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IEditProperties.AutoSaveOnVersionRedefined Property (ArcObjects .NET 10.8 SDK)
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IEditProperties.AutoSaveOnVersionRedefined Property

Indicates whether the stop editing process should automatically reconcile an edit session and save the version without notification.

[Visual Basic .NET]
Public Property AutoSaveOnVersionRedefined As Boolean
public bool AutoSaveOnVersionRedefined {get; set;}

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Desktop.


AutoReconciliation provides the user the ability to delay the save process for after the reconciliation. This allows the user to inspect the results of the reconciliation prior to saving.

If AutoSaveOnVersionRedefined = True, auto reconciliation will automatically reconcile the edit session with the version's current database state and save, making changes available to others using the database.

If AutoSaveOnVersionRedefined = False, when a save occurs, the edit session will be reconciled with the version's current database state, and then a message will inform the user that the edit session has been reconciled but has not been saved.

See Also

IEditProperties Interface