Update a diagram generated from a network trace
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Notice that part of the network was not returned from the trace because a switch is open.
Click the Analysis menu on the Utility Network Analyst toolbar and click Clear Results. Click the Analysis menu again and click Clear Flags.
Because you want to find all the features connected to the substation, you will close this switch. First, you will select the open switches on the map.
Click Selection on the main menu and click Select By Attributes. Click the the Layer drop-down list and click ProtectionDeviceBank. Double-click [BANKTYPE] in the Fields list. Click the equal sign button. Click Get Unique Values. Double-click 'Switch' - Switch in the unique values list. Click the And button. Double-click [STATUS] from the fields list. Click the equal sign button. Click Get Unique Values. Double-click 'Open' - Open from the unique values list. Click Apply and click close.
The switch that needs to be closed is the one in the middle of the network fed by Feeder 0804-Harrison.
Add the Editor toolbar to ArcMap.
Click the Editor menu and click Start Editing. Press the Z key and click and drag a box to zoom in to the switch. Clear selected features. Use the Edit tool to select the switch.
Click the Attributes button on the Editor toolbar to open the Attributes table. Change the Enabled field from False to True and the Status field from Open to Closed.
Close the Attributes window. Click the Editor drop-down menu and click Save Edits. Click the Editor drop-down menu again and click Stop Editing.
Click the Schematic menu on the Schematic toolbar and click Update Diagram. The Update Diagram dialog box appears. Check the Initial trace option. Click OK.
The entire content of the schematic diagram is updated according to the updated trace result based on the trace parameters that were persisted in the schematic database when the diagram was generated. As the switch has been closed, the trace goes beyond the switch. Without selecting this new trace result in the map, Schematics has reexecuted the trace in memory and updated the diagram accordingly.
Remove the diagram data frame.
Note: If the trace downstream is reexecuted in the map starting from an edge flag placed at the same location it is when the diagram has is generated, updating diagram using the Current trace result will give the same result.
The Update Diagram dialog box also opens when right-clicking the schematic diagram entry in the TOC and clicking the Update Diagram shortcut menu.