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I have a table of 3,000+ lease files that I'm trying to join to our parcel layer. Each parcel has 4+ leases associated with it, and I need each to be represented by an actual polygon. When I do a traditional join it joins 1 to 1, so it shows 1 of the 4 leases and the others do not join at all. Is it possible to join 1 parcel to many leases and have each show up as an individual polygon? I'm using Arc 10.1.

Thanks in advance, Matt

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use the make query tool in data management.
arcgis resource center says it like this.
I just saw this 1:M tip on arcgis support website.
There does seem to be some other usable information here.
Quick tip to perform 1:Many join

  • Thank you Brad! I'd tried doing a spatial join, but it wouldn't work since only one of the tables was part of a feature class, but the Make Query Tool worked perfectly and just saved me days. Thanks again! – Majape Nov 15 '12 at 18:29

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