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Spatial Data Server - can you edit Sql Server data?

Discussion created by gilest on Apr 5, 2013
Latest reply on Apr 7, 2013 by ciava.at
I've been reading through the documentation on SDS and am a bit confused.  In the online help (http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#/Editing_and_ArcGIS_Spatial_Data_Server/01sq0000000t000000/) it says
"Currently, data using the SQL Server geography type in a database can only be queried"
which contradicts the more general statement on the same page of
"You can edit simple, two-dimensional vector data and its attributes in any database management system supported by ArcGIS Spatial
Data Server, provided the table you want to edit contains an identifier field that the database populates with unique integer values."

So does the limitation on editing data from SQL Server only apply to the Geography type?  What if the data are using the Geometry type?

Thanks,  Terry

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