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You are describing things that are actually handled in a couple of different ways in the network. First, one way (also known as direction of travel) is handled by a one way attribute for the network edge (the lines). You can get more info about that from my answer at Does OSM data contain the direction of travel? Next, when you talk about modeling ...


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Line direction is created by line draw direction, that is, how the line was originally imputed. i.e. from point a to point b, you then have a direction, if handled as a multi segment line the the individual nodes may all have different draw directions against the overall trend of the line. Modeled logical you could create oo rules for your data base that ...


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once you set the workspace to the feature dataset, you should be able to call the ListDatasets again with the 'Topology' feature type: so glomming onto the above code... for obj in gdb_objects: fd_path = os.path.join(path,obj) arcpy.env.workspace = fd_path #get a new workspace pointed to the fd fd_objects = arcpy.ListDatasets(wild_card=None, ...


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Anything beyond a 1:1 zoom level (and sometimes anything closer than 1:5, depends on the storage format and tolerance/resolution settings) will show strange draw behavior like this. Zooming in to 1:0.03, while I don't know what units you're using, is probably a bit excessive and no, those gaps probably aren't really there. See ...


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Some things to look in to Check that your SDE DB connection is using the GISADMIN credentials. Check that your Geometric Network was added to the SDE DB using the GISADMIN account.


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One trick I use for this situation is to reshape A to overlap B in a quick, rough manner, snapping to the edge/vertices of B I want to start/end on and using a few quick vertices in between. Then I select B and on the Editor dropdown choose Clip, and you can cut A using B. Note that this will cut everything overlapping B that is visible/editable, so it won't ...


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Yes - use these two editing tools together: Reshape Features The Reshape Feature tool lets you reshape a polygon by constructing a sketch over a selected feature. The feature takes the shape of the sketch from the first place the sketch intersects the feature to the last. Trace Tracing is a quick and accurate way of creating new segments ...


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I'm going to make a few assumptions about your data: Your roads are in one polyline feature class Your roads are topologically correct (lines touch at intersections) If so, you can create a topology and add a rule for "dangles". This will analyse your data for roads that do not touch other roads (i.e. cul-de-sacs, etc). Here are some links on ...


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The road goes over the bridge. In either scenario you describe, the network will fail/have gaps there with no connectivity. If the bridge is important, those segments should still be present in the road layer but as their own separate features. In such a case (really any case) you would not want a multipart feature on either end and in between. You either ...



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