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Table to dBase output is "info" folder, not .dbf

Question asked by omrish on May 17, 2020
Latest reply on May 17, 2020 by bixb0012

I have a big (>500mb) .xyz file, which I want to import to my ArcGIS pro project. It has 3 columns and ~17 million rows.

Already converted to a text file and verified that it is read properly. I ran the "table to dBase" tool, the tool is reported to perform successfully, but:

1) output is not a dbf file, which I should be getting in order to display XY and Z data

2) instead, I am getting an "info" folder, which contains 4 files: DIR, DAT, NIT and XML. I see no optionality to import these into my project.

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