There are several ways
you can edit links in a network or polygon topology. You can do
any of the following:
- Move a link to a new location.
- Reposition one of the nodes at the end
point of a link. Moving the node at the end point of a link moves
that end of the chosen link.
If you move an end point
to the same location as an existing end point, AutoCAD Map 3D prompts
you to join the links and specify which node to keep. If you select
a line or arc when moving links or end points of links, it is converted
to a polyline.
- Join two links in a network or polygon
topology by removing an intersection or pseudo-node.
- Break a link at a specified break point. AutoCAD Map 3D inserts
a node at the break point.
- Reverse the direction of a link in a
- Specify the resistance, reverse resistance,
and direction of a link.
Edits to links in a polygon
topology change the centroid, the area, and the perimeter values.