All (Linkable Assets): The asset types with the potential to be linked to the current asset, including the current asset-type layer. For example, Sign on a Support and Laterals for a Sewer Main.
Link: To create the relationship between two assets. For example, Laterals on a Sewer Main or Sign on a Support.
Linkable Asset layers: All asset types with a possible association. An association is a lookup to a another asset or a share of another asset. For example, Signs with a Support ID lookup or Sewer Laterals shared under Sewer Mains associated to Sewer Mains\Laterals.
Linked Assets: The assets linked to the current asset. For example, Laterals on a Sewer Main or Sign on a Support.
Unlink: To break the relationship between two assets. For example, remove a Sign from a Support or remove a Lateral from a Main.
Relationship: The link type between two assets.
- A top-level recordset with a lookup to another top-level recordset. For example, Signs with a lookup to Support ID or Mains with a lookup to Manholes called Upstream Manhole.
- A top-level shared recordset to another top-level recordset. For example, Laterals on a Sewer Mains or Upstream Pipes on a Manhole.
Asset Types: Assets are defined as any records in the Create asset list.