This patch is intended for installation on top of ArcFM 9.3 SP1 (build 4961) and replaces previously issued patch #5061 and #5056.
Functionality Included: This patch corrects an issue where the conflict resolution is not respected during a mobile import under certain conditions. Specifically, when a feature is deleted on the enterprise but edited in the field and then imported with conflict resolution in favor of the enterprise. This only occurs when the feature in question participates within a relationship.
Recommended Users: Clients who use ArcFM or Designer Mobile products in conjunction with workspace packets.
Notes: If you did not already do so with Mobile Patch #5056, mobile data will need to be modified. To correctly assign Server OIDs to all objects, you will need to run the ServerOID tool on your existing backdrop databases. This corrective measure has only been applied to the ServerOID tool, and has not been corrected in the ArcFM Geodatabase Extraction tool. Any backdrop databases created in the future would need to first be created using the ArcFM Geodatabase Extraction, followed by running the ServerOID tool on the newly created backdrop.
The following files are included in the patch and will replace existing files:
Patch #5068 contains the following bug fixes:
Updating related objects to a feature class on both the enterprise and field and then importing the field edits prior to updating the backdrop could result in the loss of those related object classes if those edits cause conflicts and the user resolves those conflicts in favor of the enterprise.
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