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Euclidean Distance Failed to execute. Error 000867

Question asked by rob.wardARC on Mar 19, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 12, 2019 by bkgelder@iastate.edu_ISUGISF

When trying to calculate the Euclidean Distance to Point features in ArcGIS Pro 2.3.1, I am suddenly receiving the following errors (only started happening today):

 

Euclidean Distance failed. 

Parameters
Input raster or feature source data Pm_nectar
Output distance raster C:\Test\EucDist_shp1
Maximum distance
Output cell size 25
Output direction raster
Distance Method PLANAR

 

Environments
Cell Size 25

Messages
Start Time: 19 March 2019 18:06:52
Failed to execute. Parameters are not valid.
ERROR 000867: Environment: contains invalid cell size or dataset.
Failed to execute (EucDistance).
Failed at 19 March 2019 18:06:52 (Elapsed Time: 0.06 seconds)

 

I have tried altering the output file extension, file path of both the source and output files (in both folders and geodatabases), altering the cell size, the coordinate system of the source point and output files  and the cell size project method to no avail. Comparably, running it in ArcMap 10.5.1 works without issue.
Any ideas?

 

Some details on the input point feature:

 

Data Type: Shapefile Feature Class

Geometry type: Point

Vertical Units: Meter

Spatial Reference:

Projected Coordinate System: British National Grid

Projection: Transverse Mercator

 

Many thanks,
Rob

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