Hello. I am relatively new to python. I am trying to iterate through all DWG polylines in a directory with multiple (hundreds) of subdirectories. I would like the code to skip any DWG files that it cannot open and continue iterating. The following code works fine, until it comes across any DWG files that are possibly corrupted. Python stalls and i cannot get it to throw an exception.I have isolated the problem to the arcpy.da.walk. I have tried multiple exception types. I am not sure how the onerror function call works in arcpy.da.walk (or even if this is an avenue of exploration). I am beyond frustrated and have done hours of research and cannot get anything to work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
import arcpy import os import sys from arcpy import env import pdb ##def WalkErr(onerror): ## try: ## import errno ## print errno ## if errno!=errno.ENOENT: raise ## ## elif errno == errno.EACCES: ## print filename,"cannot open" ## else: ## print errno ## print filename, "Not Found....Continuing" ## except: ## print "Something went wrong" WorkspaceRoot="W:/GIS_Scratch" env.workspace=WorkspaceRoot #List workspaces in root directory workspaces=arcpy.ListWorkspaces ("*","Folder") for workspace in workspaces: env.workspace=workspace print workspace #Find workspaces named Drawings workspaces1=arcpy.ListWorkspaces("*rawing*","Folder") print workspaces1 for workspaceNext in workspaces1: arcpy.env.workspace = workspaceNext print workspaceNext #start stepping through code # pdb.set_trace() # Walk through directory to find CAD polylines (Note: "CadDrawing" datatype does not return any polylines, so had to use "FeatureClass") try: for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in arcpy.da.Walk(workspaceNext,topdown=True, datatype='FeatureClass',onerror=None,type='Polyline'): try: print dirpath for filename in filenames: try: arcpy.env.workspace=filename desc = arcpy.Describe(dirpath) featureTest=(os.path.join(dirpath,filename)) print filename print featureTest print desc.extent.XMin filename.close except arcpy.ExecuteError: arcpy.AddError(arcpy.GetMessages()) except: arcpy.AddError("Non-tool error occurred") except OSError as e: print e.errno print e.filename print e.strerror continue except Exception as e: print "An error has occurred" print e continue except OSError as e: print e.errno print e.filename print e.strerror continue except Exception as e: print "An error has occurred" print e continue