ESRI GRID Raster Import Error 160180

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billhcheese
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I cannot import an ESRI Grid File Raster Type into ArcGISPro. I am getting an error listed below:

ERROR 160180: The junction has invalid geometry (i.e., non-point or invalid location).
Failed to execute (CopyRaster).

 

As of now, I am importing the data using the Raster To Geodatabse Geoprocessing Tool. And then trying to map it from the Geodatabase.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

The raster data I'm trying to import is this data set from the United Nations http://www.fao.org/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=221072ae-2090-48a1-be6f-5a88f061431a

Thanks!

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JayantaPoddar
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I am sharing the file here. Just to ensure the downloaded data is fine.

Please download and extract it under a simple path (e.g. C:\MyProject\Data).

Try adding the data again. You may also reboot your machine, if the issue persists.



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JayantaPoddar
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Could you add the original raster to ArcGIS Pro, and right-click Raster Layer > Data > Export Raster.

Save the Raster in a Geodatabase.

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billhcheese
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I think I just want to add the ESRI Grid file to ArcGIS Pro first, but don't know how. How did you add it?

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JayantaPoddar
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In used the Add Data Option

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Could you confirm if you working on the "Aridity" Raster? This is how the zipped file looks for me (in Windows Explorer).

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billhcheese
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Yep! So I'm unzipping the aridity.zip file and using add data to select it shown in the screenshot below.

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When I select the aridity Raster Dataset I get the error below.

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JayantaPoddar
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I am sharing the file here. Just to ensure the downloaded data is fine.

Please download and extract it under a simple path (e.g. C:\MyProject\Data).

Try adding the data again. You may also reboot your machine, if the issue persists.



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billhcheese
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That worked! I think it was because there were space characters in my file path. Thank a lot Jayanta!!

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JayantaPoddar
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Here is a nice blog for you to read. How To Name Things In ArcGIS 

Cheers!



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