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Renaming the geodatabase file is fine, but note that once you do that, setting the useExisting parameter on generateGeodatabaseWithParameters:downloadFolderPath:useExisting:status:completion: method to YES will no longer be able to find the local database that matches your parameters. The way it works is that the default name of the gdb file is basically a hash of the parameters provided; this allows the API to easily search for an existing one before requesting the service. If you change the name, that will no longer work.
Is there any software can read .geodatabase and .geodatabase-shm and .geodatabase.wal files?
If I am in offline mode and find sync data with error so I decide to get these three files through i-tune and
place these on Windows System. But what's kind of software can read it and paste the data to ArcMap?
Please advise. Thanks!
The easiest thing to do is use the Copy Runtime Geodatabase to File Geodatabase tool in ArcToolbox 10.3. I've found I can only make this work if I have the source files on the C: drive.
The .geodatabse is a SQLite database with Esri's special sauce, so you can rename the files to xxx.sqlite, xxx.sqlite-wal, xxx.sqlite-shm and open them in any SQLite editior if you want to look at the guts.