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Field calculation with multi-row sub-queries?

Question asked by zygote on Nov 16, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 27, 2017 by bixb0012

I have two tables:

 

 

The top table LP2016Q2_PRP17_adj has the field NEAREST_PRP that needs to be updated with the values held in the pr_id field of PRP17_dis. The related fields here are PRP17_dis.OBJECTID  = LP2016Q2_PRP_adj.NEAR_FID (green arrows).

 

A simple table join in ArcMap isn't working as there are multiple destination rows for NEAREST_PRP for every single pr_id row entry (orange arrow). For example, when PRP17_dis.pr_id = '0002' (one row), LP2106Q2_PRP17_adj.NEAR_FID = 1 has 9,422 corresponding rows that need the '0002' value. 

 

I don't know how to approach this table update issue as it appears to require iterating through multi-row sub-queries. Given that the top table is large (6.13 million rows) I'd like to know if anyone can advise me on how to use arcpy or another approach to solve this? Any help would be most appreciated.

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