Hi Tyler,

There is the offline editing plugin which is shipped with QGIS itself
and other plugins in the plugin manager like versioning [1], GeoGig [2]
and probably more.

Please let us know if you have feedback about these, I'd be happy to
know more!

Matthias

[1] https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/qgis_versioning/
[2] https://github.com/boundlessgeo/qgis-geogiglight-plugin

Make your tests and let us know

On 09/09/2016 01:20 PM, Tyler Veinot wrote:
> Hello;
> Been doing some searches on this topic and I though I would put it out
> here to see if anyone has a direction they can point me in. When I
> worked with NS Power we had a Oracle SDE Database through Esri and we
> could all edit our areas independently of one another and at the same
> time by bringing down a "version". We would work in a that "version" and
> when done reconcile it to the master database.
> I have also heard of people making python scripts to do something
> similar with filegeodatabases where it looks for changes by going
> through the edit date time and user stamps and amending those changes to
> the master.
> Not finding much on how or if these things can be accomplished in a QGIS
> Spatialite/SQLite environment and I suspect I am not using the proper
> terminologies in my searches. So if this is something that some of you
> have handled with in the past could you give me some direction please on
> where I can find some examples and information on how to set something
> like this up?
> Thanks;
> Tyler
> 
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