Available with Standard or Advanced license.
When you reconcile, the version you are editing is updated with changes from the target version. You may notice features changing as insertions, updates, and deletions of any feature or record from the target version are applied to your edit session.
These instructions assume you are working in ArcMap and are connected to the version you want to reconcile with an ancestor version.
- If the Versioning toolbar is not already open, click Customize on the main menu, point to Toolbars, and click Versioning.
You may have to scroll down the list of toolbars to see the Versioning toolbar option.
- Click the Reconcile button on the Versioning toolbar.
- Click the target version.
- Specify how you want conflicts defined.
Options for defining a conflict
Define conflicts at this level To detect these cases
A second user edits the same row or feature, or topologically related features, as you did. The conflict occurs even if you edited different attributes. This is the default.
A second user edits the same attribute of a feature or table.
- Specify whether to resolve all conflicts in favor of the edit version or the target version.
If you resolve in favor of the target version, all conflicting features in the current edit session are replaced by their representations in the target version. If multiple users are editing the same version and conflicts are detected, the feature that was first saved replaces the edit session's representation. If you resolve conflicts in favor of the edit version, all conflicting features in the current edit session take precedence over conflicting representations in the target version.
- Click OK.