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Raster Calculator "Merge" two Rasters - SyntaxError

Question asked by igf1979 on Apr 6, 2014
Latest reply on May 18, 2014 by luismunozd
Greetings guys,

first i must apologize for my english, i am no nativ speaker
I have a problem with the Raster Calculator in ArcGis 10.2.1 (ArcInfo)

Situation description:

I have two different Rasters ("basic_raster" and "damm").

The "basic_raster" contains the normal Environment with z values

The "damm" raster contains a damm with z values

I would like to add the "Z" value from the Damm Raster to the Environment Raster.
At the end it should looks like this picture but of course in one Raster

In the Forum they said i had to create a "condition" raster. To do that i used the reclassify funktion from the spatial Analyst to create "Reclass_damm" (check the picture).

87 = the infos i want to add to the other Raster (87meter is the height for the damm)
0 = ignor this areas, i want to keep the infos from the basic_raster

Next i started the Raster calculator and tried this command:

New_Raster = Con(condition > 0, "Reclass_damm", "basic_raster")

But something with the condition is wrong i get all the time this error:

Executing: RasterCalculator "New_Raster = con(condition > 0, "Reclass_damm" "basic_raster")" "E:\Master Thesis\Datenbank.mdb\New_Raster"
Start Time: Sun Apr 06 10:15:45 2014
New_Raster = con(condition > 0, Raster(r"Reclass_damm") Raster(r"basic_raster"))
ERROR 000539: Parsing error SyntaxError: invalid syntax (line 5)
Failed to execute (RasterCalculator).
Failed at Sun Apr 06 10:15:46 2014 (Elapsed Time: 0,55 seconds)

Maybe somebody out there who could help ?