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Imposing New Projection on Multiple Shapefiles using ArcPy?

You just need to include the root path with the shapefile "file" name. os.walk returns the root and then either the directory or file for every element in each folder - meaning that for each file ...
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SelectLayerByLocation_management gives ERROR 000368: Invalid input data?

The Make Feature Layer tool needs two parameter values, and you are only supplying one. MakeFeatureLayer_management (in_features, out_layer, {where_clause}, {workspace}, {field_info}) Try replacing: ...
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Creating selection in stand-alone ArcPy script?

You cant create a feature layer on disk, it is stored in memory only. Change: sortedftr = 'C:/Users/srcha/Desktop/Cluster_Analysis/output/Ld_Play_extra_sort_ftr.shp' To: sortedftr = 'sortedftr_lyr'...
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Running models outside of ArcGIS Pro

Your model has a lot of what looks to be LAYER input parameters. Meaning the input to the tools have come from the ToC inside Pro. When you run the model outside of Pro (ie. using python at command ...
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ERROR 000732 - Dataset * does not exist or is not supported Failed to execute (CopyFeatures)

You were almost there...you need to select the layer from the map document and then use that as the source for the CopyFeatures. e.g. # Export Layer Data arcpy.mapping.MapDocument(r"P:\ \ \*2021....
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Looping in folders subfolders not working using Arcpy

Your fc variable's value is the name of the file (shapefile), but does not include the path to the file, so the system does not know where the feature class is. This may be fine for feature classes ...
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Sublayers do not exist or are not supported in the geoprocessing tool?

As @MichaelMiles-Stimson has mentioned, you can get around this by removing the space in the group layer name. However as you have mentioned that you have several MXDs and layers already set up, it ...
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Debugging FeatureClassToFeatureClass giving ERROR 000732?

Try changing: arcpy.env.workspace = "D:\Users\ShawnO\Desktop\PythonExercizes\Parcel_Ownership_update_model\Parcels.gdb" inFeatures = "D:\Users\ShawnO\Desktop\PythonExercizes\...
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Input unsupported or doesn't exist in MakeFeatureLayer()

To expand on @GetSpatial's comment, if your Contacts is a Table and not a Feature Class, you will get the 000732 error Con‌​tacts does not exist or is not supported Failed to execute (MakeFeatureLayer)...
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Referencing Enterprise Geodatabase feature classes from ArcPy with ArcGIS Pro

It seems as you cannot use this shortcut any longer. When the Database Connections special folder is dragged into the Python window in ArcMap, you get: r'C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\...
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ERROR 000732: Output Location: Dataset results does not exist or is not supported?

Your workspace is missing the r before the path or you can replace one backslash \ with two backslashes \\ or you can replace the backslash \ with a forward slash /. You can adjust your code based on ...
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Arcpy.mapping Select by Location problem

If you look at the arguments of arcpy.SelectLayerByLocation_management, which is SelectLayerByLocation_management (in_layer, {overlap_type}, {select_features}, {search_distance}, {selection_type}, {...
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Raster multiplication script not executing

You're inputting your variables as string. Try without the quotes. outRas = Raster(in_raster1) * Raster(in_raster2) * Raster(in_raster3)
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Problem with layer name

You have not set the LayerName correctly. At the moment, LayerName is only the name of the dataset. Its it not the full path to the dataset. You need to identify the actual layer object when using ...
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Exporting NDVI as .TIF using ArcPy?

This should be the correct syntax: NDVI_1.save("C:/Users/KJanus/Desktop/Intro_ArcGIS/RasterData_Lab6/NDVI.tif")
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ArcGIS10.5.1 Data Merge error: 000732

Use ListFeatureClasses with a wildcard: Lists the feature classes in the workspace, limited by name, feature type, and optional feature dataset You dont need to worry about other files since ...
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Copying shapefile then making feature layer using ArcPy gives ERROR 000732?

To do this I would use Copy instead of CopyFeatures because it: Makes a copy of the input data. The code that you presented does not have enough detail to be certain what went wrong with it but a ...
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Raster calculator ERROR000732, python scripter

The path slashes are being interpreted as escape characters, use one of the following path slash formats instead: raster1 = "C:/Users/Elisa/... raster1 = r"C:\Users\Elisa\... raster1 = "C:\\Users\\...
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Error in reprojecting raster from WGS 84 to GDA 94

You seem to be using the Project tool which is for vector data. You need to use the Project Raster tool which is for rasters.
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Exporting to Excel gives ERROR 000732?

Try adding r to the path: arcpy.env.workspace =r"C:\Users\pierrej\Desktop\GIS Data" or the backslashes may be interpreted as escape characters. Correct syntax for Table to Excel is: ...
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Importing from CSV and changing projection using ArcPy?

I guess Michael Stimson is suggesting to do something like: for x in filestoo: if x.endswith('shp'): # Determine the new output feature class path and name outfc = os....
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Rotating polygons by value from attribute table using ArcPy?

Create a function to rotate points then use the da.UpdateCursor to update the geometry for each polygon. Code below will modify your data so backup before you try it: import arcpy, math fc = 'aPoly' ...
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If statement not moving to else: when false?

Try moving line 7 rasy=arcpy.sa.Raster(os.path.join(workspace2, trial)) into the if statement. It looks like this is being called on a non-existent .tif and will fail, causing the script to error ...
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Checking to see if database is there and delete if so using ArcPy?

Your script is a bit inconsistent in how it refers to the fGDB. Sometimes by full path, sometimes just using the database name alone. To avoid this inconsistency, as well as to avoid errors due to ...
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Using ArcPy to Generate Near Table in memory

You need to get rid of the directory as well as the file extension. import os import arcpy import pandas as pd filein = [ r'D:\mypath\test1.shp', r'D:\mypath\test2.shp', ] for f in filein: ...
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Spatial join features from different geodatabases

As per @Vince's comment, you need to fully qualify the paths to your feature classes by prepending the appropriate path the to file geodatabase they come from. For example, by using a list ...
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Using RasterCalculator in ArcGIS Pro ModelBuilder gives ERROR 000539

What is happening is that the Raster Calculator is trying to subtract one complete raster from another. It believes you have supplied a new raster named "%Value%" which evaluates to a raster ...
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Raster division using ArcPy

When you do: arcpy.env.workspace = r"C:\Users\giser\Desktop\test1" raster_list1 = arcpy.ListRasters("*") arcpy.env.workspace = r"C:\Users\giser\Desktop\test2" No rasters ...
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ERROR 000732 - Dataset * does not exist or is not supported Failed to execute (CopyFeatures)

Running code in the python console often has different behaviour than running it as a standalone script. When you're using the console, you're running it in the context of the ArcMap session that you'...
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"ERROR 000732: Input Features Does Not Exist Or Is Not Supported" when attempting MakeFeatureLayer

This is the relevant code to your error: groundWaterFC = "KY_WaterWells_Springs" arcpy.MakeFeatureLayer_management(groundWaterFC, "groundWaterFeatureLayer") If you are inside ...
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