SplitterOutputPort

The SplitterOutputPort is used to connect the downstream side of the splitter. These ports have a portion of the signal that entered the SplitterInputPort. This port may be connected to another splitter or directly to a customer premise.

Attributes:

Field Name

Field Type

Required field?

Description

FiberChildClassModelName

text

No

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

FiberParent

GUID

Yes

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

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.

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.

ImpliedConnectionSourceGUID

GUID

Yes

This field contains the GlobalID of the source object to which the destination object has an implied connection. An implied connection is when two objects are joined by a piece of equipment, but are modeled as separate object classes in the geodatabase (e.g., front and back ports on a card).

ObjectID

ObjectID

Yes

This field contains a unique number that is generated by ArcFM and is required for Fiber Manager to function properly.

Port Name

text

No

This field stores a value by which the port is referred within an organization. This is typically an integer value (such as Port 18), but it is not required to be so.

PortNumber

long integer

Yes

This is the unique identifier of the port and must be a positive integer value. It is common to start at the number 1 and increment by one from this value, but this convention is not mandatory. Any port numbering system should closely match, as much as possible, what is actually used in the field. This is a required field used by the Connection Manager.

PortType

text

Yes

This specifies the type of connector that is used to connect to this port. Review the domain values for common connector types. The Fiber Port Type domain is assigned to this field.

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.

Common Fields:

  • CreationUser

  • CreationDate

  • LastUser

  • DateModified

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