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If you are working from ArcGIS Desktop application such ArcMap or ArcCatalog, you should be able to list versions within a geodatabase by supplying either an .sde file connection path: workspace = r"C:\GIS\conn.sde" or path in notation Database Connections/connection.sde. If you are working from a stand-alone Python script, you have to use the .sde ...
I see in your code you create the target featureclass. So you basically have your target data model set up you just want to copy in the shapefile as new Feature, right? You could try to use the IDataExtraction Interface instead of FeatureDataConverter. Its extract method takes an IReplicaDescription as parameter. This has a init method where you can set a ...
i think it was a problem in some geometries so i execute this tools : Repair Geometry (Data Management) and now the labels appear nicely link : http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//00170000003v000000
i found this solution and it's works : right click in the dll file and click register select desktop and click register or use : http://support.esri.com/en/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/37639
At 10.1 They added a tool box for Managing the Geodatabase. One of these tools is 'Create Enterprise Geodatabase'. Once you have your basic database up and running, you use this tool to get your license from your ArcGIS Server and then create all of the underlying SDE geodatabase tables. See: ...
I have 10.2 now and can confirm that a 10.2 MXD can be opened by 10.1 and that an GeoDatabase created in 10.2 can actually be accessed from 10.0 and 10.1.
Use the Create File Geodatabase tool. Set desired version then import/export data from 10.2 geodatabase In Arcmap, from the File menu, use Save A Copy to save the mxd to an older version.
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