I'm following along with this sample notebook but the following input doesn't seem to produce any output on the map when I click on the map:
def do_analysis(m, g😞
ret = gptool.message_in_a_bottle(g, 150)
for geom in ret:
The gptool object is returning a 'NoneType':
TypeError Traceback (most recent call last) <ipython-input-24-a0a0d2de3044> in <module>() 1 ret = gptool.message_in_a_bottle(g,150) ----> 2 for geom in ret: 3 map.draw(geom) TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable
Any insight would be helpful (I'm a newbie to this API)
Providing a link to the sample notebook would be most helpful.
You have some indentation issues, but I am guessing those are copy & paste artifacts.
Your error message is informing you that your geoprocessing tool returned nothing. When you iterate over the list with a single None object, it generates an error when you try to draw it.
Try running this notebook and see if you can reproduce the problem - I'm following exactly as it's laid out in the sample:
I get an error at the very end, but different than your error when I click on the map in various locations:
TypeError Traceback (most recent call last)
TypeError: _handle_map_msg() takes 3 positional arguments but 4 were given
I just downloaded the sample/example Jupyter notebook from Github, and it generates the same error as when I manually type in the code. I will have to dig in a bit deeper.
UPDATE: I found the cause of the error for me, lines 327-329 of viz.py look like this:
def _handle_map_msg(self, _, content): #def _handle_map_msg(self, _, content, buffers): """Handle a msg from the front-end.
The code calling _handle_map_msg() is passing 4 arguments instead of 3. I will have to ask in the beta forums if the function definition is wrong or code calling it.
Heard back from Esri, the function is supposed to have 4 parameters, so one can just comment out the three parameter definition and uncomment the other one until Esri changes the code.