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Dissolve in ArcGIS Pro

Use the Dissolve tool when you want to aggregate features based on a specified attribute or attributes. Dissolve creates the sales regions by removing the boundaries between counties represented by the same salesperson.

An alternate tool is available for dissolve operations is the Pairwise Dissolve tool.

Create a Dissolve in ArcGIS Pro

Requirements:

Parameters:

LabelDescription
Input FeaturesThe features to be aggregated.
Output Feature ClassThe feature class to be created that will contain the aggregated features.
Dissolve Fields(Optional)The field or fields on which features will be aggregated.
Statistics Fields(Optional)Specifies the numeric field or fields containing the attribute values that will be used to calculate the specified statistic.
Available statistics types are:
Sum
Mean
Median
Minimum
Maximum
Range
Standard deviation
Count
First
Last
Variance
Unique
Concatenate
Create multipart features(Optional)Specifies whether multipart features will be allowed in the output feature class;
Checked—Multipart features will be allowed in the output feature class.
Unchecked—Multipart features will not be allowed in the output feature class.
Unsplit lines(Optional)Specifies how line features will be dissolved;
Checked—Lines will only be dissolved when two lines have an end vertex in common.
Unchecked—Lines will be dissolved into a single feature.
Concatenation Separator (Optional)A characters that will be used to concatenate values when the Concatenation option is used for the Statistics Fields parameter.

Follow the steps to Create a Dissolve in ArcGIS Pro.

1. In the Geoprocessing pane, navigate to Toolboxes > Analysis Tools, and click the Dissolve.

2. Now open the Dissolve dialog box, fill the parameters; Input Features, Output Feature Class, and choose Distance field (Optional).

3. Click Run button.