The General toolset contains tools for performing general data management operations. The toolset contains tools for combining feature classes or tables; renaming, copying, or deleting datasets; finding or deleting duplicate or identical records; sorting records; and tools that enhance ModelBuilder functionality.
Analyzes Python scripts and custom geoprocessing tools and toolboxes for functionality that is not supported in ArcGIS Pro.
Appends multiple input datasets into an existing target dataset. Input datasets can be point, line, or polygon feature classes, tables, rasters, raster catalogs, annotation feature classes, or dimensions feature classes.
Calculate Value tool returns a value based on a specified Python expression.
Copies input data on disk and pastes the output to the same or another location. The data type of the input and output data element is identical.
Creates a view in a database based on an SQL expression.
Permanently deletes data from disk. All types of geographic data supported by ArcGIS, as well as toolboxes and workspaces (folders, geodatabases), can be deleted. If the specified item is a workspace, all contained items are also deleted.
Deletes records in a feature class or table which have identical values in a list of fields. If the field Shape is selected, feature geometries are compared.
Reports any records in a feature class or table that have identical values in a list of fields, and generates a table listing these identical records. If the field Shape is selected, feature geometries are compared.
Changes the name of a dataset. This includes a wide variety of data types, among them feature dataset, raster, table, and shapefile.
Combines multiple input datasets of the same data type into a single, new output dataset. This tool can combine point, line, or polygon feature classes or tables.
The Merge Branch tool merges two or more logical branches into a single output.
The Select Data tool selects data in a parent data element such as a folder, geodatabase, feature dataset, or coverage.
Reorders, in ascending or descending order, records in a feature class or table based on one or multiple fields. The reordered result is written to a new dataset.