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Map layers published as feature services with branch versioning can be edited by other ArcGIS Pro users in your organization. Editors create versions from the default version, which can be added to maps for editing.
Access to published feature services requires Portal for ArcGIS credentials. Use the following steps to create and switch to a child version:
Si votre service d’entités n’est pas encore publié, partagez-le en tant que couche Web avec référencement linéaire et gestion des versions.
- Sign in to ArcGIS Pro with your portal credentials.
It must be a portal with a federated ArcGIS Server site.
- Dans la fenêtre Catalog (Catalogue), cliquez sur l’onglet Portal (Portail). Sous My Content (Mon contenu), cliquez avec le bouton droit de la souris sur le service d’entités publié et sélectionnez Add To New (Ajouter à nouveau/nouvelle) > Map (Carte).
You can also search and add editable feature services that have been shared with you in groups and portals .
To add a specific layer in a feature service, double-click the service to show all layers present and choose the specific layer to add to the map.
- In the Contents pane, click List By Data Source and click the feature service layer.
The Versioning tab appears on the ribbon.
When a feature service is added to a map, it is added using the default version. Always create a new version from the default version before starting any edits.
- Click New Version on the Versioning tab.
The New Version dialog box appears.
With a branch versioned feature service, you can create new versions from the default version only, not from a user version. There can be many child branch versions created from default, but no grandchild versions.
- Type a name for the new map version in the Name text box.
- Optionally, provide a description for the map version in the Description text box.
- Click Private, Protected, or Public to set the access level for the map version.
- Private—Only the owner or the geodatabase administrator can view the version and modify versioned data or the version itself.
- Protected—Any user can view the version, but only the owner or the geodatabase administrator can edit datasets in the version or the version itself.
- Public—Any user can view the version. Any user who has been granted read/write (update, insert, and delete) permissions on datasets can modify datasets in the version.
- Check the Change to this new version check box to switch to the child version when the new version is created.
Check Change to this new version each time you create a version.
- Click OK.
The new version is created, and if Change to this new version was checked, the editor version is shown in the Data Source list.
You can also switch versions by right-clicking the feature service layer in the Data Source list and clicking Change Version.
- Ensure that the child version is shown in the Data Source list in the Contents pane before making any edits.
After creating and switching to a child version, you can begin working with feature services in your own versions, updating the data, and merging your changes back to the default version when finished.
Data edits made to the default version are permanent. There are no undo, redo, save, or discard options for edits made to the default version. When a service layer is added to the map, you should create a new version to ensure the default version is not accidentally edited.
A single feature service can be edited by multiple users across multiple versions. Each version can be accessed by multiple users to view and interact with the data, however, if a user is going to edit a version, only that user should access the version while editing. When an editor has an edit session open for a version, only that user is able to access the version of the service.
Feature services with the same version should not be used simultaneously in multiple maps in an ArcGIS Pro project, in multiple instances of ArcGIS Pro, or in both ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Event Editor at the same time.
Now that you have created and switched to a new child version of the shared web layer, you are ready to make your edits.