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Instructions provided describe how to apply a geographic transformation when synchronizing a replica. This may need to be done, for example, if the data on the parent and child geodatabases are stored in different coordinate systems, which are based on different datums, and a shift needs to be applied to the data when it is synchronized between the databases.
To learn how to initially create a replica with this data configuration, see the articles within the Related Information section.
If a geographic transformation needs to be applied, it must be specified every time the replica is synchronized. There are a few different ways to apply a geographic transformation during a replica synchronization through the ArcGIS user interface. Using any of the four options below applies a geographic transformation to the data transferred during the replica synchronization.