When you create a feature class for an Oracle-based enterprise industry model, you create an Oracle table with certain default columns (attributes). After a feature class is created, you can add any number of additional custom attributes.
Feature Class Create Dialog Box
Feature Class Properties tab
Create New Feature Class
Creates a new feature class. See.
Create Feature Class From An Existing View
Creates a feature class from an existing database view. Lists the views that exist in the current industry model. See also.
Specifies a table name. Enter a name that complies with Oracle format restrictions. If you are planning to use jobs, limit the name to 19 characters.
Names for Oracle tables can consist of 30 characters maximum. Since the table names for identification of the system provide certain initials and extensions, fewer letters are available for the actual names. Avoid national or special characters such as ä, â, ö, ü, $,%, &.
Specifies the caption displayed in explorer tree views. It can contain up to 255 characters. You can use spaces.
Specifies the type. Select the type in the list. If you select a geometry feature class type, thetab is active. See also .
Model Feature Class
Assigns a model feature class. See.
Set Feature Class To Read Only
Sets the feature class to read-only. See also.
Displays the topic of the feature class.
Point Feature Class Settings tab
Specifies settings for point feature classes.
Add Attributes To Store The Point’s Accuracy And Reliability
Adds attributes to store the point’s accuracy and reliability. See also.
Geometry Settings tab
For feature classes with geometry, some attributes for the spatial reference system (spatial column GEOM) are displayed in thetab. The default settings here were defined during the creation of the enterprise industry model.
You can modify these settings for each feature class, but be aware that this requires more modifications to keep the system consistent.
Set Spatial Settings
Controls the behavior of each feature class during spatial selections. If you use a polygon or rectangle to select features, these settings specify the conditions for element selection.