I have a model that iterates a process for each unique field value of [Type] field. The model aggregates polygons of a like Type, and at the end of the model a new field is created and populated with each unique [Type] for the aggregation using "%Value%" from the output of the iterator. These iterations are then appended and contained within a newly created feature class.
I would like to retain this attribution for each set of polygons(original [Type] value), but I would like to include another set of values to the iteration. That is, instead of iterating through each unique [Type] value, I would like to iterate through [Type] AND [Grouping]. The [Grouping] field is a simple Short field, containing only two unique values. Ideally, the aggregation would aggregate polygon clusters with like [Type] AND [Grouping] values, yet attribute the polygon with a single [Type] value, as well as a field with a [Grouping] value.
The problem that I am running into is that if i concatenate the two fields in before running the iterator based on the concatenated field, the value output is concatenated, and my "%Value%" output no longer is correct for populating the field at the end of the model. Is there a way that I can use an iterator to select [Type] AND [Grouping], yet call on the [Type] value of the selection to populate the field at the end of the model?
I can post images of the model if it would help. I'm using ArcGIS 10.