Issues still with GeoEye data and the Mosaic Dataset?

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06-10-2015 12:09 PM
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I am on 10.3.1 (version 10.3.1.4959) and have been trying to create a Mosaic Dataset with GeoEye data. 

I get the following errors in ArcCatalog :

80042019: Could not build mosaic dataset item

8004203f: Could not open source as a raster dataset

80040213: Failed to open raster dataset

80040219: Could not build mosaic dataset item

I thought this was supposed to be fixed with the GeoEye metadata patch in 10.2 and in the 10.3 release?

Anyone have any success with alternatives on getting GeoEye data into a Mosaic Dataset?

Thanks.

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Try using one NITF first to the Raster Dataset followed by the remaining images...

When using commercial NITF imagery, such as Quickbird, GeoEye, IKONOS, WorldView-1, WorldView-2, or RapidEye, you will want to first ingest one image into the mosaic dataset using the NITF raster type. This will create a mosaic dataset using the NITF fields. Then use the sensor-specific raster type to add the remaining imagery. When the first image is added it will create the NITF fields, any subsequent additions of imagery will populate the fields accordingly.

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Hi James,

What is the format of the GeoEye data?

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The data is in NITF (*.ntf).

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Try using one NITF first to the Raster Dataset followed by the remaining images...

When using commercial NITF imagery, such as Quickbird, GeoEye, IKONOS, WorldView-1, WorldView-2, or RapidEye, you will want to first ingest one image into the mosaic dataset using the NITF raster type. This will create a mosaic dataset using the NITF fields. Then use the sensor-specific raster type to add the remaining imagery. When the first image is added it will create the NITF fields, any subsequent additions of imagery will populate the fields accordingly.

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Thanks. That worked for me.

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It did not work for me!!!  I have over 600 Worldview-2 images in one folder.  Some are 8 band and some panchromatic.  I created a mosaic for each.  I added one panchromatic image to the Pan mosaic and one MS to the MS mosaic as NTFs.   I then tried to add them using the WorldView-2 Raster Type customizing the raster type properties specific to panchromatic or multispectral and the images do not get added.  I'm using 10.3.1.4959

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