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“By attribute” conflict definition still detects spatial change (like moving a feature),

Question asked by Jamal432@gmail.com on Jan 26, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 2, 2017 by AZiegler-esristaff

“By attribute” conflict definition still detects spatial change (like moving a feature),

 

For example, if a feature class is moved in the parent and child versions and the “by attribute” is chosen as conflict definition, then why the ArcGIS detects this spatial change (moving the same feature)? I was assuming that “by attribute” conflict definition considers the change on the same “cell” of the attribute of parent and child as a conflict and has nothing to do with the spatial change. Am I correct?

 

Thank you

 

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Jamal

 

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