Building a Geodatabase: ArcGIS 9 by ESRI Press

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Development a Geodatabase introduces you to geodatabase techniques and indicates the way to use the ESRI(R) (R) ArcGIS&tm; machine products-- ArcInfo&tm; , ArcEditor&tm; , and ArcView(R) to enforce geographic database designs. no matter if you're uploading current facts or development a brand new geodatabase from scratch, this e-book makes it effortless to discover a job and paintings during the steps to get it performed. you are going to how to: Migrate present geographic facts right into a geodatabase.Create new function periods, function information units, and tables.Add habit on your positive aspects by way of growing subtypes and validation rules.Create relationships among items on your geodatabase by way of growing dating sessions and geometric networks.Design your geodatabase utilizing Unified Modeling Language, and create your geodatabase schema utilizing Computer-Aided software program Engineering tools.Create new positive aspects and edit present beneficial properties with behaviors.Create and edit measurement positive factors to annotate your maps and drawings.Work with a versioned geodatabase. commence by means of following the quick-start educational to get an outline of ways to create and edit a geodatabase, after which really create your first geodatabase. if you happen to favor, bounce correct in and scan by yourself. in case you have questions, you will discover concise, step by step solutions inside of, absolutely illustrated, that will help you entire a job.

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However, you might choose to store your tables in another DBMS such as Oracle or dBASE. When this is done, the data types between ArcGIS and your DBMS might not match directly. The types are matched to the closest data type available in the DBMS. This process is referred to as data type mapping. In this process, it is possible that the values will be stored in the DBMS as a different type, applying different criteria to the data attribute. To learn more about the data type mapping process with your database management system, see the Configuration and Tuning Guide for PDF file.

Point to New. 3 3. Click Feature Class. 4. Type a name for the feature class. To create an alias for this feature class, type the alias. 5. Specify the type of features the feature class will contain. Click Next. u 4 5 See Also For details about using configuration keywords with ArcSDE, see the ArcSDE Configuration and Tuning Guide for PDF file. CREATING NEW ITEMS IN A GEODATABASE 45 Tip Using another feature class as a template When creating a new feature class, you can use another feature class as a template.

4. Delete the spatial index first if there is one. If there is no spatial index, skip to step 6. 5. Click Delete. 6. Click Add. 6 5 7. Type new index parameters if you do not want to use the ones already in the settings for this feature class. 8. Click OK. 9. Click OK to build the spatial index and close the property page. 9 7 8 54 BUILDING A GEODATABASE Granting and revoking privileges 1. Right-click the item or items in the ArcCatalog tree for which you want to grant privileges. If you want to let other database users view and/or modify the contents of any items, you must grant them the privilege to do so.

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