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Synchronizing topology(ArcInfo and ArcEditor only)

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Last modified April 2, 2009
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After topologies have been synchronized, all the changes (inserts, updates, and deletes) are flagged as dirty areas.

The standard topology and version reconciliation rules will apply during reconcile and post on synchronization.

The following example describes the behavior of a topology upon synchronization. When the replica is created, the entire area is dirty. After validation, an error feature is still present.
Three edits are then made:

  1. The error is fixed but not validated.
  2. A building is deleted but not validated.
  3. An error is created and validated.
When the child replica is synchronized with the parent replica, all these edits appear as dirty areas on the parent and need to be validated.

Synchronizing topologies

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