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Get a list of feature classes without setting env

Question asked by newjim on Aug 4, 2015
Latest reply on Aug 4, 2015 by blake.terhune

I would like to get a list of feature classes in multiple GDBs. This is inconvenient because I have to set env.workspace on each one in order to use ListFeatureClasses(). When I set the environment on the second GDB, I lose access to the feature classes in the first GDB.


Is there a way to get access to feature classes in each GDB without having to set the environment or use ListFeatureClasses()?