We have been performing well in 9.1 but am weary of migration to 9.2. We have set up a donor computer to undertake this task. Have installed the appropriate HEC-GeoRAS and ran it through its paces. Everything is fine until the floodplain delineation "failed to covert TIN to Grid" object or block variable not set. This occured with a .sdf exported from HEC RAS with data created in Hec GeoRAS for 9.2 and a .sdf from HEC RAS with data created in 9.1. So we killed that theory. Made sure the .mxd was saved to the projection of the terrain to be used. Checked to make sure spatial analyst is good to go. Everything that should be done to get the fp to generate was done, but no dice. Any insight is appreciated.
Also previously (ArcGIS 9.1)we used a document titled:
New installation procedures for water resources applications development by ESRI's Professional Services (water resources group) dated: 6/10/05.
This document made the process alot smoother than most people who didn't use it, everything worked. Anyway anyone know of a good installation procedure for 9.2 and water resource applications: ArcHydro, HEC-GeoRAS, and HEC-GeoHMS?