I would have is to make sure you have the join fields indexed.
Also, where does the join table reside? Is it a CSV, a File Geodatabase table? If it's a File Geodatabase table, does it exist in the same File Geodatabase as the feature class?
Jake I am not sure if I have the join fields indexed. I don't really know what that is.How could I do it?
The join table resides in a folder in the form of a shapefile. In reality I am joining the table from a shapefile to a file geodatagase feature class.
Should I remove the join and add the join again after having moved the shapefile into the Geodatabase? Or moving the shapefile to the geodatabase with the join already done works? I am asking before I remove the joins of over 50 shapefiles 😕
Alright will try:
1. Removing the join for one File Geodatabase feature class
2. Then moving the shapefile inside the Geodatabase
3. Add Attribute Indexes to the two fields I am using to create the join. (The common field between the shapefile and the file geodatabase I using to create the join?)
Does that sound correct?