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Publishing Geoprocessing Service with In Memory workspace

Question asked by HandsomePete on Jun 5, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 8, 2020 by ngoorman

I'm using ArcMap and ArcServer 10.2.1

I'm trying to publish a tool to ArcGIS server (federated to a Portal).  The script uses the in_memory workspace to store temporary data, and when you Analyze the service when publishing, it returns a warning that it has to upload the in_memory workspace to the server because it's not registered with the server (we have a couple of geodatabases and folders registered with the server already).  I ignore the warning and publish the service and get an error when it tried to stage the service.  The error is "ERROR 001270: Consolidating the data failed."


From the documentation, the error normally has something to do with the paths to the data.  I think this error is bubbling up because the data doesn't exist anymore.


Shouldn't Arc "know" not to upload the in_memory workspace?  At the end of the script I clean them up and delete all the datasets in the in_memory workspace.  I'd appreciate any advice.