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One geoobject with two separate polygons - how can I split these?

Question asked by geonetadmin on Jul 12, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 14, 2013 by geonetadmin
Original User: milaslu

I have received data from another system and imported it into a shapefile. One of the lines/records in the attribute table have two separate polygons. So, if I highlight/select this line/record in the attribute table, there are two separate polygons in the map highlighted/selected. This means that one geoobject consists of two separate polygons.
How can I split this geoobject into two, so that each polygon has it's own line in the attribute table?
I could of course do a workaround and create a new geoobject on top of one of the polygons and then delete the original one (if you understand what I mean...), but this is a bit time consuming.

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