HEC-GeoHMS BasinHeader Table missing

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07-27-2012 09:05 AM
MichaelHross
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I've been trying to prepare a HEC-GeoHMS model for input into HEC-HMS. When I attempt to do the "Map to HMS Units" I am able select the different layers for the respective options available, but when I hit okay an error message comes up saying "BasinHeader Table could not be found!" The respective length/area_HMS columns are added to the subbasin and river layers but all the values are Null.

Anyone know what is wrong? I've tried looking for the BasinHeader Table but have been unable to find it.
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MichaelHross
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I was able to solve my problem. The BasinHeader Table was being generated but not added to the map, so I had to manually add it to the dataframe and then select in under Data Management under Parameters.

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MichaelHross
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I was able to solve my problem. The BasinHeader Table was being generated but not added to the map, so I had to manually add it to the dataframe and then select in under Data Management under Parameters.

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AjayMore
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Hello Michael,
I am also not able to find the basin header table, can you please tell me where did you find it?

Thanks

Ajay
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galenhoogestraat
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FYI,
I've been getting the same error and it's starting to drive me nuts. I know where the BasinHeader table is, it's added to the map, I've opened it to verify that it's real, and I specified the location of it using the Data Management tool in the GeoHMS toolbar. Still get the same error every time, and as a result I need to manually input the geometry information in HEC-HMS. Kinda defeats the purpose of using the toolbar. 

So any updates from someone with a fix are still welcome.
Thanks

GH 12/12/2013

Using version 10.1
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EverettTaylor
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FYI,
I've been getting the same error and it's starting to drive me nuts. I know where the BasinHeader table is, it's added to the map, I've opened it to verify that it's real, and I specified the location of it using the Data Management tool in the GeoHMS toolbar. Still get the same error every time, and as a result I need to manually input the geometry information in HEC-HMS. Kinda defeats the purpose of using the toolbar. 

So any updates from someone with a fix are still welcome.
Thanks

GH 12/12/2013

Using version 10.1


I had to make sure that the BasinHeader Table was in the correct geodatabase which required moving the file in arc catalog then pulling the file over to my map.
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Juan_CamiloAcosta_Barragan
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Hello,

I did something that actually worked to me.

You should export the Basin Header to the Geodatabase that you are using. It could work

See you

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TalhaMahmood
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Dear All,

 I hope everyone is doing fine.

I am new to HEC-HMS. Everything went fine until map to Hec-Hms unit in Hecgeohms toolbar in arcgis 10.2.

the problem is whenever i click on map to HEC-HMS unit the problem pop up BasinHeader table could not be found. All tables are in main geodatabase. So I wanted to ask how i can solve this problem? Can I make basin header table on my own? Can some one share his basinheader table so I can follow on same lines. Or under hat name HEcgeohms create basin header table because Hecgeohms create lot of tables so can you guys tell me under which name it is so may be i can import it in arcmap manulay. pleases help me I will be thankful to you guys.

 

Thanks in Advance

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SheilaFrias
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Hi, I've done what Michael had suggested. But it still didn't work on the project that I am doing. Does anyone have another suggestion? Thanks.

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YuZhang
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Hi, i have done the same suggestions above, but problem is still there, have you solved your problem?Thanks.

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YuZhang
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It's 2018 guys... how are you doing? I am still facing with this same problem, has anyone been able to solve it? Thanks!

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