3. More than 1000 records (features) deleted from the source.
-You should still be able to perform a synchronization if 1000 features or more are deleted. If you are receiving an error, you should contact Tech Support.
At the moment, there is no GEOPROCESSING tool that can create replica from the enterprise gdb to the file gdb.
1. The �??create replica�?� tool doesn�??t allow tables (non-spatial data) to participate in the replica
2. The �??create replica�?� of tool bar requires adding all the layers of the enterprise gdb to the ArcMap to create the replica. This is itself a headache
What I�??m looking for is one single tool that can take all the updates from the source to the destination IN ONE GO. This tool is supposed to:
1. Delete the existing file gdb (destination)
2. Create new replica between the enterprise gdb (source) and the file (destination)
You can surely complete the above task, but not with ONE single tool!
You can use the 'Delete' tool to delete the File geodatabase and then use the below workaround to create the Replica.
>>Create a model using the 'Make Table View' and the 'Create Replica' tools.
> Pass the standalone table to the 'Make Table View' tool and set a filter in the expression. eg. Objectid>=1 can be used if the entire table is being replicated.
> Pass the output of the 'Make Table View' to the 'Create Replica' tool and define the various parameters.
Create Replica on SDE Table:
However, I am not sure if this will help, as you will have to manually "Unregister the Replica" to create another replica with the same name.(or you'll have to manually change the replica name everytime to a new one)
As Marco pointed out, the NIM seems to be fixed in an upcoming release, so you should be able to synch more than 1000 records (features) deleted.