Do you have Data Reviewer issues that are driving you up the wall? Do you base weekly data quality on how well your enterprise-level QAQC process is functioning? Are you tired of the overall shortage of user comments/tips and lack of error message explanations or workarounds? Welcome to the Data Reviewer Support Group! The only user-driven discussion board devoted to getting into the nitty-gritty detail of working with Reviewer, direct from the pros that use it. The purposes: Data Reviewer discussion and platform for sharing resources and to resolve trouble. Take QAQC to the next level! Together we can help each other move ahead with Reviewer and set the stage for user approaches, solutions, and workflows. Let's do this.
I am trying to schedule the automation of a Data Reviewer batch job that I can run from a standalone script using task scheduler. My goal is to run a batch job nightly. When I run my script in the interactive python window in ArcMap everything works fine. However when I try to run the same script in IDLE I get this error: Traceback (most…(Show moreShow less)
I had the same issue, and I found that having the background geoprocessing 64-bit patch installed is not compatible with Data Reviewer Arcpy functions. My solution was to run Python routines with DR Arcpy functions from a machine that has 32-bit Python installed, not 64 bit. Background Geoprocessing (64-bit)—Help | ArcGIS Desktop
I just returned from a trip to Tucson Water where I helped Terri Bunting (GIS Supervisor) and Lorena Baltierrez (QA/QC Lead) implement ArcGIS Data Reviewer as part of their daily editing and quality control workflows. This was probably one of the most successful business trips I've made during my 25+ years at Esri. It all started out with a…(Show moreShow less)
In Data Reviewer Unique ID Check can be used to check if an attribute is unique in feature class. I have a requirement to create Data Reviewer batch job to check combination of more than one attributes in feature class is unique. City Street Madison Glenwood Ave Madison W Main St Sun Prairie E Main St Sun Prairie E Main St In above example…(Show moreShow less)
Thanks Michelle..! I implemented table to table attribute check. This check is good as long as both city and street fields are not null, if any one field is null or blank this check fails. City Street Madison Glenwood Ave Madison W Main St Sun Prairie SunPrairie <NULL> E Main St <NULL> E Main St As a work around, I created new filed with…
The easiest way to find out is to open Arctoolbox, expand the toolset and look to see if there is a 'lock' on any of the tools. See http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/latest/analyze/managing-tools-and-toolboxes/using-the-arctoolbox-window.htm for specific details. Normally, when you purchase an extension all tools are available and they should…