Assign Autoupdaters

Assign autoupdaters to the following classes via their Object info tab in the ArcFM Properties Manager.

IMPORTANT: If you have a simple-edge network, you should assign the ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance AU to the On Feature Split event for simple edge features. If there are multiple AUs, this should be the last AU assigned. You should also set Split On Edit to yes for all junction features that connect to simple edges. For complex edge features, see the ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater section for additional information.

Busbar, PriOHElectricLineSegment, PriUGElectricLineSegment, 
SecOHElectricLineSegment, SecUGElectricLineSegment

The following autoupdaters should be assigned to all linear feature classes that conduct electricity, i.e., all edge feature classes in the geometric network.

The ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater section contains more information about this unique AU.

Event

Autoupdater

On Feature Update

ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically when you enable FM 2.0)

On Feature Update

ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Level

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically when you enable FM 2.0)

On Feature Delete

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Level

On Feature Delete

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically when you enable FM 2.0)

CircuitSource, CircuitSourceID

Event

Autoupdater

On Feature Update

ArcFM Internal FeederID Update

DynamicProtectiveDevice, Fuse, Switch, OpenPoint, PrimaryMeter

The following autoupdaters should be assigned to any junction class that can have subsource features. Be sure that for each event, the following autoupdaters are assigned in the order listed.

The ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater section contains more information about this unique AU.

Event

Autoupdater

On Feature Create

ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight

On Feature Create

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Relator

On Feature Create

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Name

On Feature Create

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Level

On Feature Create

ArcFM Feeder Internal FeederID Create

On Feature Create

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically when you enable FM 2.0)

On Feature Update

ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Relator

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Name

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Subsource Level

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Internal FeederID Update

On Feature Update

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically when you enable FM 2.0)

On Feature Delete

ArcFM Delete Feeder Object

On Feature Delete

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically when you enable FM 2.0)

NOTE: If you also use the ArcFM Segment Split autoupdater and plan to create nested transformer subsources in your network, be sure that the ArcFM Segment Split autoupdater precedes both the ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight and the ArcFM Feeder Internal FeederID Create autoupdaters in the list.

DynamicProtDev_CircuitSource relationship class

Event

Autoupdater

On Relationship Created

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically)

On Relationship Deleted

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance (assigned automatically)

The ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater section contains more information about this unique AU.

Transformer, ServicePoint

The following autoupdaters should be assigned to any junction class that has a phase designation and/or is switchable, but is not configured to have subsource features.

Event

Autoupdater

On Feature Create

ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight

On Feature Update

ArcFM Generic Electric Trace Weight

ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater

The ArcFM Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater is an AU that is automatically assigned when you turn on Feeder Manager 2.0 in ArcCatalog. This also means if you turn Feeder Manager 2.0 off the Feeder Cache Maintenance AU is turned off.

The Feeder Cache Maintenance Autoupdater is assigned to events on each feature class in the geometric network. It is also assigned to events on the CircuitSource and Subsource tables, as well as the relationship class that joins the circuit source feature class (e.g. DynProtDevice) to the CircuitSource table.

The assignments associated with the Feeder Cache Maintenance AU are described below so you know that to expect when examining Autoupdater assignments to the listed feature class and event types

All feature classes in the geometric network, including the default junction feature class:

  • On Feature Create

  • On Feature Update

  • On Feature Delete

All edge feature classes in the electric geometric network:

  • Before Feature Split

  • On Feature Split ( required for simple edge feature classes)

  • After Feature Split

The CircuitSource table:

  • On Feature Update

The Subsource table (commonly named CircuitSourceID):

  • On Feature Update

The relationship class that joins the circuit source feature class (e.g. DynProtDev) to the CircuitSource table:

  • On Relationship Created

  • On Relationship Deleted

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