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I'm using ArcPad Data Manager (ArcMap 10) to check in data in axf file. I can check in feature layers, but I can't check in related tables and the feature class parent of the related tables.

I have tried changing the [AXF_STATUS] to 1 in the parent feature layer and in its child related table, but it doesn't work too.

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After several tests in the process of check out - check in, I discovered that I have a related table named 'user'. This table couldn't be checked in and its parent couldn't, either. So, I've changed 'user' to 'utilisateur' and it works :D. So, 'user' is a keyword that should be avoided in geodatabase design.

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