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I want to create a Python Script for ArcGIS, using arcpy. The script would have several user input fields. I would like to create a table based on one or two of the user input (the path and name). I am trying :

import arcpy
import os
from arcpy import env
from arcpy.management import CreateFeatureclass
workspace = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(0)
poly = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(1)
poly_nou = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(2)
input_areas = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(3)
direction = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(4)


env.workspace = workspace
out_path = os.path.split(poly_nou)[0]
name =  os.path.split(poly_nou)[1]

arcpy.CreateTable(out_path, name)

I have set up the Script in ArcMap to look like this: 1. Workspace type 2. Feature class 3. Table 4 and 5 Strings

I want the script to read 3 (possibly also 1) and create a table.

I get the error:

Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Users\user\Documents\Proiecte\Python Toolbox\Divide_percentage.py", line 16, in arcpy.CreateTable(out_path, name) AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'CreateTable' Failed to execute (Script1).

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There are two ways to run a geoprocessing tool using Python.

  1. To use its corresponding function.

    arcpy.<toolname_toolboxalias>(parameters)
    
  2. To call the toolbox as a module and then the tool as a function. Geoprocessing tools are also available in modules that match the toolbox alias name. The syntax is as follows:

    arcpy.<toolboxalias>.<toolname>(parameters)
    

Since CreateTable table is in management toolbox, you should use one of the following lines:

arcpy.CreateTable_management(out_path, name)

# OR
arcpy.management.CreateTable(out_path, name)
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A classic case of time to read the help file! If you go to the Create Table tool, in fact any geoprocessing tools' help page, you see a syntax section and a code example of how to use the tool in python. Have a look at that then your line of code that creates the table, what is missing...?

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