Problem with unique or stretch symbology raster in MMPK file

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03-16-2021 04:09 AM
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damirblagojevic
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Hi. I have a problem when I creating MMPK files with rasters, with unique or stretch symbology. In a my Mobile the raster with unique or stretch smbology appears as a black surface so that the bottom layer is not visible in fact the whole raster is black. I also tried to put the background layer of the raster as "no color" but I get the same result. MMPK are attached. Please help.

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JayantaPoddar
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Here is what I did.

1. Extracted the original MMPK.

2. Added the rasters to ArcGIS Pro Map View.

3. Reclassified values from 0 and 1 to 1 and 2 respectively. [Edit: Keep the background value (1) as NODATA]

4. Created Mobile Map Package again.

The Raster symbology doesn't reflect in the MMPK though. Not sure what the problem is.

In ArcGIS Pro (Raster layers)

Jayanta_Poddar_0-1615909130926.png

 

In ArcGIS Explorer (Revised MMPK)

Jayanta_Poddar_1-1615909424867.png

If Background Value reclassified to NODATA at Step 3.

Jayanta_Poddar_0-1615910663397.png

 

 



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DanPatterson
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Solved: Invert color scheme for stretched rasters in ArcGI... - Esri Community mentions stretched color scheme, don't know if it is the same issue


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JayantaPoddar
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Here is what I did.

1. Extracted the original MMPK.

2. Added the rasters to ArcGIS Pro Map View.

3. Reclassified values from 0 and 1 to 1 and 2 respectively. [Edit: Keep the background value (1) as NODATA]

4. Created Mobile Map Package again.

The Raster symbology doesn't reflect in the MMPK though. Not sure what the problem is.

In ArcGIS Pro (Raster layers)

Jayanta_Poddar_0-1615909130926.png

 

In ArcGIS Explorer (Revised MMPK)

Jayanta_Poddar_1-1615909424867.png

If Background Value reclassified to NODATA at Step 3.

Jayanta_Poddar_0-1615910663397.png

 

 



Think Location
damirblagojevic
New Contributor II

Thanks a lot!

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