I found a solution that worked for me.
I change setting in the register. Search for 1201 and value 0 (DWORD) at:
Problem running any tool (on Esri's Geonet forums)
You are looking for a GP tool Create SQLite Database available since 10.4 (previously, in 10.3, you had to use an arcpy function CreateSQLiteDatabase().
Choose as spatial_type parameter GEOPACKAGE which will create an OGC GeoPackage dataset. This is essentially an SQLite database with ST_Geometry storage plus some extra OGC features.
You can use this ...
The one important difference that most suggestions omit, and very possibly this is all that's needed to fix this, is that in Zone 0 a new DWORD 1201 MUST be created if it doesn't already exist. In other words changing all the other DWORD values to "0" will not work unless 1201 is also added.
The solution can be found here: https://geonet.esri.com/ideas/...
Quick and short solution:
Please follow this post: REDIRECT: axtiveX error warning
I found a fix for this on ESRI's web site - axtiveX error warning. A staff member came into the thread and confirmed it is a bug in current versions of ArcGIS (at time of writing, 10.5.1 was the latest).
So far we have only seen it affect our 1703 users. ...
You need to save a copy of the mxd to an earlier version if you have saved the mxd in ArcGIS latest version 10.6.
Based on ArcGIS help: Saving a map:
New documents cannot be opened in earlier versions of the software;
however, you can use the Save A Copy command to make a copy of a map
document so you can open and work with it in previous versions of
It's downloadable for 10.5 as well, but you need to have access to the Downloads page for your organization on my.esri.com. Most likely, someone in your organization can either download it for you or they can grant you the ability to download it for yourself. I'm pretty sure I remember this download, and most other addons/patches for ArcGIS Desktop being ...
You need to convert your date into datetime object for max() to work correctly. It appears field calculator doesn't see the value as a datetime object. You may need to adjust the date format to suit your region date settings. See Strptime Behavior in the Python docs.
Using the Python Parser, select Show Codeblock. In the Pre-logic script code:
You achieve this by having multiple data frames Working with additional data frames Then setting a difference reference scale per data frame.
While in many maps, you'll only need one data frame, you can add more data frames by clicking Insert > Data Frame on the main menu. You can remove a data frame by right-clicking the data frame name in the table of ...
Create a new Field with Text format
on the new field use Field calculator and select python .
double click the field that has numbers.
Type [1:] after field name .
For example if your field name is test :
If you want to use Integer type of field directly, first convert the origin field to the string and then use the above steps:
While I was writing the question I continued to search, and came across this old post on Geonet which suggested looking in the AdvancedArcMapSettings utility, which can be found in
C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.5\Utilities
On the System Paths tab, the path for Templates Path was set to just 1 rather than an actual path.
Clicking on Reset all ...
TL/DR: You cannot use both 10.3.x and 10.5.x geodatabases in the same non-RDS PostgreSQL instance. You do have other options.
First, some background:
PostgreSQL development rules forbid the mixing of DLLs compiled against major revisions (e.g. 9.3 and 9.4). This policy does not apply to minor revisions (e.g., 9.3.4, 9.3.10). There is one extension library ...
Before creating your slope layer (Slope tool is the right choice) you can use the Resample tool to change the cellsize of your input raster, without changing the rasters extent.
It is however important that you change Resampling Technique to Bilinear or Cubic which is the right choice for continuus data.
Try exporting the shapefile to a File Geodatabase with Feature Class to Feature Class tool and use the feature class in Append tool. When a geoprocessing tool fail with shapefile input it will sometimes work with a feature class input.
I found the answer hidden away here:
Click Insert > Model Only Tools and choose the tool you want to add.
Alternatively, right-click anywhere in the model and click Model Only Tools, then choose the tool you want to add.
The iN table presence and function are documented in the fourth paragraph beneath the section heading "Feature classes in a PostgreSQL database using ST_Geometry storage":
Once you have loaded data, you will have several i tables and stored procedures in your database. These stored procedures and i tables are used for generating feature IDs for feature ...
You cant create a feature layer on disk, it is stored in memory only.
sortedftr = 'C:/Users/srcha/Desktop/Cluster_Analysis/output/Ld_Play_extra_sort_ftr.shp'
sortedftr = 'sortedftr_lyr'
After the selection if you can use Copy features to convert the layer to a shapefile on disk.
You dont actually need Select by attributes, this can be done ...
An underhand trick...from my friend...(I do agree with gisnside)
New > Multi-part Color Ramp
Add Algorithmic Color Ramp
Select this Algorithmic Color Ramp and Properties (or, just double-clicking) to open Edit Color Rampwindow.
Give your first color to both Color 1 and Color 2. Click OK to close the window.
Again, Add Algorithmic Color Ramp + Properties ...
Your labels are not actually labels, they are annotation. You are dealing with annotation created in the map document, rather than in a geodatabase. Open the data frame properties to view all of the .mxd's annotation groups.
Map document file (.mxd) is a binary file which can be read using Esri software such as ArcMap. You won't be able to get the information on the version of the map document saved using Windows tools.
You would need to use either of the methods outlined below:
use Python or any other programming language to parse/decode the binary content and find out the ...
Make a raster dtm from the contours
Use the raster to make the road line 3D
Buffer the roadline to make a 500ft 3D Buffer in the same resolution as the dtm
Subtract the road-buffer raster from the dtm raster
Set all values < 50 in the result to NoData.
Convert raster to points.
You now have a point dataset with an attribute that shows how much ...
I think this is normal for any version. If you move layers you either have to manually give the source again. Or before you copy an MXD go to :
File >> Map Document Properties>> then on the window that appears click the "store relative pathnames to data sources" button next to "pathnames and click okay.
Once you do this when you move your MXD the relative ...
Recent versions of ArcGIS, since 10.2 and we are now at 10.5, have a set of tools named Excel Toolset which has a Table To Excel tool which:
Converts a table to a Microsoft Excel file.
You can convert to excel directly from this tool. It does have some limitations. For example Excel 2010 onward supports 16,384 columns but ArcGIS will only export 256 ...
I'm told this is a known issue and that, happily, a patched file has been made available and is easy to install.
For ArcGIS Desktop 10.5 Data Interoperability, the fix is simply to copy the patched file (arcgisonlineCommon.pyc) to C:\Program Files (x86)\Esri\Data Interoperability (x86)\python\python27\arcgisonline\
Obviously that will require ...
In short, no, it doesn't appear that latest AutoCAD 2018 has a compatible plugin to use ArcGIS. According to Esri's ArcGIS for AutoCad and For AutoCAD 2013-2017
Installation recognizes the most recent version of AutoCAD 2016 and 2017, as well as previous version 2013-2015.
Substitute a 0 for the None in separate variables, then calculate the we_ge:
for row in cursor:
we = row
ge = row
if we is None:
we = 0
if ge is None:
ge = 0
we_ge = we + ge
csv_row = [row, row, row, row, row, we_ge, row, row, row]
If the row and row values are integers (no ...
In ModelBuilder, you could use the model parameters to input the DEM min value.
Any model variable can be made a model parameter. There are two primary reasons to make a model variable a parameter.
Output variables that are set as model parameters are added to the map when the model is run inside ModelBuilder.