Upgrades a product library schema.
A product library is a series of tables in a geodatabase that allows multiuser environments to centralize information and behavior for cartographic and digital data production. Production business rules, documents, and spatial information are stored inside the product library, allowing an organization to enforce and standardize production. Data model information, data validation rules, geographic extents, symbology rules, and map documents can all be managed inside the product library as examples of production business rules. A product library workspace is a required input for any product library-related workflow.
The Workspace for Product Library must be a geodatabase and contain a product library schema. This tool will upgrade it to the latest product library version.
Use a path to a connection file if Workspace for Product Database references an enterprise geodatabase. The user credentials in the connection file must have permission to create data in the workspace.
You can use a configuration keyword for file and enterprise geodatabases. Each geodatabase type and configuration supports different configuration keywords; however, personal geodatabases do not support keywords.
The workspace that will store the product library.
Database storage or configuration keyword. The default is Defaults.
UpgradeProductLibrary example (stand-alone script)
The following stand-alone script demonstrates how to use the UpgradeProductLibrary tool.
# Name: UpgradeProductLibrary_Example.py # Description: Upgrades a Product Library in an existing file geodatababase to the current schema. # Requirements: Production Mapping extension # import arcpy and checkout a Production Mapping license import arcpy arcpy.CheckOutExtension("foundation") #Set local variables productlibrary_workspace = "C:\\data\\productlibrary.gdb" database_config_keyword = "DEFAULTS" # upgrades a product library arcpy.UpgradeProductLibrary_production(productlibrary_workspace, database_config_keyword) print "Script completed successfully." # Check in the extension arcpy.CheckInExtension("foundation")
- Basic: No
- Standard: Requires Production Mapping
- Advanced: Requires Production Mapping