Abandon Quick Reference

This table displays the requirements for each type of abandon method.

Abandon Method

Data Type

Destination Model Name

Source Model Name

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Abandon to Feature Class

ArcFM Feature

MMAbandoned

MMAbandonable

Add the Abandoned layer to the map. Right-click it and select Open Attribute Table

The Shape field is automatically copied to the abandoned feature class

Abandon to Object Class

Table

MMAbandoned

MMAbandonable

Add the Abandoned table to the map. Right-click it and select Open

No

Abandon to Subtype

No new feature or object to be created; just create "Abandoned" subtype on existing feature

MMAbandoned

MMAbandonable

Right-click the layer on the Display tab and select Open Attribute Table.

Yes; transferring attributes is not necessary

Abandon and Remove to Feature Class

ArcFM Feature

MMRemoved

MMRemovable

Add the Abandoned/Removed layer to the map. Right-click it and select Open Attribute Table

The Shape field is automatically copied to the abandoned/removed feature class

Abandon and Remove to Object Class

Table

MMRemoved

MMRemovable

Add the Abandoned/Removed table to the map. Right-click it and select Open

No

Abandon and Remove to Subtype

No new feature or object to be created; just create "Abandoned and Removed" subtype on existing feature

MMRemoved

MMRemovable

Right-click the layer on the Display tab and select Open Attribute Table.

Yes; transferring attributes is not necessary

Abandon Indicator

No new feature class is created. The AbandonIndicator field must be created on the source feature class.

none

MMAbandonIndicator

Right-click the feature class and select Open Attribute Table.

Yes; the feature's symbology doesn't change. Only the AbandonIndicator field is modified.

Convert to Conduit

No new feature class is created. However, one of the Abandon methods MUST be configured. ConduitIndicator field must be created on the destination feature class.

MMConduitIndicator field model name

MMConduitable

Right-click the layer to which the feature was abandoned and select Open Attribute Table.

Yes, if the selected Abandon method is configured properly

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