The geodatabase development task follows the standard procedure to develop the geodatabase of this project. This includes proper creation of feature datasets, feature classes, create domains and setting proper spatial reference system (Fig. 1). Figure 1: Schema of the geodatabase of this project
Copies input data from one location and pastes it to another location. You can copy entire feature datasets or individual feature classes and tables. Usage tips. The input and the output of Copy will be the same data type. Therefore, if the input type is a shapefile, the output type will also be shapefile.
User attributes are custom attributes that hold domain information about a feature, such as parcel_identifier, owner_name, and date_surveyed. User attributes are always part of the feature no matter which format they are stored in, and hence persist when translating from one format to another.
Here are a few common cases. Make a simple copy of a geodatabase, for example, to copy a file geodatabase. Make a copy of a geodatabase from one type to another, for example, to copy an enterprise geodatabase to a file geodatabase. Users need to make replica copies to use in version-based workflows and replication scenarios.
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