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If the data was registered as versioned in ArcGIS 10 or earlier, you can create a versioned view from ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1 or a later release by right-clicking the table, feature class, or feature dataset, pointing to Manage and clicking Enable SQL Access. Versioned views are not supported in DB2 on the z operating system.What is a versioned view?
What is a versioned view? A versioned view incorporates a database view, stored procedures, triggers, and functions to allow you to read or edit versioned data in a geodatabase table or feature class using Structured Query Language (SQL).How to edit data in the default geodatabase version through a versioned view?
You do not set the version or start an edit session if you want to edit data in the Default geodatabase version through a versioned view. The steps you do perform are as follows: Create a versioned view on a versioned table or feature class if one does not already exist.How does ArcGIS keep track of edits from different versions?
All edits to the feature class or table are recorded in the same delta tables, regardless of the version from which the edits were made. This means that any one version references only a subset of rows from the three tables. So how does ArcGIS keep track of which rows in the delta tables belong to which version?