Removing slave features from a relationship
If a slave feature no longer needs to participate in a relationship, you can remove it individually using the Relationship Manager tool.
- Start ArcMap.Sugerencia:
If the ArcMap - Getting Started dialog box appears, you can open a new or existing map document. You can also check the Do not show this dialog box in the future check box and click Open.
- On the main menu, click Customize > Toolbars > Production Editing.
- On the main menu, click Customize > Toolbars > Nautical.
Click the Production Start Editing button on the Production Editing toolbar.
The Manage Features and Create Attributes, Update Attributes, or Metadata Attributes windows automatically appear when you start an edit session using the Production Start Editing tool.Sugerencia:
If the Create Attributes, Update Attributes, or Metadata Attributes window does not appear when you start an edit session, click the Show/Hide Attributes button on the Manage Features window.
- Click the Relationship Manager tool on the Nautical toolbar.
The ~Relationship Manager~ window appears
Expand the Master/Slave(s) tree view to see available features.
You can double-click the master or slave, and it automatically highlights the feature and zooms in to the map display so the selected feature is in the center.
Right-click the slave feature you want to remove and click Remove.
The feature is no longer in the relationship but is still in the geodatabase. Removing a feature from a relationship does not delete it.Nota:
Upon removing the last slave feature in a relationship, a message appears informing you that the master-slave relationship will be deleted.