I do not think this is possible in ModelBuilder.
But you could create a model that :
convert the line vertex to point
add XY (and if needed ZM) coordinate to the newly created point
select some of the point
Export a table with the coordinate you're after
How you process date time values is dependant on your database format. Here is a test model:
I use the Calculate Value tool to create a datetime object:
In the Select Layer by attribute tool the expression is:
dt > date '%dt%'
In a file geodatabase you need to place the word date before your quoted inline substitution variable.
This creates a ...
By adding file iterator and according to these steps and pnj attached you can do it.
1- file iterator
2 insert from KMLto layer tool
3 connect outputs of file iterator (file and name ) to "KMLto layer tool"
4- specify only output folder in KMLto layer tool
I found a solution to my own question. Using what @ycartwhelen posted, I added the Iterate Feature Selection iterator. From there, I added the Buffer Tool to create a little bit of excess around the site to account for any extra data. The buffer has its own extent. That buffer is fed through the Create Fishnet Tool as the Template Extent and Environment ...
I don't think it's possible for ArcGIS to produce a table without an OID column. Therefore, a solution/work-around would be to remove the OID column after it is created.
You can do this within the model itself by using a 'Calculate Value' item to run some Python code to remove the OID field after the export. (You can just ignore the output of the '...
The bulk of this answer is pulled from http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/tools/modelbuilder-toolbox/iterate-row-selection.htm
This only works in ModelBuilder (not in an arcpy script). It allows you to iterate through a selection of rows based on field values. If you don't select something to group by, then it goes through each row of your input table ...
When creating the fishnet set the Environment variables for that tool such that they match the input feature class (rather than the entire dataset). You'd want to use the Output Extent setting, with the "same as layer input_feature_class" option.
You could use the tool select by attribute with this query :
[FIELD_NAME] In (SELECT [FIELD_NAME] FROM [TABLE_NAME] GROUP BY [FIELD_NAME] HAVING Count(*)>1 )
Replace FIELD_NAME and TABLE_NAME as necessary.
Warning: The procedure outlined is not available for data stored in
file geodatabase or shapefile formats.
Documentation : https://support.esri....
In this case, in the Calculate Value tool...
The 'Code Block' field should be empty
The 'Expression' field should be: "%value%"[0:6]
(The expression should include the quotation marks.)
The 'Expression' is a simple one-liner Python expression that returns the result.
The 'Code Block' is an optional more complex Python script that will be ...