I have a huge ol' model that's built to copy a bunch of data from one GDB into a different GDB and then delete two of the feature classes. If I build the model from scratch, it'll run fine the first time, but then encounters an error every subsequent time. The only way around this error is to manually re-input the data to be deleted every time. After the first time the model is run, the next time it will technically run but it skips the delete feature class step, even if it's a precondition for other steps. If I open the step, there's a
"Error: "000732: <value>: Dataset <value> does not exist or is not supported."
notice next to the data input. The data DOES exist, and I can manually re-select it from the folder.
Does anyone have an idea what could be causing this issue? I need the entire model to run automatically without user input, so I need it to be able to run every time without re-inputting the data to be deleted.
I've tried turning off background processing, I've tried running the model with or without the edit window open.
It will run but nothing will happen, with this message:
Executing (Delete Media Filter SMPs): Delete O:\GIS\ArcGIS_Pro\Planning\workspace.gdb\gswiMediaFilter # Start Time: Thu Feb 28 16:42:20 2019 The process did not execute because the precondition is false. Succeeded at Thu Feb 28 16:42:20 2019 (Elapsed Time: 0.00 seconds)