#INFOSEWER

Steps to Import data into InfoSewer Using GIS Gateway

Here are the steps from the beginning for importing data into InfoSewer:

Make a new InfoSewer Model and add in the layers you want to import

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Initialize the InfoSewer Arc Map to the Coordinates of the Layers you have added

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Look at the Attributes of the of the Layers in Arc Map by using the command Open Attribute Table in Arc GIS – right mouse click on the Arc Map Table of Contents (TOC)

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Turn off the Alias names as InfoSewer GIS Gateway only read the “real” column names

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Use the InfoSewer GIS Gateway Tool clip_image010

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Load the Nodes 1st using the PR_ID as the Mapping Field

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The map fields for the X, Y Coordinates

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Import the Diameter (Diam_Tamp) and Rim Elevation (PR_COT_TAP) for the Node

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Load the defined GIS Gateway Layer

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If the nodes were imported there should be a log message file and the nodes will be seen on the Map and in the InfoSewer Attribute Table

Exchanging data on ‘NODEIMPORT’…

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Turn off the Field Aliases for the Links so we can see the actual column names

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Use TT_ID as the GIS ID Mapping Field

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a. Gis Data Source:  C:\Users\ … \tram_tub

b. InfoSewer Data Source Type: Pipe Tables

c. Relate Type: Tabular Join

d. Update Direction: 0:Bi-Direction

e. Exchange Options: Create New Records

f. Tabular Join – GIS ID Mapping Field: TT_ID

g. Field Mapping:

i. PIPE->TYPE : TT_TIPO_SE

ii. PIPE->MATERIAL : TT_MATERIA

iii. PIPEHYD->LENGTH : TT_LONG

iv. PIPEHYD->DIAMETER: TT_DIAM

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Load the Links from the GIS Gateway and you should have your links on the Map and in the Attribute Browser, I did not import the From and To Nodes and the From and To Invert as I was not certain of the Attribute Tables.

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