I am working with ArcGIS Pro 2.9.2. I have several linear and polygon features with different domains. I would need these features to share a vertex (node) when they intersect. I have generated a database containing points that specify where there are a missing shared vertex. The problem is that this database contains like 9000 "errors". For example, if a road intersects a built-up area, both there vertices need to be snapped together. Where it gets even more complicated (I think), is that sometimes 4 or 5 features intersect and that they can have different domains. For example, a building (polygon) intersects a wood area (pg) and crop land (pg). Basically, I am trying to find a way to generate missing vertices by batch between intersecting features (+- 300 possible features).

I have tried to create some topology rules but I can't manage to find how to work with vertices. I have also tried different tools such as snap or intersect. I have tried to define some snapping rules and the align edges tool, unfortunately all in vain.

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