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Exercise 7: Using geodatabase topology to clean up your data


This exercise has been divided into sections. Click one of the links below to see part of the tutorial.


Segment Description
1 Creating a geodatabase topology to clean up data errors
2 Add a topology and associated feature classes to ArcMap
3 Search for topology errors with the Error Inspector
4 Trim a feature to fix a Must Not Have Dangles topology error
5 Extend a feature to fix a Must Not Have Dangles topology error
6 Delete a double-digitized feature to fix a Must Not Have Dangles topology error
7 Validate a topology to check your edits for errors
8 Get a report of the number of errors in a topology
9 Apply a topology error fix to many errors at the same time
10 Create a new polygon feature class from line and point feature classes
11 Add feature classes and rules to a topology
12 Add a topology to ArcMap and change topology error symbols
13 Use the Error Inspector to sort and browse through topology errors
14 Repair a break in linework and use topology tools to construct a feature
15 Extend a line to a selected feature and use topology tools to split a feature

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