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ArcGIS for Water Utilities includes a set of freely available maps, apps, and services to support the needs of water utilities.

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Water level contour mapping of reservoir in ArcGIS [closed]

I wanted to create the water level contour mapping of reservoir in ArcGIS. What is the most accurate method to create this map?
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Magnifying bubble for water assets similar to a data frame inset

I work with the Water Dept for a municipality and enter water assets such as valves, pipes, manholes, etc., into ArcGIS Desktop. At times a physical map of the location of these assets is needed for ...
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Private Surface Water Mains In Between Public Mains Analysis

I am working in a geometric network of a surface water (stormwater) system. We have both public and private assets (pipes/mains, manholes, inlets/CB's, etc.) in the network. I am doing a bit of QC on ...
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Creating stacked pipeline profiles using water utility network tools?

I downloaded the water utility network editing tool to create profiles of our sewer and storm systems including manholes with elevations. The profiling tool is pretty easy to use as you just click ...
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ArcPy Utility Network Trace Not Returning Any Result

Using ESRI Tutorial Data for Utility Network Tracing (Montgomery.gdb) which is a File Geodatabase and following Arcpy script I am not getting any erro on running the script to find the path between ...
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Auto-fill attribution of similar feature classes via connectivity rules (Geometric Network)

I am working with water utility data. I am trying to figure a way to make feature types connected to the Mains (primary distribution water pipes) automatically fill certain attributes when they are ...
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ArcMap: Extend lines to Points without altering original geometry

Is there an efficient way to extend lines to points in ArcMap? I have a utilities dataset, where I do not want to change the original geometry, but instead add to it in order for end vertices of ...
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Water Utility Network Tool - Editing the Configuration Files

Recently I've obtained the Water Utility Network Tool developed by ESRI. (Found here: http://solutions.arcgis.com/utilities/water/help/network-editing/ ) In working with it, I've attempted to ...
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Template for water utilities

My company is preparing to do a survey of the water utility infrastructure for a small village on an island, on lake Titicaca in Bolivia. What would be the best starting place for a template to use ...
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Setting up Geoprocessing Model with ArcGIS for Utilities CCTV Processor?

I have tried to find any already available data on this issue but have come up empty handed. I am using ArcMap 10.3.1 and MS SQL Server in a versioned environment, for inspections we are using a ...
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Finding valves to turn off for water line using ArcMap?

I am wondering if there is a tool for ArcMap that can do what I am about to describe. It might be in network analysis but I am not sure. I have used water gems but it does not do what I want it to do. ...
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NASSCO PACP Schema Standard and CCTV Processor from ArcGIS for Utilities? [closed]

I'm using the ESRI CCTV processor from ArcGIS for Utilities. I received data from the contractors and when trying to use the ESRI PACP_schema.xml sample there were some issues with field name ...
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ArcFM vs ArcGIS for Water Utilities functionality [closed]

I'm trying to ascertain the difference between ArcFM (Water) and the functionality now available in ArcGIS for Water Utilities, given the templates and OOB 'stuff' ESRI have pushed forward in the last ...