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GDBT is still the best tool out there. Yes it is a registry hack to install in releases past 10.0 but it is one registry entry and does not affect existing installations. The GDBT installer is hard coded to look for version 10.0 and all the hack does is to direct the install to your ArcMap location. So add to this to your registry and you are good to go. ...


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Have you considered using the arcpy ChangeVersion_management() tool? From the ESRI Help page: "Each input feature layer or table view will have its workspace modified to connect to the requested version." It's pretty straightforward and doesn't require a new connection file or modify the existing connection file. You just pass the features you want ...


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You're almost there. I think two SDE connection files with the same name should work (each pointing to the desired version.) In the mxd, make sure the data is pointing to the data using the local SDE connection file. When they want to see the other version, just switch out the SDE connection file in the OS. You won't need to edit the source if the SDE files ...


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Problem Solved pMap is Input arg MainMap and axMapControl1.ActiveView.FocusMap is Input arg ChildMap IObjectCopy esriObjectCopy = new ObjectCopyClass(); System.Object copyTarget = axMapControl1.ActiveView.FocusMap; System.Object copySource = pMap; esriObjectCopy.Overwrite(copySource , ref copyTarget); IBasicMap basicMap = ...


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I am assuming that you're talking about ArcGIS. The base table would include the data that was originally loaded into the feature class. As you make edits which include adding, deleting, or changing feature geometry or attributes, entries are added to the delta tables. When you view the feature class, the software shows you a combination of the base ...



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