Tools that honor the Output M Domain environment will generate output datasets with the specified measure domain (m-domain).
- Unlike x,y and z-domains, the m-domain of a feature class in a feature dataset is not constrained to match the feature dataset's m-domain. Feature classes created in a feature dataset will get their m-domain from the Output M Domain environment, not from the feature dataset.
- If the M Resolution environment is set as well as the Output M Domain environment, the resolution value is used in combination with the domain's minimum value.
- It is recommended that you use the M Resolution environment in conjunction with the Output M Domain environment to avoid creating a dataset with extremely small resolution value. Extremely small resolution values can cause poor performance of the software when the data is used.
- Same as Input—Use the m-domain from input data.
- As Specified Below—Use the following fields to specify the domain range:
- Min M—Minimum m-value
- Max M—Maximum m-value
arcpy.env.MDomain = "mMin mMax"
The minimum m-value.
Setting the m-domain to an empty string will default to using the m-domain from input data.
The maximum m-value.
import arcpy # Set the MResolution first arcpy.env.MResolution = 0.0001 # Then set the MDomain (only the origin will be used when the resolution is set) arcpy.env.MDomain = "0 10000000"