Overview of Finding Records in a Linked Database
Concept Procedure Quick Reference

After you create a link between a record in the database table and an object in a drawing, you can use the information in the database table to help you analyze, select, and display objects in your drawing. For example, you can use data from a linked database table to find all pipes installed before 1965.

These procedures apply only to drawing objects. You can join external data to geospatial features and use the Data Table to search that data.

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