FAQ: How is the abstract class in a UML model expressed in the Geodatabase?
How is the abstract class in a UML model expressed in the Geodatabase?
An abstract class in a UML model does not have a direct representation in the geodatabase. It is a modeling artifact, used to model fields that are common to many tables or feature classes in a single place. When the model is used to create a geodatabase, the fields in parent or abstract classes are made part of the derived tables or feature classes.