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michelle_johnson-esristaff
I wanted to share with you all that there is an updated Data Reviewer template for the Parcel Fabric.  http://solutions.arcgis.com/local-government/help/data-reviewer-for-tax-parcels/

This template comes with two Reviewer Batch Jobs. One for checking your data prior to migrating into the Parcel Fabric and the second is for data in the Parcel Fabric.  The latter has been significantly enhanced.  I have recently worked on a Parcel Fabric project with one of our customers and have defined additional checks that would be helpful in the QC process of the Parcel Fabric.  I've reorganized the Parcel.rbj batch job and added new checks.  Some of the existing checks have been broken out by parcel type so you have more flexibility as to which parcel type you want to validate.  Some of the checks that were previously retired have been added back in as optional checks.  So the checks have been grouped by feature and parcel type and whether they are recommended or optional.

Check it out and give me your feedback! 
Thanks,
michellej.
sviva.gov.il
Hello, There is a problem I keep experiencing repeatedly when it comes to serve customers in my organization. I find it very confusing to balance the way our geographic data is managed and then published to different needs. Three common stored data types for layers we use are: - File system based - inside FGDB files. - SQL based - SDE… (Show more)
Nana
When I use union tool ( Analysis Tools > Overlay > Union ) the output shape distorsion shapes of polygons.
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ThePinkGeologist
I have some elevation files I wanted to merge. I converted them from float files to raster using the conversion tool in ArcMap but the resulting rasters are microscopic ...   Strangely enough, when I look at the "properties" they say they cover the same extent (in decimal degrees) as their parent file. But to even see that they exist I have to… (Show more)
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michelle_johnson-esristaff
Have you seen this latest announcement about the Data Health Checks at the 2016 UC this year?  This is a great opportunity to get your GIS data check-up out by our industry experts.  It's FREE! Data Health Checks Are Back! | ArcGIS Blog