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GIS Engineer and Developer with broad experience in geo-spatial client/server applications and geo-database design, CAD to GIS data migration and interoperability issues, geo-data processing tasks.


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comment arcpy.AddMessage and codepage problems
Have you tried it in 10.1 ? Because this method works for me too in 10.0 but not in 10.1.
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comment Good practices for storing connection info while deploying geoprocessing tool on Server
Thanks! I definitely should try to use layers next time.
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comment Good practices for storing connection info while deploying geoprocessing tool on Server
I also have read somewhere that layers are faster, but do you have any description why are they faster? Just curious...
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comment SP1 for ArcGIS 10.1 has extension for 64-bit Python for background geoprocessing — implications for other Python use
In your script you can try to call execution of other python script by calling it with needed interpreter (x32 or x64) from command-line using subprocess module for example.