Solution - Fiber Manager - Connection Manager Error: Port does not implement field model name FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID

Version 5

    Behavior

     

    One of the following error messages is received when attempting to open Connection Manager for a patch location.

    FIBERCIRCUITNAME.jpg


    (Unhandled Exception
    Error: Table: DevPort implements calss model name: FIBERCIRCUITPARTICIPANT but does not implement field model name: FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID
    Error occured at:    at Miner.Framework.FiberManager.UniversalConnectableDataTable.InitializeData()   at

    Miner.Framework.FiberManager.FiberDataSetFactory.DescendTreeToCreateTables(IRow row, List`1 ancestors, List`1 currentList)   at

    Miner.Framework.FiberManager.FiberDataSetFactory.DescendTreeToCreateTables(IRow row, List`1 ancestors, List`1 currentList)   at

    Miner.Framework.FiberManager.FiberDataSetFactory.CreateLocationDataSet(IFeature feature)   at

    Miner.Desktop.FiberManager.ConnectionManager.ShowConnectionManager(IFeature feature)   at

    Miner.Desktop.FiberManager.ConnectionManager.OnMouseDown(Int32 Button, Int32 Shift, Int32 X, Int32 Y))

     

    OR

    fibercircuitparticipant2.jpg

    (Unhandled Exception

    Table: DevPort implements calss model name:

    FIBERCIRCUITPARTICIPANT but does not implement field model name:

    FIBERCIRCUITGLOBALID)

     

    Cause

     

    This error occurs if the FIBERCIRCUITNAME model name is not assigned to a field within the Fiber Circuit table.

     

    Solution

     

    Assign the FIBERCIRCUITNAME model name to a field within the Fiber Circuit table.

    1. Launch ArcCatalog and connect to the geodatabase.
    2. Right-click the Fiber Circuit object class (which will be assigned the FIBERCIRCUITTABLE model name) and select ArcFM Properties Manager.
    3. Click the Field Model Names tab.
    4. Assign the FIBERCIRCUITNAME model name to the text field that will be used by Circuit Manager to store circuit names.