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Unfortunately, as you know you can only grant or revoke INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE privileges as a group when working with versions inside of a geodatabase. If you revoke the DELETE privilege at the RDBMS-level you will certainly create future issues. This is a result of how versioning was designed and is handled inside of the geodatabase; you don't just have a ...


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Editor Tracking is a mechanism to add one or more attributes to a geodatabase feature class (table) in such a way that all edits are tagged with additional information. The documentation at About tracking an editor's changes to data lists four attributes which can be maintained: The name of the user who created it. The date and time it was created. ...


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In QGIS, I think that a good workaround can be afforded by activating snapping options and creates a 'New scratch layer', as in following image, because it is necessary to include 4 critical vertices in a new layer. Afterward, you can use merge processing tool (with 'New scratch layer' and original multipolygon) for producing a layer as follows; where I ...


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First off, be aware that Chrome does not work reliably for this, you are more likely to have it work in Internet Explorer On the ArcGIS Online window, at the top you have a menu bar with Home, Gallery, Map, Scene Groups, Content, Organization... click Content In the list of your content that pops up, you can find your hosted Feature Layer. Click it to see ...


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Yes, but it is a bit different but also very comfortable and easy. You have to open the processing toolbox and then choose "Edit feature in place". Then you have the tools to edit features depending on their type (point/line/polygon) like in ArcGis...but even more and better!


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If you are using ESRI products and you have point data with the proposed final elevation values of your project you can create a TIN from those points. Convert the TIN to a raster. Then replace that portion of the DEM with the raster version of your berm and pond. There is a lot of help to get you there online and these steps use standard tools. Some ...


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