The feature classes that will be integrated. When the distance between features is small in comparison to the tolerance, the vertices or points will be clustered (moved to be coincident).
The feature class or layer with the lower rank will snap to the feature from the feature class or layer with the higher rank (with 1 being a higher rank than 2). Features in the feature class with a rank of 1 may move when a large x,y tolerance is used. For more information, see Priority ranks and geoprocessing tools.
The distance that determines the range in which feature vertices are made coincident. To minimize undesired movement of vertices, the x,y tolerance should be small. If no value is provided, the x,y tolerance from the first dataset in the list of inputs will be used.
Changing this parameter's value may cause failure or unexpected results. It is recommended that you do not modify this parameter. It has been removed from view on the tool dialog box. By default, the input feature class's spatial reference x,y tolerance property is used.
|Updated Input Features|
The updated input features.