Could not analyze datasets DatabaseName.DataOwner.FeatureClass

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07-26-2018 05:33 PM
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ArcMap 10.6.1 and Pro 2.2.0

Error "Could not analyze datasets DatabaseName.DataOwner.FeatureClass.
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This occurs only on datasets that are using Esri Binary spatial type.
However, if the statistics are checked in the database they have been updated.

Seems to be a "false error"

Work around, use Geometry spatial type or use a different client to run Analyze Datasets tool.

Runs fine using ArcMap 10.5.0

BUG-000111714‌

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Hi Bill

I'm experiencing the same issue with 10.6.1. Were you able to find/register a bug report for this? The number you reference isn't returning a report. 

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Hi Phil,

That's the bug # and dialog esri support assigned to our support call.

You probably have to call in and ask to be added to that bug #

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Thanks for your reply. 

For reference: this error occurs when running Analyze Datasets on 10.6.1 when analyzing data with the esri spatial binary type on MSSQL 2008 R2 (10.50) or SQL Server 2014 SP2 (12.0.5553.0).

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Thanks for the info in this thread. I have experienced the same bug in this environment:

  • ArcMap 10.7
  • MS SQL Server 2017
  • Only happened on feature services with Esri binary spatial type, ones that have been converted to SQL Geometry type did not report the error
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I believe I may be experiencing a similar issue.  When our geodatabase and client (ArcMap) were at 10.5.1 (and windows server 2008R2), I could run the Analyze Datasets tool just fine.  But after we migrated to a new server (windows server 2019), and upgraded geodatabase and ArcMap to 10.7.1, I keep getting this error.

I can still run the Rebuild Indexes tool.  How do you figure out what kind of geometry type the database is using?

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