- Multiple users are viewing Oracle spatial data in AutoCAD Map 3D 2009.
- Both users edit many features of which some are the same features. This presents a conflict when both decide to check in their changes.
- User 1 checks in his changes first so all his changes will be committed successfully.
- User 2 attempts to check in his changes but receives a revision number conflict because user 1 has modified a feature that user 2 is attempting to check in. This is where the problem lies as follows:
User 2 needs to know which features are in conflict so that he can exclude those from being checked in, but I cannot find a way to do this. If there is no way to display the features in conflict or then the user will have to check-in each edited feature individually which is tedious, not to mention somewhat ridiculous.
At the very least, it would be nice if the command could check in the features that are not conflict and leave the remaining features that are in conflict as checked out.
In addition to being able to display which features are in conflict, it would also be nice to display what those changes are. At least from a graphical stand-point.