- Exploration of the geodatabase: what a geodatabase?; types of geodatabase; identification of opportunities to extend the data geographic; the geodatabase functionality.
- Creation and download of data: creation of the schema of the geodatabase; addition of data to the geodatabase; workflow: from design to prototype; techniques for aggregating data.
- Raster data management: what is a raster data?; How are represented the raster data?; issues of the management of data raster; What is mosaic dataset?; construction of datasets of mosaic.
- Maintenance of the integrity of the data using subtypes: what are the subtypes?; creation of subtypes.
- Maintaining the integrity of the attributes: identification of common errors in a table; domains of attributes; creation of domains.
- Relationship of data using kinds of relationship: Why create relations?; the relationships are defined by...; What is a kinds of relationship?; use of the kinds of relationship; requirements of kinds of relationship; creation of a kind of relationship; properties of classes of relationship; relationship rules.
- Addition of attachments: attachment of files to entities; creation and display of attachments.
- Design of the geodatabase topology: sharing geometry; Why use topology of the geodatabase?; flow of work of the topology; flow of work of the topology: design; specification of the rules of topology; workflow topology: construction, validation, evaluation and resolution.
- Share your geodatabase: what are your options to share?; which option works best?; publication of service of geodata.
- Designing a geodatabase: geodatabase design workflow; preparation for the implementation of the geodatabase; templates and models of data in the geodatabase.
- Putting everything together – implement a geodatabase: creation of a prototype file geodatabase; creation of a class of entity, definition of subtypes and loads of data; creation and allocation of domains and definition of values default; creation of classes of relationship; creation of topology; creation of a mosaic dataset; testing of the implementation; share your design.
This course is designed for GIS data managers, analysts, specialists, data technicians, database administrators and other experienced ArcGIS users who need to store and manage data in a GDB. Data managers will find this course really useful. Students must have attended the course ArcGIS II: Tools and Functionality or have equivalent knowledge.
Those who complete the course will be able to:
- Access to data GIS stored in geodatabases in file, multi-user and server GIS.
- Create a structure appropriate Geodatabase for organizing the data for storage, presentation and editing them in an efficient manner.
- Add rules and behaviors to ensure the integrity space and of them attributes of the data geographic.
- Start with advantages the geodatabase design using a template of the data model.
- Create a geodata service to share the geodatabase with Desktop, web and mobile users.