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Overview

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The Gas Utility Network Configuration configures a utility network to behave like a gas network and provides maps, services, and workflows to facilitate data management and analysis.

The Gas Utility Network Configuration includes:

  • Configuration instructions
  • Schema for common gas components
  • Rules to define network behavior
  • Project for configuring and publishing the utility network services
  • Maps and apps to support common gas utility workflows
  • Sample data

The Gas Utility Network Configuration is a starting place to implement a utility network for gas. It is not designed to provide an all-encompassing solution for all workflows and assets managed by a gas utility. It is intended to be extended to meet any additional asset, workflow, or 3rd party system integration needs.

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Considerations

The Gas Utility Network Configuration is a starting place to implement a utility network for a gas distribution system. The included information model represents gas pipes and equipment as a utility network. The provided information model is not intended to include every possible variation of equipment. Most organizations will extend the provided information model to represent how their gas systems are constructed, and to integrate with other information systems.

The Gas Utility Network Configuration template will change as new capabilities are added to the utility network and best practices evolve. It is important to understand that you are not required to upgrade your implementation to stay in sync with changes to the Gas Utility Network Configuration. Remember the Gas Utility Network Configuration is a starting point and your implementation will branch away from it.

When considering whether to migrate your implementation to a newer version of the Gas Utility Network Configuration, it is important to understand that migration may entail a significant amount of work and expense. As a matter of best practice, you should identify the benefits of migrating to a new version of the Gas Utility Network Configuration and evaluate the benefits against the work and expense. Only if there is a significant positive benefit should you consider upgrading.

Version

Below are the release dates and version information for the gas data model and the supported versions of ArcGIS Pro and the Utility Network Release.

Date Version Description
January 2019 2.0.1
  • ArcGIS Pro 2.3 and Utility Network Release 2.
June 2018 2.0
  • ArcGIS Pro 2.2 and Utility Network Release 2.
April 2018 1.1
  • ArcGIS Pro 2.1 and Utility Network Release 1.
January 2018 1.0
  • ArcGIS Pro 2.1 and Utility Network Release 1.

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Gas Utility Network Configuration has been moved retired and replaced with Gas and Pipeline Enterprise Data Management.

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