Level of comparison between projection files


The degree of similarity between input projection files required for tool execution. Use this option if you want to validate the input projections before running coverage tools.

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Command line syntax

An overview of the command line window

ProjectCompare <NONE | PARTIAL | FULL>


Parameters Explanation Datatype
<NONE | PARTIAL | FULL> The degree of similarity between input projection files required for tool execution. Use this option if you want to validate the input projections before running coverage tools.

  • NONE—Any combination of projection information will result in a match. Either all input projections can be UNKNOWN, or each input may have a different projection defined. This is the default.
  • PARTIAL—At least one projection file must be defined; the others can be UNKNOWN and will result in a match.
  • FULL—All projection information must be specified and identical in the projection file of each input data set.
String

Data types for geoprocessing tool parameters

Command line example

ProjectCompare FULL

Scripting syntax

An overview of scripting in geoprocessing

ProjectCompare (string)


Parameters Explanation Datatype
projectCompare (Required) The degree of similarity between input projection files required for tool execution. Use this option if you want to validate the input projections before running coverage tools.

  • NONE—Any combination of projection information will result in a match. Either all input projections can be UNKNOWN, or each input may have a different projection defined. This is the default.
  • PARTIAL—At least one projection file must be defined; the others can be UNKNOWN and will result in a match.
  • FULL—All projection information must be specified and identical in the projection file of each input data set.
String

Data types for geoprocessing tool parameters

Script example

import arcgisscripting
gp = arcgisscripting.create()

gp.workspace = "h:/workspace"
gp.ProjectCompare = "FULL"

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