ArcMap. What I don't know is why the values that I pass in via scripting (AddField) are not respected.
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comment Arcpy - How do I specify the precision and scale of a new field?
Yeah - When adding a new field via both the Attribute Table and ArcToolbox - the scale and precision values are respected.