Available with Network Analyst license.
Upgrades the schema of the network dataset. Upgrading the network dataset allows the network dataset to make use of the new functionality available in the current software release.
This is a deprecated tool. To learn more about how this tool works, view the archived documentation. This functionality has been replaced by the Upgrade Dataset tool in the Geodatabase Administration toolset. Upgrade Dataset has the ability to upgrade network datasets as well as other types of datasets, such as parcel fabrics, to the current ArcGIS release.
Before the network dataset can be upgraded, the geodatabase must be upgraded to the current release using the Upgrade Geodatabase tool.
The network dataset to be upgraded. The network dataset must be a geodatabase-based network dataset.
|Network Dataset Layer|
Execute the tool using all the parameters.
import arcpy arcpy.env.workspace = "C:/Data/Socal.gdb" arcpy.UpgradeNetwork_na("Transportation/Streets_ND")
The following stand-alone Python script demonstrates how the UpgradeNetwork tool can be used to upgrade the schema of a network dataset.
# Name: UpgradeNetwork_Workflow.py # Description: Upgrades the schema of a network dataset by first upgrading the # geodatabase containing the network dataset and then upgrading the # network dataset. The network dataset is also built so that it can # be used to perform network analyses. # Requirements: Network Analyst Extension #Import system modules import arcpy from arcpy import env try: #Set environment settings env.workspace = "C:/data/RhodeIsland.gdb" env.overwriteOutput = True #Set local variables #inNetworkDataset = "Transportation/Streets_ND" inNetworkDataset = "RhodeIsland/RhodeIsland_ND" #Before upgrading the network dataset, upgrade the file GDB that contains #the network dataset arcpy.UpgradeGDB_management(env.workspace) #Upgrade the network dataset arcpy.UpgradeNetwork_na(inNetworkDataset) #The upgraded network dataset is not built. So build the network dataset arcpy.BuildNetwork_na(inNetworkDataset) print("Script completed successfully") except Exception as e: # If an error occurred, print line number and error message import traceback, sys tb = sys.exc_info() print("An error occurred on line %i" % tb.tb_lineno) print(str(e))
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