The path to the geodatabase.
Starting at ArcGIS Pro 1.4, mosaic datasets created in Oracle, PostgreSQL, or SQL Server geodatabases will be created with the new RASTER_STORAGE keyword called RASTERBLOB. The RASTERBLOB keyword implements an efficient transfer of the mosaic dataset catalog items to the DBMS.
Mosaic datasets created with RASTERBLOB cannot be opened with earlier versions of the software. If you want to create mosaic datasets that are backward compatible with earlier versions, you will need to alter the configuration keyword for RASTER_STORAGE to one of the following compatible keywords:
Mosaic Dataset Name
The name of the mosaic dataset you are creating.
The coordinate system for all of the items in the mosaic dataset.
Number of Bands
The number of bands the raster datasets will have in the mosaic dataset.
Set the bit depth, or radiometric resolution, of the mosaic dataset. If not defined, it will be taken from the first raster dataset.
Select a template that is either specific to the type of imagery you are working with or is generic. The generic options include the standard raster data types as follows:
Product Band Definitions
Edit Product Definition by adjusting the wavelength ranges, changing the band order, and adding new bands.
|Output Mosaic Dataset|
The updated mosaic dataset.