Topology has no rule to detect identical points,
I couldn’t figure out why the topology has no rule to detect identical points. However, I’m aware that other tools can delete identical points
must be disjoint but normally it is fine if two points from two layers share the same coordinates, there are situations where this would be desired
Thank you very much Dan for the input.
I wanted to check the identical points in the same layer but not for two layers. However, I go the error below as I applied the disjoint rule.
What might be the issue here?
Hi again Dan.
It works fine with me as I created new gdb. The “must be disjoint” detects the identical points.
The error message leads me to think that the rule can be used, but you don't have the correct geodatabase version... or ... you have the most uptodate version of the geodatabase, and this is just a placeholder error meaning that, they have thought about it, but haven't implemented the rule yet.
It appears that this can be achieved also by Data Reviewer. It can recognize the identical points and thus some editing can be applied with the known tools. However, the management here is much more difficult than the Topology.
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