Grid INT output cells are all NODATA


Input to the INT function must be within the range of -2,147,483,583.0 to 2,147,483,583.0 (note: the range of createable floating point values is +/- 2,147,483,520.0). The output is all NODATA when the input exceeds this range.

The error message returned is:

All cells in grid mygrid have NODATA value
VAT will not be built

There are two solutions to handle this situation.


The range of allowed input values to the INT function is to be kept within the supported range of integer values.

Solution or Workaround

  • Use the Grid functions SLICE or RECLASS to reclassify the input grid to values that fall within the supported range.
  • Adjust your analyses such that conversion to integer format is not necessary.

Article ID:000002439

  • Legacy Products
  • ArcMap 8 x

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