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Quick Tips: Consuming Feature Services with Geoprocessing explains the various techniques to do this. The absolute easiest and shortest solution would be to: Drag the feature service into ArcMap Right click and Save as Layer file (LYR) Run Copy Features on that LYR file: arcpy.CopyFeatures_management('C:/temp/FeatureService.lyr', 'c:/temp/LocalCopy.shp") ...


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You have two different questions here: 1) To save features from an ArcGIS Feature service you can query the service and then use the JSON To Features tool. The most straightforward way to query a service in Python is using requests, which already comes with the ArcGIS Python installation. After querying the service you save a JSON file to your mahcine and ...


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ESRI is great software, but, yes, be prepared to shell out a pretty penny. ESRI is a lot more user friendly and, in my opinion, when it comes to pretty maps, ESRI is on top. That being said, there are a few open source solutions out there that can compare to ESRI software. Some are easier to learn than others and some have a bit a steep learning curve. I ...


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ArcMap makes use of .style files, where ArcGIS Pro makes use of .stylx files. They are not interchangeable between the two products. Although you can import a .style from ArcMap into ArcGIS Pro. There is also a .serverStyle file, that you guessed it, ArcGIS Server makes use of. I'm not 100% certain, but believe this file is only used in the ArcMap > ArcGIS ...


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r'C:\\Users\\xyz\\AppData\\Roaming\\ESRI\\Desktop10.6\\ArcCatalog\\arcgis on domain(xyz.in)(admin)' is incorrect. When using a raw string you don't use double backslashes. Try: con = r'C:\Users\xyz\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.6\ArcCatalog\arcgis on domain(xyz.in)(admin)' Also: workspace = r'C:\Users\xyz\Documents\ArcGIS' Finally: mapDoc = arcpy....


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