Arcpy search cursor and update cursor to write values from table A to table B

I'm a python beginner.

I'm working with ArcGIS 10.2.2 and IDLE Python 2.7.5

I have two tables, table A (top) and table B.

I need to read the attributes for the A-table fields for the selected record and write the fields and their attributes to all rows of the B table. I need the same attribute information for each row the fields.

I'm working with something like this

with arcpy.da.UpdateCursor(fc2, field3) as cursor: for row in cursor: row[0] = 'Q' cursor.updateRow(row) with arcpy.da.UpdateCursor(fc2, field4) as ucursor: with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(fc2, field5) as scursor: for srow in scursor: sval = srow[0] urow = urow[0] = "0" + sval.replace("-", "") ucursor.updateRow(urow)

I have a function I call all the time for doing this, but first, you'll need a common field to join by. From the screenshot, looks like you have a one to many relationship between the fields with several road names ('{DEER HOLLOW WAY}{HUNTERS GLEN WAY}{HUNTERS GLEN WAY}') and those with single field names ('DEER HOLLOW WAY'). You'll want to make a field that you can use to match to the records in the second table. You may want to separate this out to a 1 to 1 relationship in a new table like this:

import os import arcpy def flattenTable(table, new_fc, read_field="STNAMES", new_field="JOIN_NAMES"): # make a copy of schema desc = arcpy.Describe(table) where = '{} < 0'.format(arcpy.AddFieldDelimiters(table, desc.OIDFieldName)) path, name = os.path.split(new_fc) arcpy.conversion.FeatureClassToFeatureClass(table, path, name, where) # add new field fields = ['[email protected]'] + [ for f in arcpy.ListFields(table) if f.type not in ('OID','Geometry')] f_index = fields.index(read_field), new_field, 'TEXT', field_length=100) # search and insert cursors used = [] with arcpy.da.InsertCursor(new_fc, fields + [new_field]) as irows: with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(table, fields) as rows: for r in rows: st_names = set(filter(None, map(lambda x: x.strip('}'), r[f_index].split('{')))) # make overlapping features to flat 1M to 1 to 1 relationship for st in st_names: if st not in used: irows.insertRow(r + (st,)) used += list(st_names) # supress duplicates return new_fc if __name__ == '__main__': table = r'C:Path	o_yourcreate_position.shp' new_fc = r'C:Path	o_yourcreate_position_1to1.shp' # change field variables if necessary # run it flattenTable(table, new_fc) #optional args for field names can be added

And finally, after you have added a common "join_field", you can call this function to add the fields. Be sure to change the variables under the__main__block appropriately.

import arcpy import os FIELD_TYPES = { 'Date':'DATE', 'String':'TEXT', 'Single':'FLOAT', 'Double':'DOUBLE', 'SmallInteger':'SHORT', 'Integer':'LONG', 'GUID':'GUID', 'Raster':'RASTER' } def CopyFields(source_table, in_field, join_table, join_key, join_values=[]): """ Copies field(s) from one table to another Required: source_table -- table in which to add new fields in_field -- a field that has common values to a field in the join_table. think of this as a "join_field" join_table -- table with fields to add to source_table join_key -- field to match values of the "in_field" join_values -- fields to add to source_table (list) """ def Message(msg): print msg arcpy.AddMessage(msg) # Get Catalog path (for feature layers and table views) cat_path = arcpy.Describe(source_table).catalogPath # Find out if source table is NULLABLE if not os.path.splitext(cat_path)[1] in ['.dbf','.shp']: nullable = 'NULLABLE' else: nullable = 'NON_NULLABLE' # Add fields to be copied update_fields = [] join_list = [f for f in arcpy.ListFields(join_table) if f.type not in('OID', 'Geometry')] for field in join_list: ftype = field.type name = length = field.length pres = field.precision scale = field.scale alias = field.aliasName domain = field.domain for fldb in join_values: if fldb == name: arcpy.AddField_management(source_table,name,FIELD_TYPES[ftype], pres, scale, length, alias, nullable,", domain) Message("Added '%s' field to "%s"" %(name, os.path.basename(source_table))) update_fields.insert(join_values.index(fldb), name.encode('utf-8')) # update new fields # # Create Dictionary with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(join_table, [join_key] + join_values) as srows: path_dict = {r[0]: r[1:] for r in srows} # Update Cursor with arcpy.da.UpdateCursor(source_table, [in_field] + update_fields) as urows: for row in urows: if row[0] in path_dict: try: row[1:] = path_dict[row[0]] urows.updateRow(row) except: continue Message('Fields in "%s" updated successfully' %(os.path.basename(source_table))) return update_fields if __name__ == '__main__': target_table = r'C:Path	o_your	argetTable.shp' target_join_field = 'SOME_FIELD' # need to calculate this join_table = r'C:Path	o_yourjoinTable.shp' join_field = 'SOME_FIELD' # need to calculate this add_fields = ['QUADNAME', 'MAPNUM', 'EAM_STATUS', 'EAM_POSITION_ID'] #fields from join table to add # run it CopyFields(target_table, target_join_field, join_table, join_field, add_fields)