import arcpy
from arcpy import env
env.workspace = "C:/Temp/Python/test.gdb"
fc = "Parker_R6_Manhole_1"
pnt = arcpy.Point()
rows = arcpy.UpdateCursor(fc)
for row in rows:
pnt.X = row.GPS_X
pnt.Y = row.GPS_Y
row.shape = pnt
rows.updateRow(row)
del row, rows
import arcpy
from arcpy import env
env.overwriteOutput = True
env.workspace = r"C:\Temp\Python\test.gdb"
fc = "swManhole"
fc2 = "swGravityMain"
pnt = arcpy.Point()
# Move Manholes to GPS location
rows = arcpy.UpdateCursor(fc)
for row in rows:
pnt.X = row.POINT_X
pnt.Y = row.POINT_Y
row.shape = pnt
rows.updateRow(row)
del row, rows
# Convert Main endpoints to points feature class
arcpy.FeatureVerticesToPoints_management(fc2, "Main_EndPts", "END")
# Find all Main endpoints within 5 feet of manholes
arcpy.Near_analysis("Main_EndPts", fc, "5")
# Create a layer of all Main endpoints within 5 feet of manholes
lyr = arcpy.MakeFeatureLayer_management("Main_EndPts", "Main_EndPts_Lyr", "NEAR_DIST > 0")
list = []
# Append X & Y values of Main endpoints to list
rows = arcpy.SearchCursor(lyr)
for row in rows:
list.append(float(row.shape.centroid.X) + float(row.shape.centroid.Y))
del row, rows
OBJECTIDs = []
# Find OBJECTIDs of the Mains that need to be moved
rows = arcpy.SearchCursor(fc2)
for row in rows:
geom = row.shape
XY = float(geom.lastPoint.X) + float(geom.lastPoint.Y)
if XY in list:
OBJECTIDs.append(row.OBJECTID)
del row, rows
arcpy.Delete_management("Main_EndPts")
print OBJECTIDs
def update():
fc = r"C:\temp\python\test.gdb\Vehicle"
pnt = arcpy.Point()
rows = arcpy.UpdateCursor(fc)
for row in rows:
pnt.X = row.GPS_X
pnt.Y = row.GPS_Y
row.shape = pnt
rows.updateRow(row)
del row, rows
Hi Alan,
You can place the code within a function and execute it using the field calculator. Ex:def update():
fc = r"C:\temp\python\test.gdb\Vehicle"
pnt = arcpy.Point()
rows = arcpy.UpdateCursor(fc)
for row in rows:
pnt.X = row.GPS_X
pnt.Y = row.GPS_Y
row.shape = pnt
rows.updateRow(row)
del row, rows
Be sure that you have 'Python' checked at the top of the field calculator, and you will want to specify 'update()' under the Pre-logic script code dialog. Ex:
[ATTACH=CONFIG]33269[/ATTACH]
Alan and Jake,
The Python script works great, but unfortunately I have some Null Values in my GPS Data(we had to digitize some data). Is there any way to use the python script you provided and have it leave all Null or blank values alone? When I use the python script it will remove any points with no GPS data thus I'm losing points, any help would be appreciated thank you!