The result references a tool that is no longer valid. Invalid tools will show an invalid tool symbol , invalid script , or invalid model . The tool either cannot be opened or does not exist. Some causes of this error include
- A model might be using an invalid tool or may use another model that cannot be found or is invalid.
- If the tool is a custom tool built by a third-party developer, the tool may not exist in a toolbox, may have a problem with the tool's implementation, or it may not have been registered appropriately at the time of sharing.
For steps to repair an invalid model tool, see Repairing a model.
Solutions for custom tools include
- Register, or reregister, the tool.
- Ensure the tool is implemented and functions properly.