Creating unclosed parcels
This topic applies to ArcEditor and ArcInfo only.
You can create unclosed parcels using the parcel traverse. An unclosed parcel does not rely on an internal loop that closes on its starting point. Unclosed parcels can be used to model parcel types such as street centerlines. Unclosed parcels behave like normal parcels in the parcel fabric in that they need to be connected to the rest of the parcel fabric network.
- In an edit session in ArcMap or in an open fabric job, traverse in your unclosed parcel just like you would a normal parcel fabric parcel.
- After you have finished entering your traverse lines, click the Properties tab on the Parcel Details window and click the field next to Unclosed.
- Choose True from the drop-down list.
- Click the Keep changes to parcel data command on the Parcel Details window to save the parcel or click the Keep changes to parcel data and Join command to save and directly begin joining the parcel to the fabric.
The traverse lines do not close back onto the starting point.