Hello everyone, How can I copy features ad attachments from one feature class to another feature class using Modelbuilder or Python arcpy. I tried to use the append tool but it only copies features and does not append attachments. Thanks
Making as a dedicated thread originated in comments here with @Duncan Hornby and @Curtis Price. Need: I have many sites each composed of one to over twenty rasters. They are sorted into folders by site (Atch: "Folder Structure"). I want to iterate through these sites as workspaces in order to mosaic rasters in each site. Output will be in a…(Show moreShow less)
This has been bugging me so I decided to take up the challenge. I set up pair of folders with files in them to test my model: +---wk1 | wk1f1.txt | wk1f2.txt | \---wk2 wk2f1.txt wk2f2.txt First, I created a model that iterates files for a workspace (get files) This model is then embedded in a second model that…
drag the tool into modelbuilder Add Field—Help | ArcGIS Desktop and just specify the parameters... if they are to remain the same, you just specify them once and they will be used again... obviously the field names must differ
I'm trying to copy a set of feature classes from one file geodatabase into another file geodatabase based on the value in an attribute field of a feature class (or a table) that is the reference footprint of the set of feature classes I would like to copy. The attribute holds the name/ID of the reference footprint polygon and it is also the feature class name for the feature class I'd like to copy. I've been iterating through the feature class of the reference footprint names and trying to copy feature class to feature class based on the output of this iteration without success. Anyone solved a similar problem of selecting and copying feature classes by name based on table of values? Suggestions?
Hi everyone, I'm making a model that basically selects the links that must change the value of one field, those links are selected by the proximity to the line feature, there are 108 line features thats why the iterator.my problem is: the value that I have to put in the field is contained in each of the 108 features lines, with the tool get field…(Show moreShow less)
Hi everyone, I'm making a model that basically selects the links that must change the value of one field, those links are selected by the proximity to the line feature, there are 108 line features thats why the iterator.
my problem is: the value that I have to put in the field is contained in each of the 108 features lines, with the tool get field I reach the value, but for some reason I don't know Calculate field tool do not recive the variable as a input, (only when the data type is variable or string it recives it, my value is double)
I have an ArcGIS Pro model that iterates through a series of folders(using a workspaces iterator), passes those folder names off to a new model that contains a raster iterator. I am having trouble passing the rasters found using the raster iterator to the Mosaic to New Raster Tool(in the original model). The Mosaic to New Raster tool, is not…(Show moreShow less)
Thanks Duncan, I will start a new thread for this. Your recommendation seems the most promising of the suggestions within my current knowledge set. I'm taking a class on Python starting next week and will get more into using it; until then, of all my experimenting I've had most success with model builder so I'll stick with that the rest of the…
I have a folder with many raster files in .nc format. I want to build a model to do some proccessing on each raster and finally export an excel file for each raster with the same name. The model screen shot is when I run the model its stopping with no result as picture shows: but the model work fine for one raster file. Is something…(Show moreShow less)
the 'name' oval is connected to the export to excel oval. you can't export a *nc file's name to excel. look at the example of an iterator here Example of using an iterator in a model—Help | ArcGIS Desktop
Hello, relatively new to Model Builder. Trying to create a temporary buffer that is used in a select by location. I want to display the temporary buffer as well as the selected features in an output map. Any suggestions?