I want to duplicate a polygon feature class and offset all of the polygons by about 10 feet in both the x and y directions. I asked if there was any way to do this last week, and I was informed that I would most likely need to make my own python script using arcpy. I made my own script using arcpy, but it isn't working:
import arcpy from arcpy import env import os env.overwriteOutput = True # Get arguments: # Input polygon feature class # Output polygon feature class # inputFeatureClass = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(0) outputFeatureClass = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(1) xShift = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(2) yShift = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(3) shapeName = arcpy.Describe(inputFeatureClass).shapeFieldName # Create the output feature class with the same fields and spatial reference as the input feature class arcpy.CreateFeatureclass_management(os.path.dirname(outputFeatureClass), os.path.basename(outputFeatureClass), "POLYGON", inputFeatureClass, "", "", inputFeatureClass) # Create a search cursor to iterate through each row of the input feature class inrows = arcpy.SearchCursor(inputFeatureClass) # Create an insert cursor to insert rows into the output feature class outrows = arcpy.InsertCursor(outputFeatureClass) # Create empty Point and Array objects pntArray = arcpy.Array() partArray = arcpy.Array() # Loop through each row/feature for row in inrows: # Create the geometry object feature = row.getValue(shapeName) partnum = 0 # Count the total number of points in the current multipart feature partcount = feature.partCount while partnum < partcount: part = feature.getPart(partnum) pnt = part.next() pntcount = 0 # Enter while loop for each vertex # while pnt: pnt = part.next() shiftedPoint = arcpy.Point() try: shiftedPoint.ID = pnt.ID shiftedPoint.X = pnt.X + float(xShift) shiftedPoint.Y = pnt.Y + float(yShift) except AttributeError: continue #shiftedPoint = arcpy.Point(float(pnt.X) + float(xShift), float(pnt.Y) + float(yShift)) pntArray.add(shiftedPoint) pntcount += 1 # If pnt is null, either the part is finished or there is an # interior ring # if not pnt: pnt = part.next() if pnt: arcpy.AddMessage("Interior Ring:") # Create a polygon using the array of points polygon = arcpy.Polygon(pntArray) # Empty the array for the next run through the loop pntArray.removeAll() # Add the polygons (or 'parts') to an array. This is necessary for multipart features, or those with holes cut in them partArray.add(polygon) arcpy.AddMessage("Added a polygon to the partArray!") partnum += 1 # Create a new row object that will be inserted into the ouput feature class. Set newRow = row so that it has the same attributes # Set newRow.shape = partArray so that the only thing different about this new feature is that its geometry is different (shifted) newRow = row newRow.shape = partArray outrows.insertRow(newRow) # Empy the array for the next run through the loop partArray.removeAll() del inrows, outrows
I keep getting this error on line 70
<type 'exceptions.ValueError'>: Array: Add input not point nor array object
I can't figure out why it's giving me this error, since I defined the input as an array.
Does anyone know why I'm getting this error?