Capturing Renewed Marks

This process records a mark that has been placed in the same position as an old mark that has been physically located.

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Use this process where you renew a mark that is previously recorded in Landonline. This information covers both boundary and non-boundary marks.

How do I capture a renewed non-boundary mark?

Follow these steps:

  1. Enter the fields in Mark Details:
  • Mark Name: IT 4 DP 4*****.
  • Mark State: Old.
  • Mark Purpose: Non-boundary, PRM, etc as the case may be.
  • Description: Renews IT SO 12345. This mark description will be added automatically to the diagrams when you generate your plans.

    Note:

    Even though this is a new mark in the ground, set the Mark State to ‘Old’.

    Only use the ‘Renewed’ functionality (steps 2-6) if the original mark exists in Landonline and has mark details recorded (e.g. IT II DP 12345). If these two criteria do not apply, capture the mark the conventional way using ‘Original’ functionality.

  1. Enter the fields in Mark Details:
  2. Select ‘Renewed’ in the Mark Reliability Details area of the screen.
  3. Enter the date the mark was replaced, if the default date is incorrect.
  4. Select New Search to search Landonline for the original mark. Alternatively, select the existing mark in the Landonline Spatial window and note the node id.
  5. Enter the mark name of the new renewed mark in the Annotation field.

How do I capture a renewed boundary mark?

Follow these steps:

  1. Enter the fields in Mark Details:
  • Mark Name: Peg DP 12345 (original name) or Peg DP 4*****(new name)
  • Mark State: Old
  • Mark Purpose: Boundary
  • Description: Renewed (if original name used) or Peg DP 12345 renewed (if new name used)​. This mark description will be added automatically to the diagrams when you generate your plans.

    Note:

    Even though this is a new mark in the ground, the mark state should be set to ‘Old’.

    Only use the ‘Renewed’ functionality (steps 2-5) if the original mark exists in Landonline and has mark details recorded (e.g. PEG I DP 12345). If these two criteria do not apply, capture the mark the conventional way using ‘Original’ functionality.

  1. Select ‘Renewed’ in the Mark Reliability Details area of the screen.
  2. Enter the date the mark was replaced, if the default date is incorrect.
  3. Select New Search to search Landonline for the original mark.
  4. Alternatively, select the existing mark in the Landonline Spatial window and note the node id.