I've been working on a script to update my feature classes by grabbing new data from one feature class, and applying it to another feature class. It does this with several cursors, basically get value from the new data and set value to the old data. It works just fine on feature classes without feature-linked annotation.
However, if the feature class has feature-linked annotation it will run through the script and not save the updates or appends. Is this a known limitation, am I doing something wrong, or is there a work around to handle this?
My other post shows the layout of my code for reference.