I am new to arcgis python, i am in learning stage, i have one taluk boundary feature class which has 200 polygon features. And i have line feature class with 2500 features.
My question is how do i clip these line feature class one by one using python script?
For example i have to take one taluk boundary and clip it and display the message "This is the taluk for this line feature" like this. Please help me
You could use existing tools...
Union or intersect your polygons to the lines then use the Split tool (Analysis toolbox).
Or you could use python the read each poly geometry and clip the lines each time.
something like this :
with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(polyFc, ["SHAPE@"]) as Cur: for row in Cur: pGeom = row arcpy.Clip_analysis(lineFc, pGeom, output) etc.....
You will need to setvariables polyFc & lineFc to points to some data. And set output.
How did you flesh out Neil's ..etc... part? You didn't include your code sample to show how you cycled through the polygon shapes to do the intersect and then the split?
You probably need to look at the Intersect—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop tool, but do you really need to clip each feature on it's own? Once you have intersected the line features with the polygon features, you can assign the polygon attributes to the line features. Unless the line feature class is dynamic and you need to repeat the process frequently. What is the rule for when the line feature intersects with more than one polygon?