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I am getting this specific error and the following technical article solution does not work, any suggestions?

The local edits were not synchronized to the server.

Cannot convert polylines or polygons with curves to JSON format

http://support.esri.com/fr/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/43902/print I got the following error, but the solution from the technical artical did not work - any suggestions?

Cannot convert polylines or polygons with curves to JSON format

Article ID: 43902

Error Message Attempting to synchronize local edits containing true curves from ArcMap to ArcGIS Online displays the following error message: “The local edits were not synchronized to the server. Cannot convert polylines or polygons with curves to JSON format.” Cause This is a known limitation. The error occurs if the edits contain true curves; a true curve is a curve that only has two vertices as endpoints. Currently, ArcGIS Online does not support true curves created in the geometry of lines and polygons. Solution or Workaround

  1. In ArcMap, create a local copy of the feature service for editing.
  2. Export the feature service as a shapefile, and save the shapefile to the desired location.
  3. Select and delete all features in the local copy of the feature service.
  4. Copy and paste the features from the shapefile into the local copy.
  5. Save the edits, and sync the edits to the server. Related Information ArcGIS Help: Making a local copy of a feature class for editing Created: 1/14/2015 Last Modified: 3/3/2015
  • Link to help article is broken. Having the same issues, was there any follow up or resolution to this issue? – RyNo's Jan 13 '17 at 22:53
  • @RyNo's no straightforward answer, other than "Closing and reopening ArcMap resolved this issue after also exporting and importing the lines." – Stella Jan 16 '17 at 19:47
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Closing and reopening ArcMap resolved this issue after also exporting and importing the lines.

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