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I have a problem with annotation In an Enterprise Geodatabase.

In the database I have:

  1. parcelle : a geometry table that contain polygons
  2. personne : a table contain parcel's owners
  3. pll_personne : is the relationship (n,n) between the (1) & (2)

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How do I display parcels with annotation Name of their owners (see picture)?

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If you are storing your data in PostgreSQL your best bet is probably using a query layer. You should be able to define a query that joins Personne and Parcelle table through pll_parcelle and includes the names of the parcelle and owner. You can then join this table to your Parcelle layer to use in labeling.

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  • one parcel has more than one owner so i can create a table that has columns (id_pll,owners) and in onwners i will put data like this (owner1 concat owner2 ).....the problem is it will be in one line (owner1 owner2 owner3).
    – Mounaim
    Commented Oct 3, 2013 at 15:53
  • When you are concatenating the owner names you could try putting a carriage return or new line character between each owner name.
    – dblanchett
    Commented Oct 3, 2013 at 21:22
  • do you think it will be saved in database with the return to new line ?
    – Mounaim
    Commented Oct 4, 2013 at 14:00
  • Sorry I'm not sure what you are asking, but you should be able to save the concatenated names separated with carriage returns although I am not familiar with PostGres
    – dblanchett
    Commented Oct 7, 2013 at 13:40

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