Open TIMESTAMP File

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Open TIMESTAMP File

To open TIMESTAMP file you need to have ESRI software installed. ESRI software (Environmental Systems Research Institute) produces GIS (geographic information system) software. Timestamp file is one of a files which is used to lock ESRI GDB database. If this file is present it mean that database is locked. Below are steps on how to remove a lock from GDB database:

  • If the geodatabase is stored on a network drive, determine by which user or machine the lock is held. The machine name that holds the lock is contained in the name of the lock.
  • From the machine in Step 1, close ArcMap or ArcCatalog.
  • Refresh the geodatabase folder in Windows Explorer. Check if the lock has been removed.
  • If refreshing the geodatabase does not remove the lock:
    • i. Launch Windows Task Manager.
    • ii. Click the Process tab, and end the ArcMap or ArcCatalog process.
  • Check if the lock has been removed.
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Extension Details
  ESRI GDB Timestamp
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  ESRI
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