on February 21, 2023
Reproducing drag-n-drop for Feature Classes using ArcPy in ArcGIS ProGeographic Information Systems
How do I duplicate a feature class in ArcGIS Pro?
, follow these steps:
- In the Catalog pane, connect to the geodatabase or database that contains the feature dataset, feature class, or table you want to copy.
- Right-click the feature dataset, feature class, or table and click Copy .
- Right-click the geodatabase to which you want to copy the data.
- Click Paste .
How do I add data to a feature class in ArcGIS Pro?
Open the project
- Start ArcGIS Pro and sign in if necessary.
- On the start page, next to the list of recent projects, click Open another project.
- On the Open Project dialog box, under Portal , click ArcGIS Online .
- At the top of the dialog box, in the Search box, type Add data to a project and press the Enter key.
How to copy features from one feature class to another in ArcGIS Pro?
Copy selected features
- If necessary, click the tab at the top of the map and turn it dark blue to make it current.
- On the ribbon, click the Edit tab. In the Selection group, click Select. and select the features you want to copy.
- On the ribbon, click the Edit tab. In the Clipboard group, click Copy. or press Ctrl+C.
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