When syncing a one-way replica to the child, edits to the parcel fabric are not sent, resulting in an unsuccessful synchronization.
Last Published: May 23, 2017ArcSDE/Enterprise Geodatabase
Bug ID Number
January 21, 2015
February 14, 2023
Operating System Version
After review by the development team, it has been determined that this issue is related to a known limitation with the software that lies outside of Esri's control. The issue's Additional Information section may contain further explanation.
Known Limit for replication if there are multiple layers in the map pointing to the same feature class, it will only use the top most layer for replication. Since parcel fabric layer with LGIM enabled have the historic parcel on the top it will only replicate the historic parcels if any exist.
1. In an empty FGDB create a standard parcel fabric
2. Add the standard fabric to an new mxd
3. Re-point your parcel fabric source to the production fabric
4. apply definition query on the parcel layer for the parcels that need to be replicated
5. Use the replication wizard to create the replica
6. Perform geometry edits on the parent geodatabase and successfully sync edits to the child geodatabase.
Solution:1. Create a standard parcel fabric in an empty file geodatabase.2. Add the standard fabric to a new .mxd file. 3. Re-point your parcel fabric source to the production fabric.4. Apply definition query on the parcel layer for the parcels that need to be replicated.5. Use the replication wizard to create the replica.6. Perform geometry edits on the parent geodatabase and successfully sync edits to the child geodatabase.