A value table of rows that contain a dataset to extract and a filter option for that dataset. Specifying a filter option allows you to control how rows are replicated in each dataset. The following are filter options:
The workspace into which data will be extracted.
Specifies whether a geodatabase that contains the schema of the data to extract will be reused. This reduces the amount of time required to extract the data. This option is only supported for file geodatabases.
Filter Feature Layer
A feature layer with one selected feature used to limit the extent of the data that will be extracted.
Filter Spatial Relation
Specifies the spatial relationship between the Filter Feature Layer and Input Datasets parameter values and how that relationship will be filtered. The spatial relationship is applied to data in an extent defined by the area of interest (AOI) specified in the Filter Feature Layer parameter.
Specifies whether the data will be checked out, replicated, edited, and checked back in one time.
The name of the replica to check out.
Expand Feature Classes and Tables
Specifies whether expanded feature classes and tables—such as those in networks, topologies, or relationship classes—will be added.
Replicate Related Data
Specifies whether rows related to existing rows in the replica will be replicated. For example, consider a feature (f1) inside the replication filter and a related feature (f2) from another class outside the filter. Feature f2 is included in the replica if you choose to replicate related data.
Excluded Relationship Classes
The relationship classes with the relationships to exclude from extraction. The relationship classes will still be included if both datasets that participate are present but the related objects are not extracted.
An SQL expression that is used to further refine results from the AOI extraction.
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The updated target geodatabase.