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ArcGIS Pro has a short path-length limit for raster publishing?

Question asked by rsm_ddms on Sep 3, 2019
Latest reply on Sep 4, 2019 by rsm_ddms

We were trying to publish image services in ArcGIS Pro and are getting error messages that don't contain helpful information. The mosaic datasets that we are trying to publish as image services were successfully published as image services from ArcMap Desktop, but ArcGIS Pro was not having luck.

 

It turns out that ArcGIS Pro apparently has a shorter path-length tolerance. We copied our data to a folder up a few levels and were able to publish an image server.

 

However, we value our current folder structure and would like to keep it if at all possible. Moving imagery to satisfy ArcPro's constrained path length tolerance would be an enormous undertaking and would deny us the folder structure we have found useful.

 

Does anyone know what the maximum path length is for publishing rasters in ArcGIS Pro? Is this a setting that can be changed? We are in a bit of a pickle if we have to work with this new limit.

 

NOTE: This seems to apply to any publishing of rasters, even as map services.

 

Thanks,

 

Randy McGregor

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