Use the Data Table much
as you would a database spreadsheet.
To find and select features
Manager or Map Explorer,
NoteYou can also access
a specialized version of the Data Table from
the Survey tab on the Task
Pane. For Survey data, the Data Table displays
survey point data, and is called the Points Table.
The functionality described
below applies only to geospatial features.
Select a feature source
or data table to view or edit.
Automatically zoom to
the map to the selected rows.
the Data Table to the current selection
in your map.
- Filter by
Select a property to
use to filter the Data Table, then type a value
to use for the filter and click Apply Filter .
Double-click to remove
the active filter and show all data for this feature layer.
Enter a row number to
scroll the Data Table to that row. Currently
selected row numbers appear in this field.
- Search to Select
Select features using
the data from the selected row(s) to a text file (.csv).
- Select All—Select all rows in
the Data Table.
- Select None—Deselect
all rows in the Data Table.
- Zoom To—Zoom
the map to the selected row.
- Create A Join/Manage
Joins—Add, edit, or delete joins to external
data for the current feature layer.
NoteYou cannot create
or manage joins for survey point data.
- Create A Calculation/Manage
Calculations—Add, edit, or delete calculated
properties for this feature layer. A calculated property is based
on the current properties. The new property is not added to the
original data store, but is available in this map only.
cannot create or manage calculations for survey point data.
- Set Split and Merge
Rules—Specify how properties will be assigned
when you split or merge features.
the Data Table help topic.