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Change Z coordinates of vertexes by UpdateCursor

Question asked by yvo.weidmann on Nov 4, 2013
Latest reply on Nov 5, 2013 by xander_bakker
Dear list

I try to set the Z values of all vertex of individual lines by a fixed value / attribute. All vertex of a single geometry are getting the same value. Somehow I tried to set the values through the geometry object I retrieve from the cursor. But the values are not written back to the geodatabase.
updateRows = arcpy.UpdateCursor(targetLayer)     for updateRow in updateRows:         shapeObj = updateRow.getValue(shapeFieldName)         # Multipart geometries.         for partObj in shapeObj:             for pointObj in partObj:                 # Only valid points.                 if (pointObj != None):                     # Setting the values of the z cooridnates to a fixed value.                     pointObj.Z = 9999       updateRow.setValue(shapeFieldName, shapeObj)     updateRows.updateRow(updateRow)


I don't understand why the changed geometries are not written to the database. What would be the correct way to do it?

I am looking forward to any hint and ideas.

Best regards,
Yvo

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