geophotog

After user selects "Save Edits" (Editor), updated fields revert to previous values!!

Discussion created by geophotog on Mar 5, 2011
Latest reply on Mar 5, 2011 by geophotog
I am working in VBA with ArcGIS Desktop 9.3.1, SDE and Oracle.

My feature class is versioned and has a composite relationship with a standalone table (also versioned).

While in an edit session:

  • My code listens for edits to the feature class.

  • When an edit is made, the code updates the Rev_Date field in the edited feature class with the current date.

  • User can visually verify the updated Rev_Date in the Attribute Window.

  • User can continue to make edits on other features and they all reflect the updated Rev_Date.

However, after user selects "Save Edits" from the Editor menu, the Rev_Date for all edited features revert to original values!

Is this problem due to a compatilitity issue between the interfaces I am using (ifeaturecursor, ifeature.value) and fields residing in a versioned (SDE) feature class?

My code for the update is below.

Thanks, Jill (USFS, Region 6)


Public Sub UpdateAnnoLayer(k, l As Long)
On Error GoTo EH

[INDENT] 'Initialize variables

Dim m_pMxDoc As IMxDocument
Set m_pMxDoc = ThisDocument 'Application.Document
Dim m_pMap As IMap
Set m_pMap = m_pMxDoc.Maps.Item(0)
Dim m_pCurrentLayer As ILayer
Dim pFeatureLayer As IFeatureLayer
Set pFeatureLayer = m_pMap.Layer(gi_LayerIndex) 'sets reference layer to current layer
Dim pFeatureClass As IFeatureClass
Set pFeatureClass = pFeatureLayer.FeatureClass
Dim pQueryFilter As IQueryFilter
Set pQueryFilter = New QueryFilter
Dim pFields As IFields
Set pFields = pFeatureClass.Fields
Dim pFeatureCursor As IFeatureCursor
Dim mi_FieldIndex1 As Integer
mi_FieldIndex1 = pFields.FindField("REV_DATE")
Dim pFeature As IFeature
Dim i As Long

'Change the REV_DATE and DATA_SOURCE values in annotation feature to _
match values entered in form
For i = k To l 'UBound(ga_FieldValues)
[INDENT] pQueryFilter.WhereClause = "OBJECTID = " & ga_CollectedEdits(i)(6)
Set pFeatureCursor = pFeatureClass.Update(pQueryFilter, False)
Set pFeature = pFeatureCursor.NextFeature
If pFeature Is Nothing Then
[INDENT] MsgBox "Anno Layer not updated. Unable to locate query " _
& pQueryFilter.WhereClause & " on layer index " & gi_LayerIndex
Exit Sub [/INDENT]
Else
[INDENT] pFeature.Value(mi_FieldIndex1) = Date
Set pFeature = pFeatureCursor.NextFeature
[/INDENT] End If[/INDENT]
Next i
'Set marker to indicate current edit is complete
gb_LoopCompleted = True[/INDENT] Exit Sub

Outcomes