Copy Parcel Fabric (Parcel Fabric)

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Copies parcels from the input parcel fabric dataset or layer to a new parcel fabric.



CopyParcelFabric_fabric (in_parcels, output_parcels, {config_keyword})
ParameterExplanationData Type

The parcels to be copied to another parcel fabric.

Parcel Fabric Layer

The new parcel fabric to which the parcels will be copied. If the parcel fabric exists and you have chosen to overwrite the outputs of geoprocessing operations by setting arcpy.env.overwriteOutput to True, the existing parcel fabric will be overwritten with a new parcel fabric containing the copied parcels.

Parcel Fabric

Specifies the storage parameters (configuration) for parcel fabrics in file and ArcSDE geodatabases. Personal geodatabases do not use configuration keywords.

ArcSDE configuration keywords for ArcSDE Enterprise Edition are set up by your database administrator.


Code Sample

CopyParcelFabric example 1 (Python window)

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the CopyParcelFabric tool in immediate mode.

import arcpy
arcpy.env.workspace = "C:/data/OaklandCounty.gdb"
arcpy.CopyParcelFabric_fabric ("/Parceldata/ParcelFabric", "/SubdivisionData/SubdivisionFabric",)
CopyParcelFabric example 2 (stand-alone Python script)

The following Python script demonstrates how to use the CopyParcelFabric tool in a stand-alone script.

#Name: Copy 
# Description: Copies a smaller subset of a parcel fabric to a new parcel fabric.

# Import system modules
import arcpy
from arcpy import env

# Set workspace
env.workspace = "E:\City\LocalGovernment.gdb\ParcelEditing"

# Set local variables
in_data =  "Parcel_FabricSub"
out_data = " E:\County\LocalGovernment.gdb\ParcelEditing\Parcel_Fabric"

# Execute Copy Parcels
arcpy.CopyParcelFabric_fabric(in_data, out_data,)


This tool does not use any geoprocessing environments

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Licensing Information

ArcGIS for Desktop Basic: No
ArcGIS for Desktop Standard: Yes
ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced: Yes