To match map edges
- Open a drawing and attach the maps you
want to match at edges.
- Define a query to retrieve the objects
- Define a location condition with a buffer
fence option. When defining the buffer fence, select the edge to
match and specify a suitable buffer fence width.
- You can also add a property condition
to select objects on a specific layer.
- In the Drawing Cleanup - Select
Objects dialog box, click Select All.
You can specify the layer(s) you want to use, for example, the layer
containing road data, and anchor objects as needed. Click Next.
- In the Select Actions Page,
in the Cleanup Actions list, click Snap
Clustered Nodes and then click Add.
- In the Selected Actions list,
click Snap Clustered Nodes. Under
Cleanup Parameters, set Tolerance to
a value just greater than the offset distance between objects. You
can type a value in the Tolerance box
or click Pick to specify the tolerance
in the drawing.
- Under Options, choose Automatically.
- In the Cleanup Methods Page, under Cleanup
Method, select Modify Original Objects.
- You can save
your settings in a profile to use again
- Click Finish to
start the drawing cleanup operation.
- In the Confirm Save Back dialog
box, click Yes.
The objects are now contiguous
across the map edges. Repeat steps 4 - 11 for all other layers and
objects in the edge matching part of the maps.
To save the edited objects back to the
- Under What To Save,
make sure Save Queried Objects is selected.
All the objects are now
matched at their edges.