We have seen an error like this after we upgraded from 10 to 10.2.1. The upgrade was successful but we could not make schema changes afterwards. I do not believe that this has anything to do with ArcFM. Have you upgraded ArcSDE recently? Do you have any custom spatial references? Have you added any new datasets lately? Are you using st_geometry? Check your sde.st_spatial_references. What rows are in there? Do you have a test environment?
Thanks for your reply. I’m working with my IT guys to get some answers for you. BUT… its creating more questions for you too.
To answer your questions:
We are testing in our GISTEST environment. It is set up with ArcGIS10.0.4 SP5.
We have just today created a new dataset with two feature classes for testing without it being ArcFMified. This test has been very good so far meaning we can edit without any errors.
We do not have any custom spatial references.
We are set up in this test environment to use st_geometry.
What exactly does the SRID mean? And should they match? Example: should all the layers in our Gas dataset have the same SRID?
In the ST GEO st_spatial_reference spreadsheet you’ll see SRID values 0-15 and yet in the ST GEO layer info and ST GEO geometry columns spreadsheets there are SRIDs of 101 and 47. Where are these coming from? Should these two match somehow?
Thanks for your help with us understanding all of this…
emailing you directly...