Available with Data Reviewer license.
The ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension adds a data quality control framework to ArcGIS. Data Reviewer validates data using different checks, contained in batch jobs, that test spatial relationships and integrity. It also provides tools to correct errors found during validation.
The Data Reviewer toolbox exposes tools that support data validation, including creating a Reviewer workspace, creating and deleting Reviewer sessions, executing batch jobs, and writing results to the Reviewer table. You can also compare two database schemas and view the results in HTML.
Creates a new Reviewer session in the specified workspace.
Permanently deletes one or more sessions and all related records from a Reviewer workspace.
Adds a feature dataset and tables necessary for an existing geodatabase to be considered a Reviewer workspace and store Data Reviewer results. The Reviewer workspace tables are required by Data Reviewer to manage Reviewer sessions.
Runs a Reviewer batch job on a workspace and writes the results to a Reviewer session. A Reviewer batch job contains groups of Reviewer checks. Checks validate data based on conditions, rules, and spatial relationships. Checks also specify sets of features or rows to validate. A Reviewer session stores information about validation tasks performed by Reviewer checks. This information is stored in a table and a dataset in the Reviewer workspace.
Compares a base and test schema and reports the differences between the two that are relevant to data loading, such as feature classes, tables, spatial references, and field definitions.
Writes a feature class, feature layer, or table to the Reviewer table.