The release notes for the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox are described below.
untools version 184.108.40.206
The April 2018 release includes the following changes:
- The untools now support database connection files using an Oracle network services configuration file (TNSNAMES.ORA) to connect to an enterprise geodatabase.
- Fixes for the Apply Asset Package tool
- Fixed a memory leak with the range domain.
- Added support for both partitioned and hierarchical domain networks when combined in the same asset package.
- A split/merge policy is now maintained for attribute domains.
untools version 220.127.116.11
The February 2018 release includes the following changes:
- Added validation in Apply Asset Package to check whether the asset package is in a folder that contains .gdb in its path.
- The Export Asset Package and Apply Asset Package geoprocessing tools now include domains assigned to inline network attributes.
- Relaxed field length restrictions in Apply Asset Package.
untools version 18.104.22.168
January 2018 was the first release of the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox. This toolbox extends the functionality of the ArcGIS Utility Network Management extension by providing tools to stage a utility network and import or export an asset package. An asset package represents a utility network dataset and its related feature classes. The asset package schema is stored in a file geodatabase to allow for easy manipulation and viewing.
The Utility Network Package Tools toolbox includes the following:
- Configuration instructions
- Tools for automating the creation and configuration of a utility network
- Tools for exporting a configuration of a utility network with or without data
- Asset package schema for modeling a utility network in a file geodatabase
- Validation of the utility network definition prior to applying an asset package to an enterprise geodatabase
To learn more about the advantages of using the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox, see Benefits of the Utility Network Package Tools.
Below is a known issue for the Utility Network Package Tools toolbox: