I have one SHP file containing polygons that describe splitlines in rows and cols. I'd like to use this to split an existing dataset of a few hundred SHPs containing tree positioning data. The extends of the tree SHP files do not match those of the split SHP. It is therefore likely that contents from various SHPs will (should) be written in one of the split tiles SHPs.
Problem now is that the split tool overwrites previously created SHPs when when moving on to new iterations of the tree SHPs.
"Collect Values" doesn't work as the resulting files are named by the split field attribute which I can't pull from the split tool.
Same applies for inline variables as described here. Since I cannot pull the name of the created SHPs from the split tool.
I also checked Geoprocessing options and overwrite is turned off.
Any ideas how to avoid the split tool to overwrite duplicates?