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The ArcGIS Toolbox pages provide elements and connectors that enable you to model ArcGIS geodatabase concepts and relationships.

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Elements

ArcGIS Workspace

The geodatabase workspace package, which holds all the ArcGIS modeling elements.

Export the contents of this package to produce the Geodatabase XML Workspace Document, which can be imported to Esri ArcCatalog.

 

Feature Dataset

A stereotyped package that holds or organizes the Point, Polyline, Polygon or Multipatch elements with the same spatial reference.

The Feature Dataset is only created under the ArcGIS Workspace package; it can not be created under another Feature Dataset package.

 

Geometric Network

An extended UML Package that represents the logical relationships between features in a network system - implemented in ArcGIS as a geometric network.

 

Raster Dataset

A stereotyped package that holds or organizes the raster data (as Raster Band elements; see below).

 

Coded Value Domain

An extended UML Class, representing a set of valid values that might apply to any type of attribute.

 

Range Domain

An extended UML Class, representing  a valid range of numeric values that might apply to a numeric type of attribute.

 

Point

An extended UML Class, representing the ArcGIS Point.

 

Polyline

An extended UML Class, representing the ArcGIS Polyline.

 

Polygon

An extended UML Class, representing the ArcGIS Polygon.

 

MultiPatch

An extended UML Class, representing the ArcGIS MultiPatch.

 

Raster Band

An extended UML Class, representing one layer of a matrix of cell values.

Every Raster Dataset contains one or more Raster Bands.

 

Raster Catalog

An extended UML Class, representing a collection of Raster Datasets in the geodatabase.

 

Subtype

An extended UML Class, holding a subset of the attributes of an element in the Feature Dataset.

 

Table (Object Class)

An extended UML Class, representing a collection of nonspatial data of the same type or Class.

 

Topology

An extended UML Package that represents the shared geometry of a set of feature classes from a feature dataset.

 

Relationships

Connectivity Rule (Edge-Junction)

An extended UML n-ary Association that models the valid relationships between edge and junction elements in a geometric network.

 

Connectivity Rule (Edge-Edge)

An extended UML Association that models the valid relationships between edge elements in a geometric network.

 

Subtype

An extended UML Association, providing the relationship between a Feature Class element and a Subtype element.

 

RelationshipClass

An extended UML Association, providing the relationship between:

Two elements in the Feature Dataset, or
An element in the Feature Dataset and an Object Class element

 

RelationshipClass

An extended UML Association Class, providing the attributed relationship between:

Two elements in the Feature Dataset, or
An element in the Feature Dataset and an Object Class element

 

Relationship Rule

An extended UML Association that determines which subtypes can be related in the geodatabase.

 

Supported Types

Field

An extended UML attribute that represents an ArcGIS field of the geodatabase, in a table or feature class.

 

Subtype

An extended UML Attribute that represents the subtype field of an ArcGIS table or feature class.

 

DomainCodedValue

An extended UML Attribute that specifies the value of an ArcGIS Coded Value Domain.

 

Attribute Index

An extended UML Attribute that represents the ArcGIS Attribute Index.

 

Spatial Index

An extended UML Attribute that represents the ArcGIS Spatial Index.

 

Raster StorageDef

An extended UML Class, representing the storage properties for a Raster value in the geodatabase; this information is required when a Raster Dataset element is created.

 

Spatial Reference

An extended UML Class that defines the spatial reference information of your schema, such as a coordinate system and XYTolerance.

You can define one or more Spatial Reference elements, which you link to other ArcGIS elements via their Spatial Reference Tagged Value.