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A Geometric Network will do what you want. Geometric Networks do not require the Network Analyst extension Question: Is the Network Analyst extension required to build a geometric network? Answer: No, the Network Analyst extension is not required to build and edit a geometric network. Geometric Networks are available to create/edit with ...


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Derive end points of red Derive end points of yellow Nearest yellow point for each red point, with nearX,nearY XY points from nearXY. Merge with red ends Points to line using red I'd Merge with red and dissolve on red I'd. Should work if directions are towards each other


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With the Node tool selected, simply double-click on a line segment you want to add a node to


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You should be able to convert your feature class to a GRID using the elevation attribute, Feature to Raster in Toolbox. Cell size and projection should be the same as the GRID you want it to go into. Then add the grids together in Raster Calculator.


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Create buffer of any radius around your points and run this expression, using field calculator on field Shape, parser - Python: def makeRectangle(shp,H,W): hH=H/2;hW=W/2 pcX=shp.centroid.X pcY=shp.centroid.Y LL=arcpy.Point(pcX-hW,pcY-hH) UL=arcpy.Point(pcX-hW,pcY+hH) UR=arcpy.Point(pcX+hW,pcY+hH) LR=arcpy.Point(pcX+hW,pcY-hH) rectangle=arcpy....


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Actually I did find a round-about way to edit related tables on ArcGIS online. You can create a filter for the feature or features you wish to edit then run a field calculate on that particular feature. I used the OBJECTID field to select a particular feature and calculate values. I am sure with some smart programming in the JavaScript API this could be ...



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