Error Trapping: ArcHydro LongestFlowPath

Discussion created by Playa on May 20, 2013
Latest reply on Jun 12, 2013 by Playa
I've a very large model where I'm processing 650 watersheds. My model is failing when trying to generate the longest flow paths for the 650 watersheds. I would like to trap the individual watersheds that are causing the longest flow path to fail, report the hydroID and continue the the rest of the watersheds at least. I can always go back to look at the watersheds that throw an exception to see whats causing the the tool to fail.

import arcpy, ArcHydroTools
watshed = r'E:\Projects\H109355_2\ArcHydro\Model3\Nigeria03.gdb\Layers\Watershed'
fdr = r'E:\Projects\H109355_2\Archydro\GRID\layers.gdb\Fdr'

I've tried the following approach, but over write output doesn't work:

import arcpy, ArcHydroTools
outpath = arcpy.env.workspace = r'E:\Projects\H109355_2\ArcHydro\Model3\Nigeria03.gdb\Layers'
arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True
fdr = r'E:\Projects\H109355_2\ArcHydro\GRID\Layers.gdb\Fdr'
watshed = "Watershed"
with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(watshed,("Name",)) as scur:
    for row in scur:
        cuindex = row[0]
        sqlexp = """{0} = '{1}'""".format(arcpy.AddFieldDelimiters(watshed,"Name"),cuindex)
        watshedind = arcpy.FeatureClassToFeatureClass_conversion(watshed,outpath,"watshed",sqlexp)
            longflowpath1 = ArcHydroTools.LongestFlowPath(watshedind,fdr,"in_memory\longestflowpath")
            print cuindex

Any help will be appreciated.