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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Create a raster from file geodatabase featureclass based on a field from a related table

I have a USDA Statsgo soil polygon featureclass stored in a file geodatabase along with an attribute table; I have a one-to-one relationship class defined based on the soil type field. When I bring ...
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Accessing data stored in related tables from a network dataset

According to ESRI's transit data model, this implementation, and several thesis papers, any non-spatial information (such as public transport schedules, employee info, trips etc) which is not stored ...
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Using IRelationshipClass

I have three feature classes [CircuitSource(A),CircuitBreaker(B),Sub-Station(C)]. In the Geodatabase A and B has a 1:1 relationship based on a primary field namely 'FEEDERID'. C and B has a 1:many ...
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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 ...
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How to split Relationship Class privileges between different users while maintaining referential integrity?

I am using a relationship class to maintain a one-to-many relationship between material sites (under Engineering's purview) and the material sites' sample status and content (under Materials' ...
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Maintain Relationship Class between Feature Class and Attribute Table after primary key attribute is changed

I have a File Geoedatabase Feature Class with Polygon features of agricultural LAND_PARCELS. Each land parcel has a unique PARCEL_ID. The land parcel Feature Class needs to be related to a table ...
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ArcGIS Server 10.0, Rest Service not showing relashionship class

It's the first time that I am using Relationship Classes for a web mapping project. Everything seems to be set-up properly, meaning I can get the related info out of ArcMap and ArcCatalog when ...
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Records in related table do not appear when using the 'Related Tables' button in attribute table

ArcMap 10 - Geodatabase with related tables & relationship classes. I've written a script that parses data between two databases. When I go into the attribute table of the point feature class and ...
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label based on related features

Esri's telecom data model has 2 geometric networks, one for infrastructure (manholes and conduits) and one for fiber cables. fiber cables are easily related to a section of conduit based on existing ...
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Work around to create feature-linked annotation from standard annotation?

I have one standard annotation feature class that I have used to label the contract names of 6 feature classes. I'm in a tough position where I've been asked to remove a few hundred records from about ...
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how to keep relationship between feature classes after intersection one of feature classes?

I have geodatabase with 3 feature classes. one of them is circuit polyline feature class and two polygon feature class. substation and division in geodatabase there is relationship between circuit ...
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Copying Features from One ArcMap window to another, without losing Related Tables

In our current workflow we are working in a Personal Geodatabase with few features and related tables , many persons will be working in different schemes. When we need to merge these schemes\Pgdb to ...
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Creating relationship class in ArcSDE?

I can not seem to create a relationship class in ArcSDE, or at least one that works. I am succseful in creating the class however ArcMap does not recongnize it (there are no related tables shown) and ...