I have a Rubbish_Bins feature class in my SDE, this has GlobalID (type is Global ID) column as per below screenshot:
You can see all the global ID's are populated.
I then run the Copy Rows tool in Arc Pro (right click | data | export table):
I open this CSV and I note the global ids are all removed, yet all other columns are populated.
I then tried testing this in ArcMap 10.6.1
I open the attribute table, click export, then use these settings:
Then i get this error:
Note this error is only happening on this feature class (its the only one I have added GlobalID to).
Am I doing something wrong here or is this a bug?
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I can see the bug is logged in my.esri.com support page, it says "#BUG-000117958 GlobalID's are set to zero when using Copy Rows tool in ArcGIS Pro with data coming from an Enterprise SQL Server Geodatabase"
I am unsure how to link it here? How do I find it for others to see?
I just got this as well.
Export from Arc Pro filegdb export table to csv in a folder and global-id s all go Zero.
If I export to .dbf then they are preserved.
I need to csv to append /update new data in AGOL and wanted to preserve the Global_ID.
Any news on the fix?