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Feature classes that are checked out of ArcMap using the ArcPad Data Manager tools are successfully converted to an AXF file to be used in ArcPad. However, when checking the data back into ArcMap, the Check In Results report states that the AXF file has been processed, but no edits were found in the selected layers.
One possible cause is that the feature classes that were checked out contain data that participates in a relationship class.
While ArcPad has the ability to extract data and their related tables, they are read-only in ArcMap at the ArcView license level. An ArcEditor or ArcInfo license is required to edit data that participates in relationship classes in ArcMap.