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I´m working as a GIS professionalist at a governmental geodata provider.

I´m working with: - ESRI ArcGIS Server and Desktop - FME Server and Desktop - Visual Studio 2010 Professional (for .NET programming) - Netbeans 7.2 (for the java stuff) - Python for smaller scripting tasks - SQL Server (Geometry) - PostGIS, Geoserver, OpenLayers, GeoWebCache, etc...


Apr
19
comment how do I reestablish all feature class references in mxd after their names change?
I was also facing crashes while using the arcpy.mapping site package. Try 64-bit geoprocessing (resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.2/index.html#//…) - if your PC allows it for sure - which I found out was running more stable.
Apr
11
comment Parsing field in field calculator using Python
You re welcome...would you please accept this as an answer ...thanks a lot
Apr
10
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Apr
10
answered Parsing field in field calculator using Python
Apr
9
comment Harmonizing feature class definitions from many geodatabases
Please provide Info about what type of backend your geodatabase uses. Is it a personal geodatabase or an enterprise geodatabase backed by some RDBMS? If latter, then which one (Oracle, SQL Server)? Do you want to accomplish some kind of database chagescripting / schema evolutions?
Mar
17
answered How to do spatial join which is also based on time using ArcGIS for Desktop?
Mar
16
revised How to turn all lines into one direction?
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Mar
16
answered How to turn all lines into one direction?
Mar
8
revised Make sidebar div active on Marker click (and vice versa)?
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Mar
8
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Mar
8
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Mar
8
comment Make sidebar div active on Marker click (and vice versa)?
You are right, there is a Bug, actually I modified it further a little bit and broke it then, sorry. The fiddle which is linked now works (on my Laptop FF27).
Mar
8
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Mar
6
answered Make sidebar div active on Marker click (and vice versa)?
Feb
26
comment Printing/exporting WMTS tile layer with desired resolution / zoom level in QGIS
having the same problem, as I need the more detailed zoomlevel on a large format print. I will try to download the tile cache with MOBAC and then somehow only load the zoomlevel which Im interested in, but I dont know if I will be able to georeference the tiles correctly when I load them each one separetely...
Feb
22
comment How do I restrict a fme transformer to work only within a polygon mask?
As already mentioned here, you can mask those features the transformer should be applied to by a SpatialFilter Transformer. Nevertheless your Workbench will read all Features unless you define a Bounding Box to filter in the reader itself. This is the only way I know to restrict the readers to use the spatial index and only read those features which are in a certain spot that should get processed. This is often done by publishing these parameters and cascading Workbenches (see fmepedia.safe.com/AnswersQuestionDetail?id=906a0000000cmGdAAI)
Feb
6
answered Would you consider online geocoding a breach of privacy?
Jan
17
comment How to improve performance when using ArcGIS cursors in Python with big tables?
I had an similar problem where i had to select some 10.000 points outof 14 Mio. and then delete it. arcpy.cursors where only able to delete about 1 or 2 points per second (!). so i installed pyodbc module to delete them with a single SQL DELETE Statement in only one second. UPDTATEing over SQL will bring you much improvement, as long as you only want to modify attributes...nevertheless you will have to install additional python modules...but it's worth it.