There has been a similar question asked as Apply formatting of symbols from ArcGIS Pro to ArcMap, and this may or may not be a duplicate of that.
There is a great deal of complexity available within the symbology of both the ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro applications of ArcGIS Desktop. With the architecture of ArcGIS Pro being about 20 years newer than that of ...
Everything in a model will loop as many times as an iterator, even tools not connected or upstream of the iterator. This simple example shows this:
The Add Field keeps running and failing.
A way of stopping tools executing is to provide a precondition and connect it to the tool, If it evaluates as False then the tool will not run, if True then it runs. You ...
For these cases, I prefer to use the Table to Table Tool in ArcGIS.
This allows you to specify the column type before importing into ArcGIS, so you would be able to specify the APN as a string/text. From there, you can perform any joins based on this output.
This occurs because:
Excel does not enforce field types for values during data entry as ...
Since your feature class is in GCS_WGS_1984, you don't need to specify any Coordinate System. Though, if you want to add coord_sys explicitly, you should use one of those:
EPSG code as string e.g. "4326"
EPSG code as integer e.g. 4326
# as string
arcpy.AddGeometryAttributes_management(parcel_feat, "POINT_X_Y_Z_M", "", "", "4326")
The only thing I can guess is that the coordinate system parameter needs to be a coordinate system data type. You're passing a string "GCS_WGS_1984", however, the documentation states that it should be a coordinate system instead.
Try modifying your code to declare coord_sys as follows:
coord_sys = arcpy.SpatialReference(4326)
The sample code in the ...
To exclude parts of your model being run, you'll want to pull those out of the model with the iterator, and into their OWN model. From that model you can call the model that makes use of an iterator.
This would be the model-in-a-model scenario.
The help outlines this here:
If an iterator is added to a model, all tools
in the model iterate for each ...
In Excel reload your file and export it in CSV format. Reload the CSV file in ArcMap. CSV files do wonders.
Also always remember that we are used to say Lat-Long, however from a mathematical point of view, I always say Long-Lat to remind myself that "Long is X" and "Lat is Y".
Open ArcCatalog and right click to the feature class. In feature extend you will find 4 corners coordinates, you can modify manually or you just click Recalculate and ArcCatalog will recalculate the extent depending the data.