Running a parcel fabric feature adjustment
This topic applies to ArcEditor and ArcInfo only.
A parcel fabric feature adjustment is run in ArcMap. Feature classes are associated with a parcel fabric in both ArcMap and the Catalog window. In ArcMap, features are associated with the current target fabric by clicking the Add button on the Feature Adjustment dialog box. In the Catalog window, features are associated with a parcel fabric by clicking the Add button on the Associations tab on the Parcel Fabric Properties dialog box.
A parcel feature adjustment is only used to realign features that have become misaligned with parcel boundaries after they have been adjusted with least squares. A feature adjustment cannot be used to align features that were originally misaligned with parcel boundaries.
- In an edit session in ArcMap, click the Parcel Editor arrow on the Parcel Editor toolbar and click the Feature Adjustment command.
- On the Feature Adjustment dialog box, choose the feature classes that will participate in the feature adjustment.
- Click the Adjust button to run the feature adjustment.
- Reopen the Feature Adjustment dialog box (Parcel Editor > Feature Adjustment).
To run a parcel fabric feature adjustment, follow these steps:
The adjusted date of an associated feature class is set when the feature class is first associated with a parcel fabric. If a feature class is already listed as an associated feature class on the Feature Adjustment dialog box, the Set Date button is unavailable.