Feature Adjustment in Pro?

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11-18-2021 08:36 AM
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PascalVezina
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Good day,

Will "feature adjustment" be available in Pro or a similar process to move other features base on the adjustment results? Are we left to ourselves to do such a task? What are in the plans for this issue?

Thank you,

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AmirBar-Maor
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@PascalVezina 

Here is a short video using Canadian data to demonstrate what we used to call in ArcMap "Associated Feature Adjustment".

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jcarlson
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If you run a Consistency Check / Least Squares Adjustment, you have the option of applying the adjustments output by the analysis. Is that what you're looking for?

- Josh Carlson
Kendall County GIS
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PascalVezina
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I am not looking to apply the results to the parcel fabric itself, but to surrounding features that are not in the fabric, just like the feature adjustment is doing for the Parcel Fabric in ArcMap.

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jcarlson
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Ah, I see. What about Generate Parcel Fabric Links?

- Josh Carlson
Kendall County GIS
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DanPatterson
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From here....

Tools that are not available in ArcGIS Pro—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

ArcGIS Pro includes an enhanced parcel fabric that provides a comprehensive framework for managing, editing, and sharing parcel data in ArcGIS Enterprise, including the Parcel Tools toolbox.

These are the tools offered

An overview of the Parcel toolbox—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

If nothings fits your situation, it would be a good idea to post an Idea since others may share your concerns.

You can explore current ideas here

ArcGIS Parcel Fabric Ideas - Esri Community

and post yours if needed.


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AmirBar-Maor
Esri Regular Contributor

@PascalVezina 

Here is a short video using Canadian data to demonstrate what we used to call in ArcMap "Associated Feature Adjustment".

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PascalVezina
Occasional Contributor II

Helllo Amir,

It's not a "turn key" solution like the "Feature Adjustment", but it's a start.  We would need to keep track of when we applied these links and on what feature classes.
Any plans to put it in your Long-term "Roadmap" as a complete service?

Thanks Amir,

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AmirBar-Maor
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Hi Pascal,

The main issue with the old  ArcMap methodology was that only features within the organization that are in the same workspace could be adjusted.  The new approach lets any consumer of the data adjust their data in their own extent and time window.

Where would you write when each feature class was last adjusted?

On the feature class or the feature level? (you could adjust a subset of features...)

Either way, it shouldn't be too hard to implement as a geoprocessing Python script tool.

it will be good to discuss your use cases to make sure and make sure they also align with other organizations before taking another step. Maybe a meeting is needed?

 

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