Installing a dlpk file using arcgis.learn

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11-21-2021 05:54 AM
mehdihamdoune
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Hello everybody, 

I'm working on a deep learning project and I needed to use a trained model. But when i want to install it, an error shows up that i don't understand. 

RunTimeError : model should be created from a portal item or a portal url.

Can anyone explain me the error and tell me how to fix it ?

Thanks for your attention and for your help.

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MehdiPira1
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Hi @mehdihamdoune ,

It should work if you first add the dlpk file to Portal/AGOL from Content > Add Item then get it in your script via item id as follows:

detect_objects_model_package = gis.content.get(item_id)
detect_objects_model = Model(detect_objects_model_package)
detect_objects_model.install(gis=gis)

I hope that helps.

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mehdihamdoune
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MehdiPira1
Esri Contributor

Hi @mehdihamdoune ,

It should work if you first add the dlpk file to Portal/AGOL from Content > Add Item then get it in your script via item id as follows:

detect_objects_model_package = gis.content.get(item_id)
detect_objects_model = Model(detect_objects_model_package)
detect_objects_model.install(gis=gis)

I hope that helps.

Mehdi99
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Thank you for the response, it works.

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MehdiPira1
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Glad to hear that @Mehdi99 .

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Mehdi99
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Thank you for the response, it works.

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DanPatterson
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is it one of these tools?

Classify Pixels Using Deep Learning (Raster Analysis)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

The input model of this tool will only take a deep learning package (.dlpk) item from the portal.


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mehdihamdoune
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It isn't this tool, but similar to it. We're classifying 3D pointclouds.

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DanPatterson
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check the tool you are using, they have the restrictions listed in the tool's help topic


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