Getting an error I don't understand. Working with an SDE geodatabase in ArcMap. Everything is at 10.2.1. I bring in feature classes from a feature dataset using a user that is the data owner. When I try to reconcile with the parent version, I get the following error:
The version could not be reconciled. Insufficient permissions [geodatabasename.parentversion.featureclassname]. The workspace is not connected.
The feature class named in the error is in a different feature dataset, and the user is the owner of that feature dataset too. As far as I can tell, the permissions are set up the same on all feature classes. Why is it freaking out about a feature class that I'm not even referencing? What workspace do I need to connect to? I can reconcile and post versions further down the hierarchy.
When you perform a reconcile/post, it reconciles the entire version for all feature classes. Be sure that the user you are connected as has select, update, insert, and delete permissions on all feature datasets/classes that are registered as versioned.
Thanks for responding. So if I only have one feature class in arcmap, the reconcile/post actions will reconcile/post (update features and feature attributes) on ALL feature classes in that version? I did not know that.
I'm using an sde connection that connects me as the owner of the data. If I'm the schema owner, I should automatically have select, update, insert and delete permissions. I'll go back and check the permissions. Still confused about the "workspace not connected" bit.