Commit new features to base version when in offline

08-29-2019 07:52 AM
Occasional Contributor III


I've finally got the sync of a feature class going, but I can't see it in the main layer.

I must admit I don't understand Versioning, and never use it - we have no need for it - and the few times I have used it I have always ticked the Commit edits to base - which doesn't work for Collector

I have Compressed the database - this got edits made in AGOL viewer and Collector in OnLine mode, but after a "successful" sync in offline mode and database compress I can't see the features

In the "Versions" tab there is a version with the time  stamp of the sync job and it has originated from the map service.

Any hints as to how I get this into the visible layer?

I have used the Reconcile Versions toll, with the "post Versions after reconcile" option, and that works, but I have no idea how to make this happen without intervention

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Occasional Contributor III

Any solution to this for you? 

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Esri Regular Contributor

You can use python script to automate reconcile and post. this help doc provides an overview of this versioned data offline support Offline maps and traditional versioned data—Documentation | ArcGIS Enterprise