wesley.king

Python and related tables

Discussion created by wesley.king on Jun 28, 2014
Latest reply on Jun 30, 2014 by csny490
Hi Everyone,
I'm relatively new using Python and I can't seem to find any good information on what I'm attempting to do.  Thanks in advance if you have any tips.

Set up:
I have 3 tables; A (spatial) B (non-spatial) and C (non-spatial).  A is related to B and B is related to C.  All are in a file geodatabase and relationship classes have been built.  I would like to select features from A and traverse through B and ultimately work with the data in C.  In ArcMap I would select features in A, open related table B, then open related table C...and do what I need to do.  I would smile, pat myself on the back and go to sleep feeling satisfied :)  But I want to do this using Python and can't seem to figure out how, other than creating a list using a search cursor to store the unique values in A then using that list and another search cursor on B to create another list, and then do the same on C.  It seems there must be a more efficient way to do this in Python.

Thanks,
Wes

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