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What about the Oslandia Versioning Plugin for QGIS? http://www.oslandia.com/qgis-versioning-plugin-en.html Contrary to the promises on the website, I can't find it in the QGIS Plugin Repository.


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With the following method you can loop through your versions of a table and check for their difference with their parent version: public static IFIDSet FindVersionDifferences(IWorkspace workspace, String childVersionName, String parentVersionName, String tableName, esriDifferenceType differenceType) { // Get references to the ...


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You are almost there. You just need to test in the list comprehension you get that the v.name is not equal to certain strings. def getParameterInfo(self): """Define parameter definitions""" param0 = arcpy.Parameter( displayName="Input Features", name="in_features", datatype="GPString", ...


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Have you tested ReconcileVersions_management in data management toolbox? This tool reconciles a version or multiple versions against a target version. It can be used standalone or with python window of ArcMap. However that tool won't pop up the interactive conflict window. To pop up that window I suggest you to create a python addin (a bottom) and set the ...


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You need to start editing in order for the versioning buttons to be available. Go to Editor toolbar and "Start Editing". When you are finished with Reconcile and Post, Save and Stop Editing.


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You have no control over setting up versioning in hosted feature services in ArcGIS Online. There is nothing stopping you from registering your ArcGIS for Server services with ArcGIS Online in a hybrid approach. These ArcGIS for Server services can be pointing to a specific version within the GeoDatabase. Let me know via comments if you need further ...


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After spending couple of hours with ESRI support, I concluded that it is not possible through ArcGIS. However, if you are willing to fiddle with your underlying database, you can hack the versions table to temporarily change any version's parent to virtully any other temporatily and then reconcile and post as desired. Of course you do all that at your own ...


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Geogig (http://geogig.org/) can do geospatial data versioning. If different users modify the same feature, it can get tricky, but merging and versioning distributed editing is easy. Geogig works on shapefiles, postGIS databases, and a few other data formats. They're working on a QGIS plugin, but I haven't seen any updates on that in a few months.


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Many of the columns listed in inputFields did not actually exist in the database table. Documentation says they should exist but they don't. STATE_ID was not one of the missing columns and I'm still not sure what that was about. Now that I updated the column names in inputFields, everything is fine.


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The error message states: STATE_ID is not a column in my table So try this code snippet to show whether or not it does exist there: import arcpy inFc = <your feature class> fields = arcpy.ListFields(inFC) for field in fields: print field.name You appear to be using geodatabase versioning so the above may or may not reveal anything. I ...


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As far as I know there is no PostGIS-Versioning plugin available at the moment. Perhaps you could have a look at the old Version in the still existing SVN to get an Idea of how to implement one of your own? https://www.kappasys.ch/svn/pgversion/branches/pgversion_branch/ If you use the plugin builder you can get an up to date "skeleton" for a new Plugin: ...


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To allow users to view/edit data based on geographical regions (North/South), replication is there for you. You should replicate your data and assign each dataset to individual user. If you aren't familiar with database replication,Here is a good starting point. If replication is too complex for your scenario (vince comment), you can use definition query ...



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