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Calculation Attribute Rules in ArcGIS Pro

Calculation attribute rules in ArcGIS Pro are used to automatically populate attribute configurations on a feature. They can be created as immediate calculation rules or batch calculation rules, depending on when the rule needs to be evaluated. This video demonstrates how you can use an immediate calculation rule to populate a record in one feature using the attributes of an intersecting feature.

You can learn more about calculation attribute rules here:

0:00 – Intro

0:34 – Adding a calculation attribute rule

1:50 – Testing the attribute rule


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