Wednesday, May 30, 2018

[Code Snippet] How to a create user in arcgis portal with a custom role?

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Create a user or add member in ArcGIS portal with a custom role -

1. Get all custom roles from the portal, I presumed that the portal already has custom roles other than (org_user, org_publisher, org_admin)

from arcgis.gis import *
gis= GIS(portalUrl, userName, password)
allRoles = gis.users.roles.all(max_roles=50)

2. Create a User with Default Role

username="test"
password=''
firstname='test_name'
lastname='test_last'
email='test@test.com'
description = 'Test Account'
role = 'org_publisher'
provider = 'enterprise'
idp_username = 'test'
level = 2
thumbnail = None

newUser = gis.users.create(username, password,firstname,
               lastname, email, description, role, provider, 
               idp_username, level, thumbnail)


3. Update  the defualt role to Custom Role - Assign the role object not role name

#Assigning the first role out of many portal roles, as an example
status = newUser.update_role(role=allRoles[0]
print(status)

If role assigned success, the value of status will be True.


Reference:
https://developers.arcgis.com/python/guide/accessing-and-managing-users/

Friday, May 25, 2018

[Code Snippet] Find Custom Role of users that are in ArcGIS portal - ArcGIS

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from arcgis.gis import *

self.portalInfo = GIS(self.portalUrl, self.userName, self.password)

self.portalUsers = self.portalInfo.users.search('')

users = self.portalUsers

roleManager = arcgis.gis.RoleManager(self.portalInfo)

roles = roleManager.all()

for user in users:

if hasattr(user,'roleId'):

for role in roles:

if(user.roleId == role.role_id):

print(user.username,user.role,role.name)

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Code snippet: Get DateTime from UTC timestamp in ArcGIS Online

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 ArcGIS Online stores all date values in UTC.  A short snippet to convert UTC timestamp to DateTime using Python.

      from datetime import datetime

      utcTimeStamp = 1472218452855

      date = datetime.fromtimestamp(utcTimeStamp / 1e3)
      
      print(date)

output: 2016-08-26 09:34:12.855000

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

ArcGIS Pro, Conda, Jupyter, and ArcGIS for Python setup

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     B. Installation of Jupyter and ArcGIS for Python API can be done in two ways. 


1.       Using  ArcGIS Pro’s Python Package Manager Graphical User Interface ( uses Conda under the hood)
2.       Using Conda via Python Command Prompt

1. Using ArcGIS Pro's Python Pacakge Manager
 i.    Click About ArcGIS Pro

ii. Select packages you would like to install
 

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