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ICadastralFabric Interface

Provides access to members that control a cadastral fabric and its associated cadastral jobs.

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.

Members

Description
Read-only property CadastralJobs The cadastral jobs that have not been committed.
Read-only property CadastralTable The cadastral fabric class at the specified enumeration.
Method CommitJob Commits the specified job to the cadastral fabric.
Method CreateJob Creates a new cadastral job with the properties of the given CadastralJob object.
Method DeleteJob Deletes the existing job.
Method ExtractCadastralPacket Creates/Extracts a cadastral packet for the specified job.
Method GetJob Retrieves a cadastral job given its name.
Method PostCadastralPacket Saves the cadastral packet for the job.
Method UpdateJob Updates the existing job.

CoClasses that implement ICadastralFabric

CoClasses and Classes Description
CadastralFabric A container for querying information about a cadastral fabric.

Remarks

The cadastral fabric dataset is an extendable data model for the management of parcel data. It comprises a set of fabric classes that support the basis of a land information system.

The cadastral fabric defines 3 key areas of operation:

  1. Core Fabric
  2. Job Management
  3. Feature Adjustment

1. Core Fabric

The core fabric tables are shown in the image below:

By default the accuracy category values are initialized to the following, however these can be changed to fit the values defined by your organization:

Category Bearing Std.Dev. (seconds) Distance Std.Dev. (meters) ppm Description
1 5.00 0.0001 5 1-Highest
2 30.00 0.01 25 2-After 1980
3 60.00 0.02 50 3-1908 to 1980
4 120.00 0.05 125 4-1881 to 1907
5 300.00 0.20 125 5-Before1881
6 3600.00 1.00 1000 6-1800
7 6000.00 10.00 5000 7-Lowest

 

2. Job Management

The job management tables allow audit trails of edits to parcels in the cadastral fabric, and these 2 tables also help to manage the edits to parcels and prevention of edit conflicts.

3. Feature Adjustment

Anytime changes to coordinates occur, these are tracked as vectors in the cadastral fabric adjustment tables. These vectors are published by the cadasatral fabric for use to adjust standard feature class layers that are associated with the (subscribe to) the cadastral fabric.