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Offsetting lines without using representations so can link to Excel spreadsheet

Question asked by infobleep on Apr 29, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 30, 2015 by sephefox

Hi there

 

I have a question relating to Arcmap 10.0 and 10.3. I have an excel spreadsheet of attribute data relating to footways and carriageways of roads and footpaths.

 

In the spreadsheet headings are as follows:

 

section ID / section description / left hand footway planned year of works / right hand footway planned year of works / carriageway planned year of works.

 

The idea is that I then link that spreadsheet to an existing SDE layer containing the section IDs and display the data.

 

I need to offset the left and right hand footways. Previously I converted the Excel spreadsheet to a file Geodatabase and used representations.

 

However a colleague is often updating the Excel spreadsheet and it would be far more helpful if I could now just work directly with the Excel spreadsheet. Is their any way of offsetting the lines without using representations, so that the left and right hand footways are offset?

 

I can if needs be create new feature classes with the lines permanently offset for the left and right hand footways. If so how would I do that.

 

I'm using ArcMap 10.0 but can use ArcMap 10.3 if that's the only way to archive this.

 

Thanks for reading

 

Tim

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