Available with Data Reviewer license.
Data Reviewer provides tools and workflows for implementing a comprehensive quality control (QC) process. The process for feature and metadata sources is organized into a three-stage life cycle.
- Review—During the review process, Data Reviewer tools can be used to identify errors and record them as results in a Reviewer workspace. This includes results obtained by running batch jobs and through visual review of your data from other clients, such as ArcMap or ArcGIS Server.
- Correct—In the correction phase, you use the Reviewer Results pane to visualize the errors detected in the data and navigate to them. Editing tools in ArcGIS Pro can be used to correct the error conditions. Once the result is considered corrected, the status can be updated and will include who corrected the result, when it was corrected, and how.
- Verify—The verification phase allows you to ensure that the edits made during the correction phase are acceptable. If they are not, the result can be marked as unacceptable and moved back to the correction phase for further edits. In some scenarios, a result can be marked as an exception when it is determined that the result is not acceptable but should be excluded from the Reviewer workspace.
By default, the Reviewer Results pane sorts results by their Phase state. The Update Results pane contains a summary of all results grouped by their respective life cycle phase.
The following table provides a full description of each life cycle phase.
|Icon||Life cycle phase||Life cycle phase description|
Indicates that a result has been committed to the Reviewer workspace but not corrected or verified. This icon can also signify that a result was marked as unacceptable during verification or that it is a sampling record that needs review.
Indicates that a result has been corrected and needs verification.
Indicates that a result has been corrected and verified.