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Fixed with ESRI support. Took the bad rasters, put them in their own mosaic, then added that to the original. Don’t know why it happened, but oh well.
A few ideas: Check to make sure the coordinate systems on the 7 .jp2 files exist, defined and the same as the other raster datasets. Right-click layer > Properties > Source > Spatial Reference. Make sure the scale range is not set. You can access the layer Properties by right clicking the layer > Properties... > General.
I would set up the DDP using the pipeline as the ddp layer. In the Python script, iterate over the pages and check the data frame scale. Using some conditional logic, you can calculate what the scale for that map should be, and then export. Here is part of a script I have used in the past: import arcpy mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument(r"C:\MyMap.mxd") df = ...
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