Using ArcGIS Pro 1.3.1 I created a project called TestProject in its own folder.
As expected an examination of the TestProject folder in Windows Explorer showed that it contained TestProject.aprx, TestProject.gdb and TestProject.tbx (as well as Index and ImportLog subfolders).
I proceeded to do considerable work in this project before deciding to rename my project from TestProject to ProperProject.
Renaming the project folder from TestProject to ProperProject using Windows Explorer worked as expected but left the old names of TestProject.aprx, TestProject.gdb and TestProject.tbx within it, as expected.
I was hoping to rename these as ProperProject.aprx, ProperProject.gdb and ProperProject.tbx so I tried to do this two ways:
- Using Windows Explorer to rename the three items but when I then opened ProperProject.aprx it resulted in a project with TestProject.gdb (empty), TestProject.tbx (empty), ProperProject.gdb and ProperProject.tbx
Using Windows Explorer to rename TestProject.aprx to ProperProject.aprx and then opening ProperProject.aprx to use the Project pane to try and perform the remaining two renames:
a. Renaming TestProject.gdb to ProperProject.gdb seemed to work as would be expected from the help that covers that in Rename project items
b. No option to rename TestProject.tbx to ProperProject.tbx was available. I cannot find this mentioned in the help.
c. When I closed (without saving) and re-opened ProperProject.aprx it once again created a new TestProject.gdb (empty)
Is it possible to rename an ArcGIS Pro project in a way that also renames the project's
*.tbx to the new project name?