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Once Manage Servers contains server connections, the association can be established. All Cartegraph users should be out of the system during this process. Use Set System Access to lock the system for maintenance.
- Click >GIS Integration.
- Click Create.
- Select the server name that contains the feature service with Tasks included.
- Select the feature service that contains the tasks feature class.
- Select the point feature class layer that will associate to the Tasks recordset. This feature class may contain several attributes to associate with Task fields. For example, Activity and Asset Type.
- Select Tasks.
This integration is one-way as directed by the Integration type. This is not a setting, but a description of how the integration works.
Click Filter to create a filter to limit the number of Tasks that to sync to the GIS feature class.
Select Include Full Geometry if you'd like to integrate two additional feature classes to hold the geometry of tasks that are not points. See Include Full Geometry for more information.
- In the Field Associations area, map the Geodatabase Attributes to the Cartegraph Task Fields. Cartegraph automatically populates field mappings where the Cartegraph Field ID matches the Field Name value set up with GIS. Case is ignored when performing this auto-population.
The unique Geodatabase Attribute must be associated with the unique Cartegraph Field, which is typically the Task ID field. This field mapping is required to save the association.
- Click Save.