I have two shapefiles.
Shapefile A has
five attributes and
shapefile B has
I use the Identity tool to determine, what of
shapefile A lies in
This is how both attribute tables look like:
My results are rather confusing
How comes that it splits
FE, ... up, when that is contained in
Why is it contained two times in there?
Working with ArcGis Desktop 10.2.2 here.
Here is the snipped of the python code and a screenshot.
# Replace a layer/table view name with a path to a dataset (which can be a layer file) or create the layer/table view within the script # The following inputs are layers or table views: "clip4_diss_clipCopy", "dissolve_clipCopy"arcpy.Identity_analysis(in_features="clip4_diss_clipCopy",identity_features="dissolve_clipCopy",out_feature_class="C:/Users//Documents/Scoring/up.shp",join_attributes="NO_FID",cluster_tolerance="#",relationship="NO_RELATIONSHIPS")
The underlaying green shapefile was used as the
Identity Feature. The cyan lines are the different
Reg X and the dark outlined features are the
Infeatures for the tool!