The tools help move subsets of tiles between caches.Exporting and importing caches can be useful when several organizations collaborate to build one large cache or when an organization with a large cache wants to share some of its tiles with another organization.The one I have seen the most is an extension is needed for Arc GIS server to created a cache from it.
When I have been creating caches from SID files the caches have built successfully without any problems.
I have done some reading and come across a few potential different issues it could be.
Manage Map Server Cache Tiles_server(server, service, data Frame, input Layers, scales, update Mode, extent, thread Count, antialiasing, path To Feature Class, ignore Status) while result.status It's important to use the correct syntax for all the input parameters.
You can find instructions and examples for each parameter of each tool in the Geoprocessing Tool Reference book of the Arc GIS Desktop Help.
For example, here is the reference topic for the You can save your script as a Python script file (.py).
Double-clicking the script in Windows Explorer will cause the script to run.For more information on scheduling tasks, see the following resources: toolbox with Arc GIS Server 9.2, you'll notice some changes in versions 9.3 and beyond.Some tools from Arc GIS Server 9.2 have been deprecated.It also describes migration of older scripts from Arc GIS Server 9.2 to later versions.If you'll be building many map caches to use in your organization, it's recommended that you use the same tiling scheme for each.This is useful for testing, but in most cases, you'll want to schedule the script to run automatically on a regular basis.