Create Domains and Assign Model Names

You may configure and use conduit tracing even if you do not have a license for Conduit Manager. This topic describes the domains and features needed to use conduit tracing.

Create Domains: You may need to create the domains that contain the coded values for the conduit size and conduit material. Below are the names and coded values of the domains included in the ArcFM Solution sample data.

Both domains have the same domain properties:

Domain Property

Value

Field Type

Text

Domain Type

Coded Values

Split policy

Duplicate

Merge policy

Default Value

ULS Size

This domain will be assigned to the ULS Size field on the DuctDefinition object class. It carries the coded values for the conduit size. Below are the values in the ULS Size domain provided in the sample code. You may name the domain as you like and change the values.

Code

Description

2

2"

5

5"

10

10"

ULS Material

This domain will be assigned to the ULS Material field on the DuctDefinition object class. It carries the coded values for the conduit material. Below are the values in the ULS Material domain provided in the sample code. You may name the domain as you like and change the values.

Code

Description

FIB

Fiber

STL

Steel

WOD

Wood

OTH

Other

UNK

Unknown

Assign Domains: The ULS Size and ULS Material domains must be assigned to fields on the DuctDefinition object class. If domains aren't assigned to these fields, the corresponding Conduit Trace Criteria tab (Duct Size or Duct Material) will not appear.

  1. Right-click the DuctDefinition object class and select Properties.
  2. On the fields tab, select the Material field.
  3. Assign a domain in the Domain field of the Field Properties (e.g., ULS Material).
  4. Select the DuctSize field.
  5. Assign a domain in the Domain field of the Field Properties (e.g., ULS Size).
  6. Click OK.

Assign Model Names

Assign Model Names: Use the ArcFM Properties Manager to assign model names to the ConduitSystem feature class and DuctDefinition object class. Model names and field model names must have the exact spelling as shown.

  1. Right-click the ConduitSystem feature class and select ArcFM Properties Manager.
  2. On the Model Names tab, assign the ULS model name. Click OK.
  3. Right-click the DuctDefinition object class and select ArcFM Properties Manager.
  4. On the Model Names tab, assign the DUCT model name. Click Apply.
  5. On the Field Model Names tab, select the DuctSize field and assign the DUCTSIZE field model name.
  6. Select the Material field and assign the DUCTMATERIAL field model name.
  7. Click OK.
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