To get started, download the ArcGIS Solution and place the contents on your computer. Then, you can configure the Utility Isolation Trace application in your environment. When deploying the Utility Isolation Trace in your organization, you will first need to run a series of geoprocessing tools to create a publication geodatabase, create the Isolation Trace toolbox and tool for your network data, and the publish the geoprocessing service to ArcGIS Server.
Once the tools have been configured and published, you can deploy a series of complementary applications using the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool. These apps include the Outage Viewer, which is required when saving the trace results to a feature service and Water Leak Investigator, which optionally can be used to collect leak locations in the field. Once the required maps and apps are deployed, you can configure the Water Isolation Trace map and app using your ArcGIS organization and Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS (Developer Edition).
When you deploy Utility Isolation Trace, you'll find the following:
|Application||Water Isolation Trace||An application used by field personnel to find valves that need closing in the event of an main break or service shutdown.|
|Outage Viewer||An application used by the public to view water service outages.|
|Map||Isolation Trace||A map used in the Water Isolation Trace application to view water network, service shutdown, and leak information.|
|Outages||A map used in the Outage Viewer application to view water service outages.|
|Water Leak Investigator||A map used by field technicians to record water leaks using Collector for ArcGIS.|
|Feature layer||Leak Investigator||A feature layer used to store the location of leaks.|
|Outage Details||A feature layer to store the location of water service outages.|
|Geoprocessing service||Isolation Trace||A geoprocessing service to analyze the water network to determine what valves to close in the event of an outage.|