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We have a geodatabase containing an obj class (main table) which has subtypes & these contain domains.

Need a way (e.g. script) to get those subtypes & domains in a "readable" table.

Any help?

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I'd recommend checking out the X-Ray for ArcCatalog extension created by ESRI.

X-Ray for ArcCatalog extension for 10.1

X-Ray for ArcCatalog extension for 10.2 - 10.3


Here's a snip from the description:

The X-Ray for ArcCatalog add-in can be used to develop, refine and document your geodatabase designs. This version can be used natively in ArcCatalog and replaces tools found previously on ArcScripts.

X-Ray for ArcCatalog will help you:

  1. Develop and refine geodatabase designs
  2. Analyze the differences between two geodatabase designs
  3. Merge two different designs in to a new consolidated geodatabase design
  4. Check for reserved RDBMS field names in your design
  5. Replace and reorder fields in a current geodatabase (via GP Script)
  6. Import a design with geoprocessing
  7. Localize field aliases and descriptions in your geodatabase
  8. Populate workspace descriptions for your design
  9. Create a data dictionary and diagram for your design

And here's a video on how to use it.

It's a really nice tool to have.

  • This is a great answer and it is a great tool, but one caveat. It requires MS Office, and the specific version they list, and it's different for each version of ArcMap/Xray. In my case, I was on ArcGIS 10.4 and unable to use Xray because it requires Office 2013 or newer at that version of ArcMap, which i don't have. It just gives very cryptic error message without the correct Office version installed. – PhilippNagel Jun 29 '17 at 14:49
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There is an ESRI tool that will do this for you:

Domain to Table

The tool is available at all license levels and is found in the Data Management Toolbox under the 'Domain' group.

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