Distributing geodatabases allows organizations to disperse their data as necessary from central servers to regional or local offices, which may be in a connected or disconnected environment. This is achieved through replication of the geodatabase in whole or in part and dispensing these replicas as necessary throughout an organization. As the replicas are updated, changes can be coordinated between the offices through a synchronization process.
Adds global IDs to a list of geodatabase feature classes, tables, and feature datasets.
Generates an XML that describes schema differences between a replica geodatabase and the relative replica geodatabase.
Creates a replica to a geodatabase from a specified list of feature classes, layers, datasets, and tables in an enterprise geodatabase.
Creates a feature class that contains the geometries for all the replicas in a geodatabase. Attributes in the feature class store the information from the replica manager.
Creates a replica using a specified list of feature classes, layers, feature datasets, and/or tables from a remote geodatabase using a geodata service published on ArcGIS Server.
Creates an output acknowledgement file to acknowledge the reception of previously received data change messages.
Creates an output delta file containing updates from an input replica.
Creates a replica schema file with the schema of an input one- or two-way replica.
Creates a readable XML document of the geodatabase contents.
Imports changes from a delta file into a replica geodatabase, or imports an acknowledgment message into a replica geodatabase.
Applies replica schema differences using an input replica geodatabase and XML schema file.
Imports the contents of an XML workspace document into an existing geodatabase.
Creates an output delta file containing unacknowledged replica updates from a one-way or two-way replica geodatabase.
Synchronizes updates between two replica geodatabases in a direction specified by the user.