Network junction-junction connectivity associations are not visible in map views. However, when working with the templates installed by default—Basic, ExpandContainers, or CollapseContainers—the junction-junction connectivity associations are systematically represented in the generated diagrams each time both their from and to junctions are present in this diagram.
Network portions 1 and 2 below focus on two small portions of the network, each one pointing to the network features that are going to be used as initial input to generate two different diagrams.
Sample diagrams 1 and 2 below are based on the Basic template.
Network portions 1 and 2 below show the network features that are going to be appended to each sample diagram above.
The two diagrams below are sample diagrams 1 and 2 after the append diagram process completes—the green junction for sample diagram 1 and the beige one for sample diagram 2 have been appended to the diagram. Since the appended junction features are the origin or extremity for the junction-junction connectivity association, the junction-junction connectivity associations now clearly display in the diagrams. The connectivity associations are displayed below with dashed lines.
By default, junction-junction connectivity associations are represented in network diagrams through the Connectivity Associations layer.
In network diagrams based on the CollapseContainers template where all containers are collapsed, if a junction-junction connectivity association exists between any from and to content junctions related to two different containers, this junction-junction connectivity association is represented between the collapsed containers.
When you create and configure your own template, ensure the Add Connectivity Associations Rule tool is also executed during the rule sequence so the junction-junction connectivity associations are represented in the generated diagrams.
When your template configuration doesn't run any reduction rule or collapse container rule, the Add Connectivity Associations rule can be added at the end of the rule sequence; however, if you need to configure Add Reduce Junction Rule or Add Collapse Container Rule, you must process connectivity associations first using Add Connectivity Associations Rule, so the reduction or collapse operations process on a complete graph.