In a versioned environment, all edits are stored in what we call delta tables, or Adds and Deletes tables, and these tables are assigned to a unique state ID. Edits are held in the delta tables to handle any conflicts in a multi-user enterprise geodatabase. A compress operation trims the delta tables of any unreferenced state ids, consolidating the states lineage down to one state. If a state is still being referenced, it will remain in the delta tables, resulting in a partial compress.
In a fully compressed geodatabase, there are no rows in the delta tables, and the state tree is trimmed back to one state, state_id=0. Although a full compress is ideal, it is not always necessary and in some cases may not even be practical. For example, if there are many multi-generation replicas in your geodatabase that are not unregistered before the compress, you will need to send changes for all of these replicas to achieve a full compress. If there are many Two-way replicas, and you intend to fully compress both the parent and the child geodatabases, this process of synchronization will need to be done separately from both geodatabases, even if there are no changes to be sent.
This blog post provides updated deprecation information regarding ArcGIS 10.3 and 10.2.x. The first version of the 10.3 series was released in December 2014. Starting in 2014, with the release of ArcGIS 10.2.1, the pattern for the deprecation plan changed from a … Continue reading
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The Esri Support Services team will be at the 2015 Esri Developer Summit, and we will be offering appointments for your technical questions. Specialists in all areas of Esri software will be available to assist with your questions. Users attending the … Continue reading
You’ve just updated your client and geodatabases to ArcGIS 10.3, and you want to ensure you are using the most up-to-date ArcSDE command line tools and application server install. So where is the install for ArcSDE 10.3? Continue reading
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We are pleased to announce that web help for ArcGIS 10.3 has a new home! To access the web help, please click the respective links below.
ArcGIS for Desktop
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Similar to the help websites for ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online, the new web help is a comprehensive place to find documentation and other resources related to ArcGIS 10.3. Continue reading
Are you tired of implementing and managing different third-party libraries when creating your own applications? This blog shows you how to implement CocoaPods with Xcode 6.1 and use CocoaPods to download ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS. Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro is the latest addition to the Esri Desktop suite of software. It offers a brand new way to do GIS, and with that, a brand new way to license and distribute the software. Check out these six great tips to … Continue reading
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ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android and for iOS allows developers to consume different kinds of awesome services from ArcGIS for Server. However, when debugging a mobile application, sometimes it is difficult to determine if the issue comes from the service or from the application. Setting up the server and making it send an HTTP response for a test can be a lot of work. But what if we can stop time and make a “fake” response? Continue reading