Moving a shared edge with a split-move to disconnect it from shared nodes
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You can determine which features in a topology share an edge by right-clicking the edge and clicking Show Shared Features. This can be useful information when changing shared boundaries. Edits to a topology edge change the geometry of all of the features that share it. You can remove a given feature from the list of shared features by unchecking it. Edits to the edge would not change the geometry of that feature.
The endpoints of this edge are topology nodes that are shared by these two parcels but are also shared by some other parcels. To move the endpoints of this edge, you would select the nodes, along with the edge, and split–move them. A split–move breaks the topological association between a selected node and unselected edges.
Holding the N key allows you to select a topology node without selecting any more nearby edges.
Holding the S key allows you to move an endpoint of an edge that is shared by other features. A split–move breaks the topological association between the selected node and the unselected edges.
After the split-move of this edge, the corner of the parcel that did not share the edge (4420) is not modified.
After editing features that participate in a topology you can validate that part of the topology to check that the edits did not create any topology rule violations (topology errors).
The edits that were made to these parcels are checked against the topology rules. Because no rules were violated by the edits, no errors are found.