Remove Legacy Model Name

Delete all relationships to the F_CIRCUIT table that are based on the FiberCircuitGlobalID field, then remove the field with FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID applied on every table that has the FIBERCIRCUITPARTICIPANT model name.

IMPORTANT: It is extremely critical that you create a backup of your geodatabase prior to performing this removal.

Delete Relationships to the F_CIRCUIT Table

  1. Right-click the name of the table and select Properties.
  2. Select the Relationships tab.
  3. Highlight the relationship name and select Properties.
  4. Check the Primary Key and Foreign Key fields. If a field says FiberCircuitGlobalID, the relationship needs to be removed.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Make a note of the relationship name. Click Cancel.
  7. Locate the relationship in the Catalog Tree.
  8. Right-click the relationship name and select Delete.
  9. Perform the same steps if there are multiple relationships listed.

    Locate Tables with the FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID Model Name Applied

    1. On the Model Names tab of your geodatabase, select the Fiber Object Class Model Name domain and the FiberCircuitParticipant model name.

    2. For reference, write down or take a screenshot of all tables listed. The following may display in your list:

    Remove the FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID Model Name from Fields

    1. Click once on the name of the table and select the Model Names tab.

    2. In the Field Model Name Results area, locate the field with the FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID field model name applied.

    3. Rick-click the name of the table and select ArcFM Properties Manager.

    4. Select the Field Model Names tab.

    5. Locate and click on the field that you noted in step 2.

    6. In the Selected area of the Field Model Names section, double-click FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID to remove it from the Selected area.

    7. Click OK.

    Delete FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID Field Model Name

    Remove the FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID model name from the Fiber Field Model Name domain.

    Remove Model Names from Geodatabase

    1. Right-click the name of the geodatabase and select Properties.

    2. Click the Domains tab.

    3. Scroll through the list and click on the appropriate domain.

    4. In the Coded Values list, locate the model name to remove.

    5. Highlight the row and delete it.

    6. Click OK.

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