Make a new InfoSewer Model and add in the layers you want to import
Initialize the InfoSewer Arc Map to the Coordinates of the Layers you have added
Look at the Attributes of the of the Layers in Arc Map by using the command Open Attribute Table in Arc GIS – right mouse click on the Arc Map Table of Contents (TOC)
Turn off the Alias names as InfoSewer GIS Gateway only read the “real” column names
Load the Nodes 1st using the PR_ID as the Mapping Field
The map fields for the X, Y Coordinates
Import the Diameter (Diam_Tamp) and Rim Elevation (PR_COT_TAP) for the Node
Load the defined GIS Gateway Layer
If the nodes were imported there should be a log message file and the nodes will be seen on the Map and in the InfoSewer Attribute Table
Exchanging data on 'NODEIMPORT'...
Turn off the Field Aliases for the Links so we can see the actual column names
Use TT_ID as the GIS ID Mapping Field
a. Gis Data Source: C:\Users\ … \tram_tub
b. InfoSewer Data Source Type: Pipe Tables
c. Relate Type: Tabular Join
d. Update Direction: 0:Bi-Direction
e. Exchange Options: Create New Records
f. Tabular Join – GIS ID Mapping Field: TT_ID
g. Field Mapping:
i. PIPE->TYPE : TT_TIPO_SE
ii. PIPE->MATERIAL : TT_MATERIA
iii. PIPEHYD->LENGTH : TT_LONG
iv. PIPEHYD->DIAMETER: TT_DIAM
Load the Links from the GIS Gateway and you should have your links on the Map and in the Attribute Browser, I did not import the From and To Nodes and the From and To Invert as I was not certain of the Attribute Tables.
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Steps to Import data into InfoSewer Using GIS Gateway
Here are the steps from the beginning for importing data into InfoSewer:
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