I am using ArcPro v2.7.1 and tried CalculateField on a hosted feature layer which I created and is in my AGOL content. I added it to ArcPro and then tried to Calculate Field on a null column.
160231: Geodatabase System Tables not found.
ArcGIS Pro 2.7 | Other versions
No geodatabase system tables were found.
There is no documented solution at this time.
It calculated 22,404 records out of 71,282 total in the hosted feature layer, before erroring out.
Has this happened to anyone else? Does anyone know if this is a known bug?
What was the calculation being done? I have had a field calculation fail partway through for a variety of reasons, but it's hard to say without knowing what your data looks like and what you're doing with it.
For the test that failed a third of the way through, it was a simple 'Test'...
Input Table: TongassNFWaterXing_COPY
Field Name (Existing or New): FishPresence
Expression Type: ARCADE
Updated Input Table: TongassNFWaterXing_COPY
Field Type: TEXT
Field Name: FishPresence
Alias: Fish Presence
Data Type: Text
Allow Null: True
Perhaps some sort of memory leak? But I would think 70K records would not be too big to handle... we have layers with far more features than this point layer and this was a simple text expression.
Hi @ChristalHigdon_USFS ,
I wish I had a solution to share or explanation, but I am also commonly getting the ERROR 160231 error in python scripts and also now just running the cell within an ArcGIS Pro Notebook. In the table I have there is only ~1000 records. It is very frustrating though as these scripts are commonly getting errors like "Internal server error. (status code 500) and other 5xx errors that I need to try and catch so the scripts can actually complete what I've tried to set up.
Are other folks commonly getting the status code 5xx errors as well? I get these commonly on the office network in addition to at home.