After upgrading my ArcGIS Pro to 2.3, the python environment I previously cloned and then modified stopped working because of the "version mismatch":
When I list the arcgis related packages I find the arcgispro package version is still 2.2, but the latest version should the be 2.3, and I believe that's why ArcGIS Pro reported "verion mismatch".
So I tried to install arcgispro 2.3 in my environment, but this seems not allowed, because there were conflicts.Please see below:
Since I have installed many other third-party packages, I don't want to give up my current environment until I run out of options.
I have cloned the default env of the new ArcGIS Pro 2.3, and successfully upgraded the ArcGIS Python API to 1.5.3, this re-assures that ArcGIS Python API 1.5.3 is compatible, it's the arcgispro 2.2 python package which is causing the problem.
Anyone has the same issue?
do you actually have ArcGIS Pro 2.2 and 2.3 installed?
2.3 comes with 1.5.2...
I just did a "dry-run" on updating ArcGIS 1.5.2 to 1.5.3 and this is the package plan.
I don't use the clone though, I just make updates to the "envs\arcgispro" environment.
(arcgispro-py3) C:\arc_pro\bin\Python\envs\arcgispro-py3>conda update arcgis --dry-run Fetching package metadata ............. Solving package specifications: . Package plan for installation in environment C:\arc_pro\bin\Python\envs\arcgispro-py3: The following packages will be UPDATED: arcgis: 1.5.2-py36hd5a64b8_2 esri --> 1.5.3-py36h66efe7d_1 esri ca-certificates: 2018.12.5-0 --> 2019.1.23-0 decorator: 4.3.0-py36_0 --> 4.3.2-py36_0 openpyxl: 2.5.12-py36_0 --> 2.5.14-py_0 pandas: 0.24.0-py36ha925a31_0 --> 0.24.1-py36ha925a31_0 parso: 0.3.1-py36_0 --> 0.3.2-py36_0 pip: 18.1-py36_0 --> 19.0.1-py36_0 prompt_toolkit: 2.0.7-py36_0 --> 2.0.8-py_0 pyopenssl: 18.0.0-py36_0 --> 19.0.0-py36_0 pytest: 4.1.1-py36_0 --> 4.2.0-py36_0 pyzmq: 17.1.2-py36hfa6e2cd_0 --> 17.1.2-py36ha925a31_2 setuptools: 40.6.3-py36_0 --> 40.7.3-py36_0 zeromq: 4.2.5-he025d50_1 --> 4.3.1-h33f27b4_3
Thank you Dan.
I upgraded to ArcGIS Pro 2.3.0.
and surprisingly, the ArcGIS Python API in my Pro 2.3 is 1.5.1 not 1.5.2.
The reason I cloned the environment to upgrade is the default environment doesn't allow modification. Please see the snipped screenshot below
The default environment is 'pinned' and can't be updated.
You can either clone, and change your working environment into the clone... or.
do what I do, use conda to update the default, but I am administrator on my computer.
So if you aren't the master of your environment, mess with the clone, or
I think the clone is to stop people calling when they foul up the default environment. By having a clone, the original is still there.
I can't have the extra baggage kicking around, and I haven't installed anything that has brought the house down.
Worst case scenario... uninstall all vestiges of Arc* and rerun the *.msi from the download to reinstall