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aandis-esristaff

ArcGIS 10.4.1 for Desktop Parcel Editing General Maintenance Patch is live on the support site. The URL is:

 

http://support.esri.com/download/7410

 

Basic Info:

Summary

This is a general maintenance patch for the Parcel Editor.

Issues Addressed with this patch

·        BUG-000097210 - The parcel editing Parallel Offset tool on a rotated/scaled parcel fails to extend/trim for a single line segment and/or to maintain the recorded bearing.

·        BUG-000096619 - Exploding a multipart parcel with curves that share a radial point does not explode correctly for radial lines.

·        BUG-000094736 - When using parcel editor to open or edit parcel(s) it should only draw the lines of the open parcel(s).

·        BUG-000094561 - When using parcel editor joining a parcel point to a Control Point should associate the parcel point to the control point.

·        BUG-000091817 - Unable to access an AGO feature service layer that has a GUID column in ArcMap.

weathergirl27
If my feature classes are associated with a parcel fabric does it take a long time to run the feature adjustment (minutes or hours) or does it just depend on my data?
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weathergirl27
I like the idea of our agency (SITLA) having their own parcel fabric. I can see the benefits it would have for us. However, if we maintain our own parcel fabric with just our own layers, how do we keep in sync with the changes to the parcel fabric that AGRC will be maintaining? Is there anyway that we can sync a parcel fabric with another parcel… (Show more)
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MHeagin
I am still working on the project area for the Utah PLSS Fabric, we have new survey data for a Sec. 6. I have rebuilt the section all the way down to the Gov. Lots, and it look good. But when I try to do an adjustment using the new survey corners I get a Fail and some strange Adjustment Reports. I have tried to modify my tolerances in the… (Show more)
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MHeagin
AGRC is getting ready to load our Utah PLSS Fabric into our SDE, from a local geodatabase. What should my database team know before we start and what are the procedures to do the move? Could not find documentation on ESRI support yet, maybe there is not one, is it more common to build it in the SDE rather than creating it outside then move it?… (Show more)
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MHeagin
Got some strange results when working in Sec 6 of our project area. I had rebuilt the First and Second Division parcels according to a new BLM survey. I added the provided Control Points and ran an adjustment on the polygons and data in side all the control. When I finished thing look good at first, then I noticed on both sides there were… (Show more)
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guaschgistech
I want to join a new parcel, but I don't know what happen that I cant see any data in a the parcel table.
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gisparcel
This is the story map Maya Durio authored describing the recent experiences with the parcel fabric
 
http://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=258092f59cec44d9b485aa1dabfb387c
gisparcel
This is the powerpoint I used in the meet up on May 5, 2016
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gisparcel
Steve had this question this week and I have heard it from several other folks in non-PLSS states.  What parcel types should Land Districts, Land lots, and Map blocks be classified under in the lgim for non-plss systems? Is anyone else managing them in the Fabric that has a suggestion? Is there a different non-plss information model to use? 

My response is: The nonPLSS Areas will often have a survey or cadastral reference for the parcels or lots, typically this will will take the form of land districts or subdivisions or condos or plats. These simultaneous definition or simultaneous conveyance types are in the parcel fabric. The land districts would be your "parent" or top level and then you would nest your map blocks and land lots within those. BUT I would avoid using the PLSS parcel types (1.2.3 and 12) for anything other than the PLSS. Trying to code a county or city or land district code as a PLSS Township is not a good idea. We would need to look at the characteristics of the cadastral reference you have and if necessary you can certain add to the domain of values. You might want to add a non-fabric reference layer like the geo political areas to assist you with indexing and scale presentation, even if these are not adjusted or updated thru the fabric.

I would be interested in other "nesting" or hierarchical approaches the non PLSS states and counties may be using. I am presuming the use of these nested data structures is to support scale extents, context, and location maps and these may be reference layers and not actually cadastral reference, i.e. providing context but not defining the land description basis of the parcels. 

Ideas? 
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