I am new to the arcpy. I searched the community and I didn't find the answer to the question.
I have problem with finding the intersection of two 3D polylines (each one with 2 vertex) with python in arcgis standard 10.5. Polylines are not in a .shp file, because they created using polyline1 = arcpy.polyline(...) so I can call them directly.
Using point = polyline1.intersect(polyline2 , 1) just create a multipoint class without anypoint in it.
I need the intersection point coordination (with z) as an answer
Also, I have problem with writing 3d polylines to .shp and .mdb files. after writing polylines to the file, the arcmap omit the z values and all the lines are horizontal.
So I really appriciate help with these 2 questions.
This is an example of the problems:
from os.path import expanduser
from os.path import join as joinadd
#2 below polylines obviously have intersection
#creating 3d polylines
#check for the intersection with disjoint
polytemp1.disjoint(polytemp2) #The answer is False, which means there is an intersection, but is disjoint check in 3D???? or just 2D????
#finding the point (3D)
pnt = polyline1.intersect(polyline2 , 1)
print 'newpoint' ,newpoint.pointCount, newpoint.type, newpoint.partCount #This shows that there is no point in the multipoint!!
#second question: writing a 3d polyline in a .shp file:
if not os.path.exists(homeadd):
cursor = arcpy.da.InsertCursor(polyline1add, ["SHAPE@"])
#now I have the .shp file, but the lines are 2D!!