I have recently concluded a city-wide water utitlity GPS survey.
within a geometric network, I've moved the source (pre-GPS) point features to their GPS positions.
where the old data was satisfactorily connected to the network on water lines, the vertex in the water line moved with the gps point as desired to maintain schematic connectivity.
The problem I have is that since only the coincident vertex of the water line moves, we sometimes end up with sharp angles where the water lines tee together at network junctions (ideally they should be at 90 deg) since those endpoints are not affected by the move. See screen shot below.
Part of the current work flow is to clean these up manually to make it look like the next screen shot.
This is a large and dense city, so rather than panning around every street to visually identify these targets for editing, is there a tool that can be used to identify intersecting angles so I can go right to trouble spots like these rather than looking over the whole project area?