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Edit Raster Function not working in MDCS

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05-20-2023 12:12 AM
MoritzHackenberg
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I have a python script tool that calls a MDCS. For some reason the edit raster function does not work anymore. I can apply it with the GUI tool and it works. I have tested with other TIFs. It actually worked before, but I cannot remember what I have changed.

extract from config file:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Application>
  <Name>Amberg1Demo</Name>
  <Command>CM+SP+AR+ERF</Command>
  <Workspace>
    <WorkspacePath>C:\Users\Hackenberg\Documents\ArcGIS\Projects\MyProject3</WorkspacePath>
    <Geodatabase>Amberg</Geodatabase>
    <MosaicDataset>
      <MosaicDatasetType>Source</MosaicDatasetType>
      <Name>Amberg1</Name>
      <SRS>25832</SRS>
      <num_bands>1</num_bands>
      <pixel_type>8_BIT_UNSIGNED</pixel_type>

      <DefaultProperties>
				<allowed_compressions>LZ77;None</allowed_compressions>
				<default_compression_type>LZ77</default_compression_type>
				<resampling_type>NEAREST</resampling_type>
				<clip_to_footprints>CLIP</clip_to_footprints>
				<clip_to_boundary>CLIP</clip_to_boundary>
				<footprints_may_contain_nodata>FOOTPRINTS_DO_NOT_CONTAIN_NODATA</footprints_may_contain_nodata>
				<allowed_mosaic_methods>NorthWest;None</allowed_mosaic_methods>
				<default_mosaic_method>NorthWest</default_mosaic_method>
				<cell_size>5</cell_size>
				<metadata_level>BASIC</metadata_level>
				<data_source_type>THEMATIC</data_source_type>
				<max_num_of_download_items>200</max_num_of_download_items>
				<minimum_pixel_contribution>50</minimum_pixel_contribution>
			</DefaultProperties>

      <AddRasters>
        <AddRaster>
          <dataset_id>Amberg</dataset_id>
          <raster_type>Raster Dataset</raster_type>
          <Sources>
            <data_path>D:\Praktikanten\Hackenberg_Moritz\DTK-Workflow-test\2022-11-24</data_path>
          </Sources>
          <filter>*col.tif</filter>
          <sub_folder>SUBFOLDERS</sub_folder>
					<duplicate_items_action>OVERWRITE_DUPLICATES</duplicate_items_action>
        </AddRaster>
      </AddRasters>
      <Processes>
        <EditRasterFunction>
            <edit_mosaic_dataset_item>EDIT_MOSAIC_DATASET</edit_mosaic_dataset_item>
            <edit_options>INSERT</edit_options>
            <function_chain_definition>DTK-colormap_PQS1.0.rft.xml</function_chain_definition>
            <location_function_name>Mosaic Function</location_function_name>
				</EditRasterFunction>
      </Processes>
    </MosaicDataset>
  </Workspace>
</Application>

 

 

Does it maybe have to do with the order of the commands?

The python toolbox only calls the MDCS:

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import MDCS
MDCS.main(2, ["x", r"-i:C:\Users\Hackenberg\Downloads\mdcs-py-master\mdcs-py-master\Parameter\Config\Amberg1.xml"])

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DanPatterson
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Anything in the source documentation that is applicable?

Mosaic Dataset Configuration Script


... sort of retired...
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