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Selecting, then moving, an end junction returns the error:
"The feature could not be moved"
"The requested feature could not be located"
A second error message can also appear:
"The feature(s) could not be moved"
"The network feature does not have an associated network element"
"FDO Error -11"
Copying/Pasting a geometric network to ArcSDE for DB2 can corrupt connectivity.
FLIP and TRIM are also causing an error to occur.
The size of the network will dictate which work-around should be used. For small networks, #2 can be used. However, for larger networks #1 should be used because the time it takes to delete network elements and rebuild connectivity for large datasets is impractical.