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Dec
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comment How do you set subtypes for Collector to create multiple choice dropdowns
The .pdf you link to has a number of forms. Would you like the collector app to collect one point for multiple forms or one point per form? If you set up the underlying feature classes with the correct domains and subtypes the collector app should pick up on this. Weather observations could be per feature class or in a separate related table, but I'm not sure the collector app can handle related features.
Dec
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asked single quote escape for arcgis server rest query
Dec
4
comment Resequencing Legend Items using ArcPy?
@blah238 Interesting, I didn't know this. Can you point me in the direction of how to do this so I can update my answer?
Dec
4
comment Updates to ArcSDE via Oracle trigger
Would it be possible to work the other way? Place the trigger on the SDE table and carry out your business logic there? The trigger could easily access/update the second non spatial database. I would consider this approach because I'm not sure how feasible it is to have a map service edit fire a trigger on a non SDE database without also having a trigger on SDE
Dec
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answered Resequencing Legend Items using ArcPy?
Nov
25
comment Array to Feature Class and XYZ to Table Issues
Also is the FID different from the LineID that is being copied over or is it an ObjectID type field?
Nov
25
comment Array to Feature Class and XYZ to Table Issues
So did the second code block work except for duplicate featureIDs issue?
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
21
revised Converting personal geodatabase .mdb file to .gdb
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Nov
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suggested approved edit on Converting personal geodatabase .mdb file to .gdb
Nov
20
revised What is an inexpensive way to map underground Utilities, like pipes, gas lines and telephone lines
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Nov
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suggested approved edit on What is an inexpensive way to map underground Utilities, like pipes, gas lines and telephone lines
Nov
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comment What is an inexpensive way to map underground Utilities, like pipes, gas lines and telephone lines
There are companies that specialize in this so i guess you can Google them for your local area. Some of the technologies are ground penetrating radar and radio frequency detection. No idea how much units cost but I'm thinking you would want a trained expert to do it.
Nov
20
comment How can I export data from a feature layer in ArcGis Server?
If the data is publicly available you could try asking for an official export of it. I've worked for several clients who hated seeing their server bandwith chewed up by export processes like this and were more than happy to make copies available through ftp or GDB replication.
Nov
19
comment Basemap tiles are disjointed - bad projection?
You explicitly set a projection using the extent parameter of the map object developers.arcgis.com/javascript/jsapi/extent-amd.html. But I don't think you have too, it should pick up the projection of the basemap layer when it is loaded.
Nov
19
comment spatial join based on field
Your output should have the attributes of each input feature, i.e. data_count_date and crop_date. From the results of the spatial join can select out just the features you want based on a selection? e.g. data_count date = crop_date
Nov
19
comment Basemap tiles are disjointed - bad projection?
I don't see you explicitly setting a projection so I think the map will default to the projection of the first map service loaded. From your code it looks like you are referencing a local copy of the 3.11 style sheet but version 3.9compact of the API. Try changing these to be the same version. Also try changing them to the Esri hosted ones as a test to see if that fixes the problem.
Nov
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revised Basemap tiles are disjointed - bad projection?
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Nov
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answered Basemap tiles are disjointed - bad projection?