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A versioned view is created in the database when a feature class is registered as versioned in ArcMap or ArcCatalog. A versioned view comprises a database view, stored procedures, triggers, and functions that allow versioned data to be read or edited in a geodatabase table or feature class using SQL.
In some circumstances, a versioned view in the database has a zero at the end of the view name, such as sde.view_test_evw0, as illustrated in the following image.
Although the view that ends with _evw0 functions like any other versioned view in the database, problems may occur when attempting to access versioned views through third-party applications such as CityWorks or Geocortex, which rely on the naming convention ending in _evw.
This issue occurs when creating a versioned view with a similar name to an existing versioned view in the database. For example, when a feature class called streetlights is registered as versioned, ArcGIS creates a versioned view in the database called sde.streetlights_evw. However, if a view named this already exists in the database, the new view created when the feature class is registered as versioned is named sde.streetlights_evw0.
Delete the existing versioned views with the similar name, and re-register the feature class as versioned with the same name to recreate the view. To perform this action in ArcCatalog or ArcMap, follow the instructions below.
Note: Before unregistering data as versioned, please refer to the following help documentation: Unregistering data as versioned.