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Your cursor is returning a row object. If you look at the syntax section of the help file for the Polygon to Raster tool what do you see as the input data type? You need to supply the actual geometry (the polygon). You are using the older SLOWER cursor. Consider editing your code to use the cursor from the da module. There are plenty examples in the help and ...


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This can be done with a simple model. Make sure the input to the iterator is the full path name to the raster catalog rather than the layer name from ArcMap. Also tick the recursive check box. Use in-line substitution to pass the raster name out.


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Specific instructions then would be to right-click the layer in the table of contents and go to "Properties". Then choose the "Labels" tab. Check the box to "Label Features in this layer" and choose your "Subname" field as your "Label Field". Change the Font using the options under "Text Symbol".


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I actually found it! Extract by Attribute (Spatial Analysis). Drag raster layer to input, and tell the "Where Clause" "Count" = 1 then click OK. Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy! BTW, I typed in Select Raster in the search bar. Hope this helps others!!


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I am using 10.2 but had no issues clipping your TIN. Your polygon is not a 3D feature so you may have incorrectly set the Height Field parameter which by default is, in this case, set to iD - this will force to clip the TIN at that height which is 0. Set the Height Field to NONE and run it again: The resulting TIN will be clipped as follows:



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