Normally opening a geopackage in ArcGIS Pro (2.3.0) works fine, but recently I came across a new “nice” error-message: “Underlying DBMS error… gpkg is remote mounted and in WAL-mode“.
History of the geopackage: It was created external with QGIS 3.6 on a notebook (local drive).
Solution number 1 (the just so one) :
Opening the gpkg on the “new infrastructure” with QGIS and export all layers into a new geopackage (e.g. with package layers) directly on the network share. The new geopackage written directly on the network share worked with ArcGIS Pro 🙂
Solution number 2:
After doing some research on WAL (Write Ahead Logging), I came across another working solution which avoids creating a new GPKG-File.
Opening the gpkg with a SQLite editor or Spatiallite-editor like SpatialiteGUI and change the following setting with a SQL command:
More on this topic: https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/224188/geopackage-error-is-mounted-and-in-wal-mode-this-combination-is-not-allowed