I've recently migrated to ArcGIS Pro 1.4 and have had no problems moving from Python 2.7 to 3.5 - except one. I try to use gdal/ogr when I can in order to share scripts easily with those who do not have an Arc license available. In the 2.7 version, I could easily obtain support for read/write of Esri file geodatabases by placing the
However, with ArcGIS Pro (Python 3.5) when I installed the gdal (2.1.3) wheel (obtained from Christoph Gohlke's site at http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs), there is no
gdalplugins folder. I only have the following structure:
Under this, I have:
There are only 2 .dll files in the entire structure;
Could someone tell me where the file geodatabase drivers reside, and if adding Esri's
FileGDBAPI.dll to the same directory is all that's needed to get things working?
My limitations are: Windows 7 64-bit, I need to be able to deal with pre-compiled binaries, I do not have a compiler available to me or full administrative rights on the machine.