Note: On UNIX, use ls to list the files under the coverage directory and rm to delete the msk.adf.
These files reduce processing time when rebuilding topology. You can rebuild topology without these files.
Increase the fuzzy tolerance by 1.5 times or decrease it by .25 times. Experiment with different fuzzy tolerance values until the error no longer occurs.
Use DESCRIBE to make sure the precision of the coverage is appropriate for the fuzzy tolerance. Small fuzzy tolerances that work well with double precision coverages may be inappropriate for a single precision coverage.
For MAPJOIN, the fuzzy tolerance may need to be set to the same value for all input coverages.
Label points very close to the edge of their polygons could shift out of the polygon during CLEAN. Use ARCEDIT to identify and fix label positioning errors. You can use NEAR to determine how close label points are to the edge of their polygons.
Arc: ARCEDIT Arcedit: EDIT probcov LABELS Arcedit: SELECT ALL 64 element(s) now selected Arcedit: PUT probtemp Arcedit: SAVE Arcedit: QUIT Arc: NEAR probtemp probcov LINE 700000 Arc: LIST probtemp.pat distance probcov#
For misalignment of MAPJOIN input coverages, verify the inputs have been edgematched. If they have not, choose the most 'spatially accurate' coverage as the LINK coverage and edgematch the less accurate coverages to it with the ARCEDIT ADJUST command. See the ArcDoc discussion for "Rubber sheeting and edgematching" in "Editing Coverages & Tables with ARCEDIT".
Note: Identify problem coverages for MAPJOIN by joining subsets of the input coverages. For example, if there are 12 coverages to join, first try joining 6 coverages. If MAPJOIN still fails, try joining only 2 coverages. Once the problem coverages are identified, anaylze them using the methods above.