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Construction a Geodatabase introduces you to geodatabase innovations and indicates find out how to use the ESRI(R) (R) ArcGIS&tm; machine products-- ArcInfo&tm; , ArcEditor&tm; , and ArcView(R) to enforce geographic database designs. even if you're uploading latest info or construction a brand new geodatabase from scratch, this ebook makes it effortless to discover a role and paintings during the steps to get it performed. you are going to how to: Migrate current geographic info right into a geodatabase.Create new function periods, characteristic facts units, and tables.Add habit for your positive factors by means of growing subtypes and validation rules.Create relationships among items on your geodatabase by way of growing courting periods and geometric networks.Design your geodatabase utilizing Unified Modeling Language, and create your geodatabase schema utilizing Computer-Aided software program Engineering tools.Create new gains and edit current good points with behaviors.Create and edit measurement beneficial properties to annotate your maps and drawings.Work with a versioned geodatabase. commence by way of following the quick-start instructional to get an outline of ways to create and edit a geodatabase, after which really create your first geodatabase. when you favor, leap correct in and test by yourself. when you've got questions, you will discover concise, step by step solutions inside of, absolutely illustrated, that can assist you whole a job.

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Click the privileges you want them to have. UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE will only be active if SELECT is checked. If you leave all options unchecked, the user will have all access privileges revoked. 5. Click Apply to enable the privileges. 2 3 4 5 55 Importing data IN THIS CHAPTER • Importing data into new feature classes and tables • Registering ArcSDE data with the geodatabase • Loading data into existing feature classes and tables • Copying data between geodatabases • Updating DBMS statistics 3 With ArcCatalog, you can import shapefiles, coverages, CAD data, and INFO and dBASE tables into a geodatabase.

20. Click the fields next to the grid size you want to specify and type the grid value to set the spatial index grid parameters for the feature class. 21. Click the field next to Contains Z values, click the dropdown arrow, and click Yes if you want the shapes in this feature class to store zvalues. 22. Click the field next to Contains M values, click the dropdown arrow, and click Yes if you want the shapes in this feature class to store mvalues. 23. Click Finish. prj file. See Also For examples of how to define new geographic and projected coordinate systems, see ‘Creating feature datasets’ in this chapter.

CREATING NEW ITEMS IN A GEODATABASE 10. Click the M Domain tab, if present. If your feature class does not store m-values, skip to step 12. 11. Type the minimum m-value and maximum m-value for the dataset, then type the precision required for the m-values. Q W 12. Click OK. 51 Creating indexes Once you have data in a table or feature class, you may want to create attribute indexes to make your queries faster. Spatial indexes increase the selection speed of graphical queries on spatial features.

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