There are multiple users of ArcMap using their own versions for uploading edits to our Master database. We are not live editing, these edits are reconciled and posted each day, sometimes twice in one day to the parent version.
There is debate within my team of why we are consistently getting conflicts in ArcMap between users - more often than not the conflict version is a later edit version than the pre-reconciled edit therefore some right click on the conflict and click replace with conflict version.
Others right click on the conflict and select Mark as visited.
We are wondering whether both of these options are correct and that we are just destined to always have conflicts or just the one option is correct and would prevent many of the conflicts we are having with others and ourselves?
We are also receiving conflicts with ourselves from previous day edits - could this just be user error when reconciling and posting or could it be influenced by the time the servers are set to as we have been told the servers are set to UTC time as opposed to NZ standard time.
Conflicts from others that are no where near our area also happens often and results from marking these conflicts as visited are producing weird copy's of previously edited polygons.