A property of a network feature typically used to represent a cost for traversing across an edge or through a junction. For example, in a water network, a certain amount of pressure is lost when traveling the length of a transmission main due to surface friction within the pipe. Weights are calculated based on some attribute of each feature. In this same transmission main example, an attribute that affects the weight would be the length of the feature.
A tool that leads a user step by step through an unusually long, difficult, or complex task.
Work Management System - used to track costs and inventory associated with work requests.
A CU's work function is indicated by a letter in front of the child-level of the CU. For Example, an R in front of a CU indicates it is to be Removed. The letter I indicates the feature is to be Installed.
Physical area where a work request is located. Designer allows you to place polygonal features on the map to represent work locations. The feature is found on the CUs tab in the Designer Objects directory.
Work Location (WL)
A Work Location (WL) represents the site area within a design where work is done and/or where equipment is located.
Work Management System
System used to track costs and inventory associated with work requests
A request for construction to be performed. A work request includes work location information as well as customer information.
A container for file-based geographic data. This can be a folder that contains shapefiles; an ArcInfo workspace that contains coverages; a personal geodatabase; or an ArcSDE database connection.
Work Request. A request for construction to be performed. A work request includes work location information as well as customer information.