Parcel fabric records are created and managed using the Manage Records pane. To open the Manage Records pane, click the Create Record drop-down arrow in the Records group on the Parcel Record Workflows tab and click Manage.
When the Manage Records pane is first opened, search query options are displayed for searching for parcel records. If there is an active record in the map, it is displayed in bold in the upper portion of the pane.
You can do the following in the Manage Records pane:
- Create a parcel record.
Click Create Record to create a parcel record and enter attributes for the new parcel record.
- Search for parcel records.
Search for parcel records by clicking one of the automatic search queries.
- View and edit parcel record properties.
Search for a parcel record, hover the pointer over the record in the results list, and click Show Record Properties .
- Set a parcel record as active.
Search for a parcel record, hover the pointer over the record in the results list, and click Set Active Record .
- Assign a parcel record to a selection of parcel features.
Search for a parcel record, right-click the record in the results list, and click Assign Selection To Record .
- Open the Records attribute table.
Search for a parcel record, right-click the record in the results list, and click Attribute Table Showing Selection to open the Records attribute table with the parcel record selected.
- Delete records.
Search for parcel records, select and right-click the records in the results list, and click Delete Records .
Search for parcel fabric records
To search for parcel records, click one of the following automatic queries:
- All Records In Map Extent
- All Selected Records
- Records Created In The Last 7 Days
- Records Created In The Last 31 Days
To create a custom search query, click the Query search option and click Add Clause on the Query dialog box.
To clear the results of a search query, click Delete next to the search text in the records text box. Click the back button to return to the list of search options.