Edit maritime attributes

获得 ArcGIS Maritime 许可后可用。

Use the Attributes pane to review and edit feature attributes in logically organized groupings. The Maritime Attributes tab appears in the Attributes pane when an S-57 feature from a maritime database is selected.

Attributes pane with Maritime Attributes tab visible


Before creating features, your username and agency identification must be defined in the EditingProperties table, and the compilation scale must be set in the S-57 Editing group on the Maritime S-57 tab.

Complete the following steps to edit maritime attributes:

  1. Start ArcGIS Pro.
  2. Open a new or existing project.
  3. Add maritime data to the map, if necessary.

    The Maritime S-57 tab appears.

  4. On the Maritime S-57 tab, in the Selection group, click Attributes 属性.

    The Attributes pane appears.

  5. On the Selection tab, click the Select one or more features drop-down arrow and choose a selection method.
  6. If you choose maritime features from an S-57 geodatabase, the Maritime Attributes tab appears with the following attribute categories:
    • Cartography—Attributes that are specific to the chart data model, such as symbol, x-offset, and y-offset.
    • Feature Identity—Attributes related to the identification of the feature, such as its long name (LNAM) and object identification value. Most of these attributes cannot be edited.
    • S-57 Attributes—S-57 attributes specific to the subtype of the selected feature.
    • Feature Extraction—Attributes that define how the feature is extracted from the database during export, such as the scale and conflation setting.
    • Editor Tracking—Fields related to edit history and status, for example, the NIS_EDITOR and NIS_LAST_MOD fields.
    • Miscellaneous—Attributes that do not fall into any of the above categories.
  7. Enable or disable Auto Apply.

    • Check Auto Apply to apply your edits automatically.
    • Uncheck Auto Apply to apply your edits when you click Apply.

  8. Click the attributes you want to edit and modify them.

    If Auto Apply is not checked, the edited fields with valid attribute values are highlighted with a green vertical bar.

    If invalid values are entered in any field, the edited field displays with a red vertical bar until the attribute is changed to a valid value.

  9. Click Apply to save your edits if Auto Apply is not checked.