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So I have feature classes from an ArcGIS database that I renamed using this Python code: enter image description here

But now I have to merge all the feature classes that are output from this into one feature class named OSRS_ORN_NER. I'm not really sure how I should assign the inputs and outputs when I'm using the arcpy.Merge_management() tool. This is all I have right now: enter image description here

  • Please try to always include the text (not screenshots) of code and errors because that way they can be searched. – PolyGeo Jan 19 '15 at 22:25
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Merge tool expect you a list of feature classes as the input. so you shouldn't put it in a loop.

First build a list of feature classes in loop:

#l is a list of featureclasses with absolute path
l = [] 

for r in rows:
 # r is a featureclass like  "D:\FDB.gdb\input1"
 l.append(r)

arcpy.Merge_management(l, "D:\FGDB.gdb\Merged")
  • Would I name it OSRS_ORN_NER like this?: arcpy.Merge_management(l,"D:\FGDB.gdb\Merged\OSRS_ORN_NER") – EmilyF Jan 19 '15 at 14:40
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    You can name it any thing. Merged is just a sample name of output featureclass in the file geodatabase. you can name it for example OSRS_ORN_NER. – Farid Cheraghi Jan 19 '15 at 19:24

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