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Problem: In ArcSDE Java API 8.1, SeQuery.setSpatialConstraints doesn't work if filter has M and Z values

Description

If the filter shape passed to the SeQuery.setSpatialConstraints() method has M and Z values, the returned results are not correct. It is as if the filter shape had no M and Z values.

Cause

This is a known issue with the ArcSDE 8.1 Java application programming interface (API).

Solution or Workaround

This bug has been fixed for ArcSDE 8.1 SP2.