Clip a Living Atlas raster layer

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HopeHauptman
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I want to clip this SSURGO soil hydrologic group layer https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=be2124509b064754875b8f0d6176cc4c

to a smaller layer in California for which I have a shapefile boundary. I am selecting the 'Clip Raster' tool but when I input the SSURGO raster layer I get the following error: 

Error 001491 Cannot process above the size limits of the image service: 'USA_Soils_Drainage_Class'. The allowed maximum number of rows and columns is 30000 and 30000 respectively. Please adjust the output extent and/or cellsize to fit within the limits.

I don't know how to proceed. How do you adjust the output extent? Is it not possible to clip Living Atlas layers to smaller sizes?  Thank you for any advice. 

 

 

 

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DanPatterson
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Each tool in arctoolbox has an Environments tab, you can set the cell size etc there in the raster section


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DanPatterson
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suggestions in this related thread

Solved: Best practices for Clipping data from Living atlas - Esri Community


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HopeHauptman
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Thank you - I tried the extract by mask tool as suggested and get the same error message regarding cell size. The error once again says Please adjust the output extent and/or cellsize to fit within the limits. Is there a tool to do this?

MichaelVolz
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Have you tried to log an incident with ESRI tech support to see if this is possible?  I would be interested in hearing how this goes as my org is trying to use more non-on premise services such as Soils instead of hosting the data on our servers, which gets stale over time.  

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HopeHauptman
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Good idea but I don't have the privileges to ask questions on ESRI support. 

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DanPatterson
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Each tool in arctoolbox has an Environments tab, you can set the cell size etc there in the raster section


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HopeHauptman
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Perfect this worked thank you much.

Also if you double-click on the larger raster in the portal you can then see the individual smaller rasters and those can be clipped. Both methods work. 

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PierreOlivierDebray
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Hi, I am having the same issue, however, I can't figure out how to apply the solution. I found the Environments tab you mentioned but I can't seem to find a way to set the cell size to a bigger size. Thank for your help.

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cat206
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I'm having the same issue and can't find where to set the cell size either

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Hope-Hauptman
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You could try the Geoprocessing tool 'Resample' which should work. 

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