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comment arcpy join field tool is not licensed
That page is for ArcGIS 9.3. @Djmapper gave the correct answer; I got the same thing from ESRI. JoinField_management should be in all licenses of ArcGIS 10, however in SP1 and SP2 there is a bug with the licensing. If you upgrade to SP3 or SP4 then everything works fine.
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comment arcpy join field tool is not licensed
Yes, I just got an email from ESRI support confirming that there is a bug and the licensing issue should be resolved in SP4. Alternatively, I have written a python function that uses arcpy.AddField_management() and arcpy.UpdateCursor() to emulate JoinField_management() without updating.
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comment arcpy join field tool is not licensed
@ Get Spatial, thanks I will do so.
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comment arcpy join field tool is not licensed
I think I will contact ESRI. I also found another person with the same problem forums.arcgis.com/threads/51041-Join-Field-Licensing-Issue. I am running a full version of ArcGIS 10 with the SA extension. Thanks for your help.
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comment arcpy join field tool is not licensed
Hi, now it is my turn to apologize! I have tried JoinField_management() and AddJoin_management() because the former wouldn't work. In an earlier version I used the exact code you suggested; I have just rechecked it and I get the same error. Moreover, in ArcMap, if I go to the "geoprocessing" drop down menu, select "search for tools", type "join field (data management)" and click the "toolboxes\system toolboxes\..." link, then the tool appears with a lock next to it. :(
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comment arcpy join field tool is not licensed
Hi, I am not at work and don't have access to ArcGIS right now. However, I have the spatial analyst license, and the code works perfectly without the last line. The file sum_slope.dbf is correctly created and can be loaded into ArcMap. Thus I don't know which parameter would not be valid. I will check the link you supplied first thing tomorrow. Thank you.
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Done, thank you.
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