Compression Error: Null value is eliminated by an aggregate or other SET operation.

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01-10-2020 06:11 AM
HeatherScroggins
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When trying to run a compress this morning I got the following error:

The first time I was trying to compress there were no versions and no connections. In other attempts to compress I had re-added all the versions and there were connections to the database and I got the same error.

After doing a little research, I found that re-building indexes seemed to fix most errors people had when compressing. I tried to re-build indexes for the entire geodatabase and still got the error above when trying to compress.

Is there anything else I can try?

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It is a 10.5.1 geodatabase running on SQL Sever 2014.

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HeatherScroggins
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So I found the issue.

We have a tool that creates ID automatically and I had forgotten to turn it off before renaming two feature classes this morning. So the tool was still looking for the old registry IDs and throwing errors.

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CraigSwadner
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What does your compress log say for that database ?

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HeatherScroggins
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It has a compress_status of 'FAILURE -51'

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HeatherScroggins
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So I found the issue.

We have a tool that creates ID automatically and I had forgotten to turn it off before renaming two feature classes this morning. So the tool was still looking for the old registry IDs and throwing errors.