Cannot import FormAction from rasa_sdk.forms

I am not able to import the FormAction from rasa_sdk.forms. Below are my version: Rasa Version : 3.5.3 Minimum Compatible Version: 3.5.0 Rasa SDK Version : 3.5.0 Python Version : 3.8.16 Operating System : Windows-10-10.0.22621-SP0 Python Path : C:\Users\wdila\anaconda3\envs\chatbot\python.exe Also when I run rasa it gives below message: Deprecated API features detected! These feature(s) are not compatible with SQLAlchemy 2.0. To prevent incompatible upgrades prior to updating applications, ensure requirements files are pinned to “sqlalchemy<2.0”. Set environment variable SQLALCHEMY_WARN_20=1 to show all deprecation warnings. Set environment variable SQLALCHEMY_SILENCE_UBER_WARNING=1 to silence this message. (Background on SQLAlchemy 2.0 at: Error Messages — SQLAlchemy 2.0 Documentation)

It is possible that the FormAction class is not being imported due to an issue with your Python environment or the installation of the Rasa SDK. Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try:

Make sure that you have the latest version of the Rasa SDK installed. You can do this by running “pip install --upgrade rasa-sdk” in your command prompt or terminal.

Double-check that the “rasa_sdk.forms” module is included in your Python environment. You can check this by running “pip show rasa-sdk” and looking for the module in the list of installed files.

Try importing the FormAction class using the following syntax: “from rasa_sdk.forms import FormAction”. If this doesn’t work, try importing the entire “rasa_sdk” module first using “import rasa_sdk” and then importing FormAction from there.

If none of the above steps work, try creating a new virtual environment and installing Rasa and the Rasa SDK from scratch.

Regarding the warning message you are seeing when running Rasa, it is related to the use of deprecated API features with SQLAlchemy. You can follow the instructions in the message to prevent incompatible upgrades or silence the warning message.