I have a python script that corrects ALL CAPS into sentence case (Lets call it "SentCase.py" in this example) and includes a list of exceptions specific to my local area (I.E. "NAS THISCITY" becomes "NAS Thiscity" and not "Nas thiscity", etc).
I want to call SentCase.py from another python script that will step through 20+ feature classes and use SentCase to correct a "Notes" field in each.
What I have is some form of this, but (as you might have guessed already) it fails. The message I receive is "NameError: name 'subsmade' is not defined".
arcpy.env.workspace = CGIntegrationsde featClasses = arcpy.ListFeatureClasses('*Spatial*ET','','') for fc in featClasses: arcpy.management.CalculateField(fc,'Notes','subsmade(!Notes!)','PYTHON3', 'import SentCase.subsmade')
SentCase.py is in the same directory as the called python script and I have tried to import SentCase into the calling script. Also "subsmade" is a function in SentCase.py. It is the only function in SentCase.py as a matter of fact.
Any help would be appreciated.
Sorry for the short lived post, but I solved it....
I was using incorrect syntax. The syntax should have been:
arcpy.management.CalculateField(fc,'Notes','SentenceCase.subsmade(!Notes!)','PYTHON3', 'import SentenceCase')