Last Wed, I posted a somewhat complicated set of edits, mostly deleted, updated, and inserted fiber optic cables. The QA/QC process did not reveal any errors. Soon afterward, in ArcFM 10.2 (not ArcFM Viewer), outside of an edit session, I tried to open the Connection Manager on a splice point, and I got the attached dialog, which contains the message that is in the discussion topic. We have never seen this dialog before, and I assumed that it was somehow caused by my preceding posting activity, and that the (Oracle 220.127.116.11.0) database was now corrupted. To resolve this perceived issue, I asked that the database be restored from Tue night's backup.
After the database was restored, I tried the same sequence of activities (ArcFM Viewer, no session, Connection Manager) and I got the same dialog. This leads me to believe that this problem has nothing to do with my post, and that it has existed for some time without our knowledge. I found some possibly-related information here: http://help.arcgis.com/EN/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//00vq0000000m010167
Curiously, I can successfully perform the same series of events (without the post) if I use a different stored display, or if I try it in a session. I also saved the offending stored display in an MXD file and ran the MXDDoctor on the file, to no avail. This behavior is exhibited using database accounts that have editing privileges, and administrative privileges. It appears that otherwise, we can perform all of our normal digitizing/editing activities as before. At this point, I am suspecting some kind of subtle permissions problem, but I and not sure how to proceed with an investigation, or how to resolve the issue, so I have started this discussion to see if anyone can provide us with some guidance. Thank you in advance for any help that you may be able to offer!
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