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04-18-2024 04:48 PM
DamienPyne
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We are upgrading our environment from Ent10.8.1, AGP2.7.4 to Ent11.1, AGP3.1 (or greater). 

As part of our testing  are having issues where the object being created is highlighting the proposed snap offset the the grid location when using AGP3.1, while this issue does not occur in AGP2.7.

I have been comparing the settings in both maps and cannot see any issues.

Creating a new Point feature (1:35) (AGP2.7)

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Same feature created and snapped to Grid Intersection (1:1)

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AGP 3.1: Creating a new Point feature (1:1)

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Edit Vertices – moving an existing vertice on a line (1:1)

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Move – moving an existing point feature (1:1)

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Creating a new Transformer (snapped to the vertical line) (1:1)

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Scott_Harris
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@DamienPyne The next time you see this issue try resetting the grid's origin closer to where you are editing using this tool: 

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Robert_LeClair
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One thing I would check is your XY snap tolerance on the Edit core tab -> Snapping group.  By default, my snapping XY tolerance is 10 pixels.  You could change it to one or two map units and retry your editing workflow.  Do the points and lines now snap to the grid as expected?

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DamienPyne
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Yes we have played all around the tolerance and this has no impact.  As part of our upgrade we are also migrating from SQLServer to HANA.  I dont know if there is a setting, tolerance, something that is working differently in the HANA DB.

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Robert_LeClair
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Let me know if you see anything differently when upgrading from SQL Server to HANA.  Good luck!

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Scott_Harris
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@DamienPyne The next time you see this issue try resetting the grid's origin closer to where you are editing using this tool: 

Scott_Harris_0-1717504006262.png

 

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DamienPyne
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Thanks Scott, we had been working with the PSS team and came up with the same solution about a week ago.  Sounds so simple, created so many questions at the time.