Arc 10.5 losing records from geodatabase

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03-29-2017 12:15 PM
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I just upgraded to arc 10.5.  I have a geodatabase that has 4527 records.  When I open the database it shows a record count of 4527. If I do anything (such as a sort) the record count changes to 3539.  I reopened it and selected all the records and then did  a sort and got this result4527 selected out of 3539Same thing happens in catalog.  On opening the geodatabase I see all the records.  After any operation (sorting) 888 records disappear.

What is going on?? Do I need to do something to upgrade the gdb?? 

Help -

thanks

Joe

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Hi Joe,

What version is the geodatabase in? Is this a file geodatabase or an enterprise geodatabase (eGDB)?

   

If using an eGDB, answer the following questions:

What is the RDBMS version and OS that it is running on?

Is the data versioned?

That will give some more information that may be needed.

--- George T.
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It is a file geodatabase that was created in 10.3. It is not versioned.

Joe

Joseph Cornellisson

Geologist/GIS Manager

Division of Minerals Evaluation

Office of Valuation Services, U.S. Department of the Interior

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Create a new file geodatabase. Import the corresponding feature classes to the newly created GDB.

I hope this will resolve the issue.

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I tried this. It only imported the 3539 records.

thanks

Joseph Cornellisson

Geologist/GIS Manager

Division of Minerals Evaluation

Office of Valuation Services, U.S. Department of the Interior

Denver Federal Center, Bldg 46, Suite 102

PO Box 25247

One Denver Federal Center

Denver, CO 80225

Phone: 303-969-5941

Fax: 303-969-5949

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