Enable topology failing: Error 001992 data set must be versioned

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02-26-2020 03:05 PM
JasonVignochi
New Contributor III

Hi, I have asked a question about topology in the UN but may have put it in the wrong category to get the correct views. I would appreciate any help or insight as to why the Enable Topology tool is not recognizing my dataset is versioned, even though it is definitely versioned.

https://community.esri.com/thread/248907-enable-network-topology-fails-citing-need-for-versioned-db-... 

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PaulLeBlanc1
Esri Contributor

Are you enabling client-server (ie, referencing it via .sde)? If so, make sure your workspace is set to branch:

If you are enabling via services (ie, http://), did you publish with Version Management?

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JasonVignochi
New Contributor III

Hi Paul, yes my workspace is set to branch.  Here is a screenshot you can check

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-U0qa6TiiZk0/XlbqLd340qI/AAAAAAAAB6w/3O5EkJuAS7wdoOoY5_IcvHhy6qHc6... 

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JasonVignochi
New Contributor III

Can we enable it through the portal connection? I feel like I have tried that in the past and I get a spatial index error. 

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JasonVignochi
New Contributor III

 

If you are enabling via services (ie, http://), did you publish with Version Management?

In response to this, yes we did do that, although I am trying to enable via the SDE connection.

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PaulLeBlanc1
Esri Contributor

Ok, let's focus on the client-server enabling then.

When you ran "Register as Versioned", what did you input?

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JasonVignochi
New Contributor III

Typically i just right click on the UN feature data set in the catalog window, then select Register as Versioned. I have never actually run a tool.

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JasonVignochi
New Contributor III

 

When you ran "Register as Versioned", what did you input?

I did just check the admin connection (shown in the screenshot), even though I have not tried to enable topology on that connection, I have not registered the un_admin connection as versioned it seems. They are both pointing at the same enterprise dbase, however I really only use the owner connection (which is just an role I created in the enterprise dbase under the admin connection).

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PaulLeBlanc1
Esri Contributor

It's probably best to hop on a call so we're both on the same page. Shoot pleblanc@esri.com an email and let's go from there.