A relationship class is an object in a geodatabase that stores information about a relationship between two feature classes, between a feature class and a nonspatial table, or between two nonspatial tables

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Labeling one to many relationship class using ArcGIS for Desktop?

I’ve created a feature class with a one to many relationships to a table. One point many classes. However I want to label the point with the classes attributes. Esri wrote VB solution but it's ...
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Creating unique IDs for file geodatabase using ArcGIS for Desktop?

I use ArcEditor licence level, ArcGIS 10.0 version, and we're talking about a file geodatabase. I have several feature classes (electric energy domain) and I want to connect them using relationship ...
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How load data into file geodatabase tables with relationship classes to non simple data?

Further to my earlier question (Loading data into file geodatabase without rebuilding relationship classes manually?), is there any way to load data into GDB tables with relationship classes to ...
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Does arcpy have a method for accessing related records within a cursor?

I have a line feature class that represent sampling segments. I have a data table of field notes in the same Geodatabase that is connected to the feature class with a Relationship Class. Is there a ...
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Symbolising One-to-many relationships using ArcGIS Desktop?

I have a polygon feature class which has various extent areas with a name which is unique I also have a table (in a file geodatabase) that has the extent names with a score value. But there can be ...
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Does QGIS attribute edit form support “relationship” data?

Consider I have a geometry table having one-to-many relationship with a no-geometry table. When I create a feature (geometry), I would like to be able to add the relative no-geometry table data in the ...
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Using one-to-many relationship classe/tabl in ArcGIS Desktop for monitoring?

I have a water source feature class in my geodatabase that stores point locations and other non-changing information. I want to monitor these water sources year after year and keep track of the data ...
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Loading data into file geodatabase without rebuilding relationship classes manually?

I have a file geodatabase with a few M-N composite relationships classes. Every few weeks or months I need to load new data into GDB tables; for this I need to delete the relationship classes, load ...
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Creating join between feature class and table created with InMemoryWorkspaceFactory?

I'm trying to join a featureclass contained inside a pgdb with a table created with an InMemory Workspace. The in-memory table contains results that I want to use to define symbology on the ...
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Identifying Features With a Relationship Class

I have a feature class which represents points where vegetation clearing has occurred. I also have a table which has a list of vegetation species which were cleared at each location and the amount of ...
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One to Many / Many to Many

I have a sanitary sewer line feature class where each line has a unique identifier. I have a table that lists the date a line was cleaned. It may have been cleaned multiple times so I can have ...
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Communicate relation between two table

At this time, I'm able to create a relation (1:M) between two table or geometries. After, I user Identify tool to exploit the relation. It is only possible to use this feature when your Identify tool ...
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Interpolation with z-values taken from a related table

This is a follow-up question (organizing attribute table: multiple sets of variables per point). I am working with ArcGIS 10.1, advanced license. My aim was to build a points layer, each point being ...
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Importing values into n:m relationship class of geodatabase?

I have an m:n relationship class in an ArcGIS 10.0 Geodatabase. The values for the association table already exist in another table. I would now like to import this table into the ArcGIS ...