Electrical Utility Network Foundation data model diagram

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06-29-2019 08:38 AM
AnthonyRyanEQL
Occasional Contributor III

With the release of electric utility network foundation (eg UNM V3.0), where can I find the diagram of the data model showing the new relationships of all the new related tables for conductor material, crossarm, etc?

I found the data dictionary but not the updated diagram.

Thanks

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JohnAlsup
Esri Contributor

We have placed the diagrams on a public GITHUB site, https://github.com/Esri/utility-network-modeling.  If you have a GITHUB login, you should be able to access them.  

These are not complete yet and we are adding to them over time.  If there are specific diagrams you cannot locate and would like to see, please enter an issue in the GITHUB Repository and we will add it to our list to create.

AnthonyRyanEQL
Occasional Contributor III

John,

I have submitted a few issues on the github repo site that I have noticed/after at the moment. Is there a alpha/beta program relating to the model that people can join to comment, etc. on further releases?

Thanks

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TJ_Houle
New Contributor III

Hi John!

I'm wondering if it might be possible to include this new location, and/or a comprehensive diagram, in the existing help documents that are supposed to contain the data dictionary? 

https://links.esri.com/Solutions/Utilities/ElectricUN/data-dictionary 

Right now, the links just don't work which can be a little confusing. 

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MikeMillerGIS
Esri Regular Contributor

The link system is down, we are currently working on it

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TJ_Houle
New Contributor III

Thank you for the update! That's got to be tough for you guys!!

Will you be notifying folks when it is working again?

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MikeMillerGIS
Esri Regular Contributor

The link is working again

https://links.esri.com/Solutions/Utilities/ElectricUN/data-dictionary

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TJ_Houle
New Contributor III

Thank you!!

TJ Houle<mailto:thoule@udcus.com> – 602.320.6804

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