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Compiling data from multiple feature classes/tables into one view

Question asked by Cep86 on Dec 18, 2014

Hello,

 

I'll start out by saying that I am running 10.2 on a Windows 7 machine. 

 

I have 6 layers, some of which are related.  The related feature classes and table are as such:

 

Poles (point)

Hubs (point)

NodeAssociations (table)

 

The Poles and Hubs both have a 1:many relationship with the NodeAssociations.  Ultimately I would like to attribute all three of these items, and then create some sort of way to view the data from all three in one place.

 

I know a join will accomplish this, but I really don't like the way a join places the secondary table at the end of your primary table.  Additionally, I've been having issues with posting data from joined feature classes to the default version in my SDE environment.

 

Is there a way to pick and choose which fields you want to take from each feature layer, and then order them in the manner that you want to view them in?

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