When attempting to get a simple record count on 500+ processed features the GET COUNT tool works great as a quicker version of the SUMMERIZE tool, however it does not allow for a simple output to a table or a text file.
I assume that through major gyrations of a combo of tools, this can be made this happen but I at this point have found a half work around.
After the tools completion, I copy the results from the detail history pane into a text editor, delete the top few lines until I can run a macro that leaves me with:
run a macro to bring the count onto the same line as the filename:
filename.dbf count: 1000000
and it’s ready to bring into Excel using the “:” as a delimiter.
Admittedly I don’t know much python however I assume this all can be accomplished with a couple lines of code.
Keep in mind my processed features each have thousands to millions of records so the summarize tool takes "forever" vs my workaround takes 5 minutes.
So, I think a count output to table or text at the completion of the GET COUNT Tool is an idea whose time has come.
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