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Customer Derived Trade Areas Tool: The row contains a bad value.

Question asked by tyschwartz on Mar 10, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 10, 2016 by tyschwartz

Hello community,

 

I am trying to run the Customer Derived Trade Areas tool using the Business Analyst toolset.  Basically, I am trying to create a ring which contains 75% of the customer points around a given store location.  Simple to do.. usually.

 

I am getting the following error when I attempt to run the tool:

 

ERROR 080002: Failed to write results.;

Function: CConvexHullBuilder::Start;

 

Can't insert feature.;

Function: CConvexHullBuilder::WriteResult;

 

The row contains a bad value. [AREA_ID]

Failed to execute (Customer Derived Trade Areas).

 

The problem is, neither of my input features contains an [AREA_ID] field, so there is no way I can check to see what the "bad value" is because no such field exists in my input features.

 

The only thing I can think of is that there are fields in my input features that are used to create [AREA_ID] in the new output feature class, that have bad values. Unfortunately I dont know what those fields are, or why I am getting this error.

 

I have attached screenshots of the results window, of my model, and both of my input FC field names (showing there is no [AREA_ID] field in either of these). I am running ArcMap Desktop Basic 10.3.1. Any ideas?

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