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Missing Stage Utility Network tool in ArcGIS Pro 2.4.1

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08-21-2019 10:32 PM
IvoIhtimanski
New Contributor II

Hi,

 

I'm trying to use the tool ''Stage Utility Network'' but I cannot find it.

In ArcGIS Pro 2.3 I had no problems to use the tool. Now I’m using ArcGIS Pro 2.4.1 with untools version 2.4.1 and it’s missing from the toolbox.

Am I doing something wrong or it's by design?

 

Thanks,

Ivo

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PaulLeBlanc1
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If you run the following from the python window in Pro, what does it show?

import untools
untools.__version__
dir(arcpy.pt)

If StageUtilityNetwork shows up here, that means it is installed but is hidden from the UI. Not sure what could cause only this tool to do this...

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PaulLeBlanc1
Esri Regular Contributor

If you run the following from the python window in Pro, what does it show?

import untools
untools.__version__
dir(arcpy.pt)

If StageUtilityNetwork shows up here, that means it is installed but is hidden from the UI. Not sure what could cause only this tool to do this...

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IvoIhtimanski
New Contributor II

Thank you Paul! The mistake was mine I didn't choose a clone version in Project Environment.

Todd_Kesselring
New Contributor III

I am having a similar issue. All the UN tools show when I run the code in Python but none of the untools show in the user interface and I don't see the toolbox. I see a box called Utility Network Tools but the Stage Utility Network tool is not in it. Am I looking in the wrong place?:

import untools
untools.__version__
'3.1.1'
dir(arcpy.pt)
['AssetPackageToFileGeodatabase', 'AssetPackageToUtilityNetwork', 'AssignTerminalConnections', 'ChangeGDBSpatialReference', 'CreateConfigurationTable', 'CreateRenameTable', 'CreateUtilityNetworkAssociations', 'StageUtilityNetwork', 'UpgradeAssetPackage', 'UtilityNetworkToAssetPackage', '__alias__', '__all__', '__builtins__', '__cached__', '__doc__', '__file__', '__loader__', '__name__', '__package__', '__spec__', '_runner', 'utils']

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Todd_Kesselring
New Contributor III

I fixed this eventually. I switched from a virtual machine to installing ArcPro 3.1.1 on my own machine, deleted non-working Python cloned environments, creating a new cloned environment (all while running as administrator). Shut down, restarted, added untools. Restarted again and the tools were available in the interface.

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