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Is there a way to publish edit tracking enabled data from ArcMap (10.3.1) to a AGOL hosted service without having the edit tracking fields automatically overwritten with the time and user who published it? Looking to maintain the fields as they are in ArcMap, the data originally obtained via Collector.

  • yes share the data as a service to your AGOL organization via arcmap, this should not overwrite any data. If you want to test it preform the share of a copy of the data. – NULL.Dude Jan 29 '18 at 18:35
  • have you already tried this and it overwrites the tracking fields? – NULL.Dude Jan 29 '18 at 18:36
  • Yes, we published a geodatabase that already had editor and edit time fields, and the editor and edit time was overwritten to the username that published the data and the time that the data was published. – jtmouw Jan 29 '18 at 18:40
  • Do you ever get this resolved? I am also seeing an issue where publishing overwrites the edit tracking and creation fields. The issue seems to be with the hosted organization as it occurs in arcmap and arcgis pro. – Davin Jan 25 at 15:23

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