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To identify changes before they are committed to the SDE database it is best to use a check-out replica (see http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//003n000000v5000000). A replica database references a version in the SDE database (see http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#/Replicas_and_geodatabases/003n000000vp000000/), ...


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You need to finish the polygon's construction with double click, right-click>Finish Sketch or F2 before saving edits.


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You should be able to do this through editor tracking: For file and personal geodatabases edited with ArcGIS for Desktop clients, and ArcSDE geodatabases you connect to through operating system authentication, the user name written is the operating system [in your case Windows] login. It sounds like you have previously been using this from the ...


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Snap tolerance is saved in the project file. So it may help to create a new project file, adding all layers one by one. Or investigate the .qgs file with a good text editor (like notepad++).


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You might test the idea that you have non-compliant data in your layer. Create a new layer by making a very small buffer (0.0001 m for instance) and then carry out the operation on that. There are also tools in the vector menu to test for errors in the data.


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I haven't used any features which require Snapping so this is not a difinitive answer but I hope it might lead you to some kind of solution: Settings > Options... > Digitizing Check that the Default snap mode is not off. You may need to add a value for the tolerance. Afterwards, you can access the options for snapping via Settings > Snapping Options... ...


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The error message seems to be clear. Are you sure, that you're trying to save lines to fields with type LineString?


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I'm writing a pyqgis 2.2 plugin with qgis 2.2 I succeeded in accessing and displaying vector data (geometries & attributes). I succeed also to create a 'beforecomitechanges' signal ( emitted, before changes are commited to the data provider). Thus a message has appeared into qgis logwindow ("comit change" label) after editing operations and before ...


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Well all our searching and trying stuff over the last two weeks finally paid off and we found out how to edit attributes of a queried feature using the Silverlight API/.NET/LINQ/REST Feature Services. I'm posting the code here in case someone else is struggling with this issue. The tricky bit is that the queried object (FeatureSet Graphic) is different ...


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I don't believe there is a way to add an additional field in ArcGIS online through your web browser. However, if you have access to ArcMap at work, you can sign into your ArcGIS online account and it will load your map from ArcGIS online. From there you can open up your shapefile and add a new field. However, I'm not sure if the same functionality exists ...


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I modified the redistribute_selection() function above to make ~/.qgis2/python/mytools.py : from qgis.core import (QgsFeature, QgsGeometry, QgsVectorLayer, QgsMapLayerRegistry, QgsField) from PyQt4.QtCore import QVariant from qgis.utils import iface import math import numpy def ...


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I'd make this a comment but wanted to post the below code that may help with the understanding of how to use a field info object, or at least add an example (from here: https://geonet.esri.com/message/287684#287684). The key happened to be (and obviously at that thread we were all struggling with it) the field info is modified as an object in memory and ...


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Those are actually two different things. Geoprocessing tools don't honor the split policies of feature classes or tables as noted on most of help pages for the tools - this one for example (look for the yellow triangle exclamation point). Those are the policies set using domains, and where that third option of Default comes in. As far as I know, this ...



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