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This question has been asked here GDB Compression Not Updating Base Tables, but the solution provided is not what I am looking for. I have registered a feature class and made some edits in that version, the version is default. I want to sync these changes in base table without unregistering it. I know that compression does not transfer changes if edits are not referenced by all the versions therefore I don't have have any other version than default. How can I transfer these changes to base map without unregistering it? Why doesn't compression makes any chages?

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  • You are mistakenly asserting only one version, since replication requires a version as well. It's quite possible you have a number of versions or even a corrupt version tree. Tech Support would be better able to walk you through repair. – Vince May 20 at 11:14
  • I have deleted all replicas therefore its associated versions are also deleted. Where can I check the other version, I dont see any in the tree. – Ayaz49 May 20 at 11:57
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    So your enterprise geodatabase install may have been corrupted in the gyrations. This is a Tech Support topic, not something for GIS SE, because it requires too much back-and-forth. There are tons of GeoNet discussions on the topic of listing versions, like this one – Vince May 20 at 12:32
  • Ok, Thank you . – Ayaz49 May 20 at 16:10