Singlepart to multipart

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10-03-2017 04:02 AM
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New Contributor II

Hello everyone,

I have a polygon with one common ID, but they are separated spatially (u can see the pic to better understand).

What I want to do is cut this single polygon in multi parts.

Is this possible? I know the multipart to singlepart function on arcgis, but the opposite is possible?

Thanks in advance

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confused now... do you want to make all those polygons 1 polygon?, if so, and you have no common attribute, then get into an edit session and Union them to form one polygon.  Otherwise you need a common attribute to dissolve and all of the smaller polygons would need that common attribute.

If those little polygons are represented by 1 record in the table, then you need to use the MultiPart to SinglePart tool

There is no intermediate ground

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Hi Dan

But I have just on ID. It's like a single polygon. But, in reality, i want to clip that single polygon into multiple polygon.

The dissolve tool do not solve my problem

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confused now... do you want to make all those polygons 1 polygon?, if so, and you have no common attribute, then get into an edit session and Union them to form one polygon.  Otherwise you need a common attribute to dissolve and all of the smaller polygons would need that common attribute.

If those little polygons are represented by 1 record in the table, then you need to use the MultiPart to SinglePart tool

There is no intermediate ground

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Done!! Thank you very much! You are very helpful, as usual 

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Raquel, could you mark the answer as correct if it helped, so that others know the solution that worked