In ArcPro 2.8 you can use the KML to Layer tool to convert a KMZ file to a Featureclass. Whilst the tool runs well it creates an unconventional field name of OID for the ObjectID field.
My idea is to simply standardise the output of this tool and ensure that the ObjectID field is called ObjectID. Most users (including myself) would be expecting to see this naming convention when output is created by a geoprocessing tool.
If you are developing model/scripting logic and suddenly a tool creates an unconventional name this can unhinge ones workflow. It's the same unnecessary irritation that I see sometimes with open source data formats when they decide to call the geometry field "geom"; when convention, certainly in the world of ESRI, it has always been called "Shape"...
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