I'm looking for a tool, like Curves and Lines

that would work on polygon layer. At the moment I'm reshaping them feature by feature. Some notes about the data

  1. We use Oracle Enterprise Geodatabase (That's all I know, we outsource servers and DB management)
  2. Data originates from CAD (I was not there for the process, it was done before I came to work here, and it was outsourced)
  3. Each parcel boundary is covered by line features, and each line break is defined by a point (I use the tool mentioned above for fixing the lines)
    1. I have ArcGIS 10.3.1

I've tried Smooth (arcTool) and other tools provided, but since the output is a separate shapefile, it's not useful for me, I need to maintain each parcel attributes and no deleting/adding parcels is preferred because other uses are constantly working on the areas I'm fixing (other operations).

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The image shows how the parcel's curve is continuous vertices rather than being a true curve.

It doesn't have to be a tool, If there's an more secure and reliable way to fix this problem.

closed as unclear what you're asking by Vince, whyzar, mgri, Andre Silva, Mapperz Feb 20 '17 at 18:43

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  • I'm assuming that you are trying to round off the corner of a selected polygon. Is that green line a true curve or a vertexed curve? – PolyGeo Feb 19 '17 at 7:50
  • It's a vertexed curve, and at large number of polygons, causing to slowness on certain areas (while editing). – SeraZee Feb 19 '17 at 8:25
  • You can draw line, select it and split any polygon – FelixIP Feb 19 '17 at 8:50
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    Data is never "in ArcSDE". Please edit the question to specify the RDBMS in use and the geometry storage type within that database. You should also indicate how the CAD to GIS conversion was performed, and the version of ArcGIS in use. – Vince Feb 19 '17 at 12:26
  • I edited to the best of my knowledge. – SeraZee Feb 20 '17 at 12:18