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comment Repoint feature layers from one SDE to another
I'll take a look at this tomorrow when I'm back at work and let you know how if I can get anything out of it. Thanks a lot!
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comment Repoint feature layers from one SDE to another
@GeoJohn - Exactly. When I test with static parameters it works fine. It doesn't like the iteration. Also, I tried using lyrName in the function, and correct that doesn't help either, although maybe it's a 'better' best practice. I will change it. As for the "try"/"except" if there are more than two it doesn't work either... Also, there are no group layers in this test. My longer script does include code for that, though. Hmm...
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comment Simplifying a feature class to feature class ETL using multiple input feature classes with varied schemas
Oops, sloppy copy/pasting. Thanks for catching!
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comment Simplifying a feature class to feature class ETL using multiple input feature classes with varied schemas
I'll have to give this a look as well, "FME" (safe.com/how-it-works)
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answered Simplifying a feature class to feature class ETL using multiple input feature classes with varied schemas
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comment Simplifying a feature class to feature class ETL using multiple input feature classes with varied schemas
This was extremely helpful. Thank you. I came up with an answer specifically for my original code that makes use of your suggestion. I'm including it as another answer below. What do you think?
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comment Viewing list of data sets that have been edited under specific ArcSDE Version?
I passed this along to our SDE Administrator, and he found it helpful. Thanks!
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accepted Viewing list of data sets that have been edited under specific ArcSDE Version?
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asked Viewing list of data sets that have been edited under specific ArcSDE Version?
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comment Eliminate Polygon Part tool doesn't eliminate part - a bug?
I think that is exactly what happened. What I ended up doing was writing a Python script that actually runs the Eliminate tool, like you suggested, to generalize the whole feature class. I used Python because it has to run the tool until the number of areas under 10,000 (per my Question above) reaches 0. I think that tool runs into the same problem. If there are islands within islands, it'll only eliminate the first island. You have to run the tool to get the next island, and so on and so on, if that makes sense.
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comment Eliminate Polygon Part tool doesn't eliminate part - a bug?
Question has been updated with exact GP inputs/outputs
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comment Eliminate Polygon Part tool doesn't eliminate part - a bug?
But I wasn't actually looking to remove features (which is why i thought it was odd they were being removed at all). I just wanted to fill in empty non-feature areas to generalize things a bit. In a previous step in my process I actually used Eliminate to do just what you're suggesting here.