SplitterLocation

A SplitterLocation is a network junction feature that represents the place where one or more splitters are located in the system. This feature acts in a similar way to a DeviceLocation, with the difference being that these locations always have at least one splitter present. This type of data structure makes data management, reporting and tracing logic easier to manage.

Attributes:

Field Name

Field Type

Required field?

Description

GlobalID

GlobalID

Yes

This field contains a unique number (GUID) that is generated and maintained by ArcGIS. This value is used for all relationships in the ArcFM data model and is required for Fiber Manager to function properly.

FiberParent

GUID

Yes

This field contains the GlobalID of the parent object to the current object.

ThisFiberClassModelName

text

Yes

This field stores the class model name assigned to the feature class on which the field resides. It is used in conjunction with the FiberParentClassModelName field to determine the GlobalID that will be placed in the FiberParent field.

FiberParentClassModelName

text

Yes

This field stores the class model name assigned to the feature class that is the parent of the class on which the field resides. It is used in conjunction with the ThisFiberClassModelName field to determine the GlobalID that will be placed in the FiberParent field.

FiberChildClassModelName

text

Yes

This field stores the class model name of a child object to the object on which the field resides.

Common Fields:

  • LocationDescription

  • Owner

  • Comments

  • SymbolRotation

  • CreationUser

  • CreationDate

  • LastUser

  • DateModified

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