Esri has discovered a severe issue with an editing workflow in ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2 (2.2.2) that may incorrectly set feature attribute field values to ‘Null’ when using the Attributes pane.
This problem occurs when multiple features are selected in the tree view of the Attributes pane. If the Tab key is used to navigate between cells in the data grid, tabbing through a cell that displays “(Different values)” sets the field to ‘Null’.
Esri strongly recommends to uninstall the patch.
- On Windows, open the Control Panel.
- Search for View installed updates. Click this option.
- Right-click ‘ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2 (2.2.2)’ and select Uninstall.
If the previous patch—ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 1 (2.2.1)—is not installed, it can be downloaded from My Esri.
How will Esri correct the issue?
ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 3 (2.2.3) becomes available in early October 2018 and includes a fix for this issue, as well as the other software improvements included with Patches 1 and 2. ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 2 (2.2.2) is no longer available for download.
For continued updates and information regarding this problem, refer to the ArcGIS Pro 2.2.2 announcement on GeoNet.
Esri have also published the following technical article relating to this issue: https://support.esri.com/en/technical-article/000019162
Update 05 Oct 2018: ArcGIS Pro 2.2 Patch 3 (2.2.3) is available for download from My Esri.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your local Esri distributors support team (for Esri Australia clients, use My Esri, firstname.lastname@example.org or 1800 447 111)
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