Does ArcGIS 10 have a Geoprocessor Programming Model by using Arcpy? is it possible to use ArcGIS 9.3 Geoprocessor Programming Model within ArcGIS 10?
There is no version 10 Geoprocessor Programming Model. Some of 9.3's is applicable, but your best source is the online help for ArcPy and you will have to do a lot of scrolling and searching within there. The fundamental are similar, but the help documentation plus some examples on the Geoprocessing site are your best sources for now.
It depends what you call by "Geoprocessor Programming Model". If it means "PDF file with nice pictures officially provided by ESRI" then there is a NIMxxxxx about it and you know it will take some time.
Here is another way using pydoc:
C:\Dev\arc-py>set PATH=C:\Python26\ArcGIS10.0\Lib;%PATH% C:\Dev\arc-py>pydoc.py -w "C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Server10.0\arcpy" wrote _importable_modules.html wrote arceditor.html wrote arcengine.html wrote arcenginegeodb.html wrote arcinfo.html wrote arcpy.html wrote arcpy._base.html wrote arcpy._ga.html wrote arcpy._graph.html wrote arcpy._importable_modules.html wrote arcpy._management.html wrote arcpy._mapping.html wrote arcpy.analysis.html wrote arcpy.arc.html wrote arcpy.arcobjects.html no Python documentation found for 'arcpy.arcobjects._base' no Python documentation found for 'arcpy.arcobjects.arcobjectconversion' no Python documentation found for 'arcpy.arcobjects.arcobjects' no Python documentation found for 'arcpy.arcobjects.geometries' wrote arcpy.arcobjects.mixins.html wrote arcpy.ba.html wrote arcpy.cartography.html wrote arcpy.conversion.html wrote arcpy.ddd.html wrote arcpy.edit.html wrote arcpy.fabric.html wrote arcpy.ga.html wrote arcpy.geocoding.html wrote arcpy.geoprocessing.html wrote arcpy.geoprocessing._base.html wrote arcpy.interop.html wrote arcpy.lr.html wrote arcpy.management.html wrote arcpy.mapping.html wrote arcpy.md.html wrote arcpy.na.html wrote arcpy.sa.html wrote arcpy.sa.CompoundParameter.html wrote arcpy.sa.Functions.html wrote arcpy.sa.ParameterClasses.html wrote arcpy.sa.Utils.html wrote arcpy.schematics.html wrote arcpy.server.html wrote arcpy.stats.html wrote arcpy.ta.html wrote arcpy.toolbox.html wrote arcpy.toolbox_code.html wrote arcpy.utils.html wrote arcserver.html wrote arcview.html C:\Dev\arc-py>start arcpy.html
PS. See https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2199739/pydoc-fails-u nder-windows-and-python-2-6-4 why PATH-hack is needed.
I found this while doing a search for the same thing:
"An unofficial arcPy OMD has just been posted on the ArcGIS Forums. Just for a nice poster to hang on your wall.
The PDF for version 10 is available here: https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=fe43556c8fd94ddc9af5a07f4d515fbd