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Not only dissolving the shape but merging the attributes

Question asked by gordon.a.baker@gmail.com on Mar 29, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 2, 2019 by Hornbydd

I dissolve overlapping polygons to determine where they overlap. The shapes that dissolve are correct. The next step I want is to merge the records into 1 polygon. My problem is when 2 polygons overlap it creates 2 identical shapes polygons. The only difference is the attribute data behind it. Can I somehow combine the attribute data into a single polygon, that says Circle1,Circle2?  The picture I uploaded may aid in my query.

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