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*Landman
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duplicate parcel numbers on same base

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04-27-2005 10:06 AM
Just wondering how others are dealing with duplicate parcel numbers on the
same base. I have a large base plan composed of multiple legal composite
drawings. There are about four different legals that have parcels that start
with 1 and end with 10.

The two ways I can think to get around this problem is:

1. Set up new parcel label styles within the same site or:

2. Define Each legal composites parcels in a new site.

Also when creating the parcels the lot numbers and areas become dynamic but
what about adding the plan number associated with the lots. How do we make
that dynamic as well. I also think there are two options for this.

1. Define the entire legal boundary as a new parcel to contain only a tag
for the plan number. (Dont think this is the way to do it)

2. Set up a style that will display lot num, area and then add the plan
number to only one lot label tag.

Just wondering if there are any other suggestions to the above mentioned
items

thanks
Robert Howell
*wfb
Message 2 of 3 (77 Views)

Re: duplicate parcel numbers on same base

04-27-2005 10:17 AM in reply to: *Landman
Try making different sites. I haven't tried it, but I believe it should
work.

Bill

"Landman" wrote in message
news:4827593@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Just wondering how others are dealing with duplicate parcel numbers on the
> same base. I have a large base plan composed of multiple legal composite
> drawings. There are about four different legals that have parcels that
start
> with 1 and end with 10.
>
> The two ways I can think to get around this problem is:
>
> 1. Set up new parcel label styles within the same site or:
>
> 2. Define Each legal composites parcels in a new site.
>
> Also when creating the parcels the lot numbers and areas become dynamic
but
> what about adding the plan number associated with the lots. How do we make
> that dynamic as well. I also think there are two options for this.
>
> 1. Define the entire legal boundary as a new parcel to contain only a tag
> for the plan number. (Dont think this is the way to do it)
>
> 2. Set up a style that will display lot num, area and then add the plan
> number to only one lot label tag.
>
> Just wondering if there are any other suggestions to the above mentioned
> items
>
> thanks
> Robert Howell
*Landman
Message 3 of 3 (77 Views)

Re: duplicate parcel numbers on same base

04-27-2005 10:34 AM in reply to: *Landman
Yep that is the way I am doing it right now and it works fine. Looking for
other suggestions as to how people are dealing with this.

Thanks.

"wfb" wrote in message
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> Try making different sites. I haven't tried it, but I believe it should
> work.
>
> Bill
>
> "Landman" wrote in message
> news:4827593@discussion.autodesk.com...
> > Just wondering how others are dealing with duplicate parcel numbers on
the
> > same base. I have a large base plan composed of multiple legal composite
> > drawings. There are about four different legals that have parcels that
> start
> > with 1 and end with 10.
> >
> > The two ways I can think to get around this problem is:
> >
> > 1. Set up new parcel label styles within the same site or:
> >
> > 2. Define Each legal composites parcels in a new site.
> >
> > Also when creating the parcels the lot numbers and areas become dynamic
> but
> > what about adding the plan number associated with the lots. How do we
make
> > that dynamic as well. I also think there are two options for this.
> >
> > 1. Define the entire legal boundary as a new parcel to contain only a
tag
> > for the plan number. (Dont think this is the way to do it)
> >
> > 2. Set up a style that will display lot num, area and then add the plan
> > number to only one lot label tag.
> >
> > Just wondering if there are any other suggestions to the above mentioned
> > items
> >
> > thanks
> > Robert Howell
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