The mosaic dataset where you want to apply the cache function.
An SQL expression to select specific raster datasets within the mosaic dataset on which you want the item cache built.
Enable editing on the Cache properties.
Choose to generate the cache files based on the properties defined in the Cached Raster function, such as the location and the compression of the cache.
Choose to overwrite the default location to save your cache. If the mosaic dataset is inside of a file geodatabase, by default, the cache is saved in a folder with the same name as the geodatabase and a .cache extension. If the mosaic dataset is inside of an enterprise geodatabase, by default, the cache will be saved inside of that geodatabase. Once created, the cache will always save to the same location. To save the cache to a different location, you need to first use the Repair Mosaic Dataset tool to specify a new location and run this tool again.
Once an item cache is created, regenerating an item cache to a different location is not possible by specifying a different cache path and rerunning this tool. It will still generate the item cache in the location where it was generated the first time. However, you can remove this function and insert a new one with the new path or use the Repair Mosaic Dataset tool to modify the cache path and run this tool to generate the item cache in a different location.
Choose how you want to compress your data for faster transmission.
Set a compression quality when using the lossy method. The compression quality value is between 1 and 100 percent, with 100 compressing the least.
Maximum Allowed Rows
Limit the size of the cache dataset by number of rows. If value is more than the number of rows in the dataset, the cache will not generate.
Maximum Allowed Columns
Limit the size of the cache dataset by number of columns. If value is more than the number of columns in the dataset, the cache will not generate.
Request Size Type
Resample the cache using one of these two methods:
Set a value to apply to the Request Size Type.
|Updated Mosaic Dataset|
The updated mosaic dataset.