The industry model has a fixed schema that probably will not match your existing data exactly. During the import process, you map your feature classes and attributes to those in the model. In the case of DWG data, you indicate which objects will become part of the existing feature classes, and how the attributes for those objects are stored and defined.
|Module||Data Model Description|
|Electric North America|
|Electric Central Europe|
|Gas (available for SQL Server and file-based industry models only|
Create a data mapping that compares your original data with the data model description. Determine whether you need to create new feature classes and whether any existing feature classes will require custom attributes. For example, your original data may include pipes. The enterprise industry model has matching pipe feature classes. However, your original data may specify information about pipes that does not match any of the attributes in the target pipe feature classes. To ensure that the information stored in your original data migrates properly to the enterprise industry model, you must add the missing attributes to the appropriate feature classes.