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I'm trying to learn ArcGIS Pro 1.4, and with a little bit of pain I was progressing till today in which I cannot make my previous hyperlinks get ready in ArcGIS Pro. I think enabling attachments in first place and configure pop-ups afterwards might the be the right workflow to follow, correct?

I have reviewed the post: Work with file attachments, but it hasn't helped me so far with this issue.

These are the steps I have followed so far:

i.e.: I have a point fc, with some of the locations having associated files which I want to convert into attachments.

  1. Analysis tab -> Tools -> Geoprocessing pane: Enable Attachments on the fc that I want it to have hyperlinks functionality enabled.

Enable attachments

this operation went well:

Results okay

After doing this a relationship class and a table have been created in my geodatabase, OK.

ArcCatalog view

  1. Then, If I go the Attributes panel, Attachments, click +Add, when I pick up the file, it pop-ups an error:

ArcPro error

what am I missing?

  • What parameter values did you supply to those two tools? Have you reviewed the Work with file attachments documentation? – PolyGeo Jun 23 '17 at 10:17
  • (Edite above). The tools didn't raise any error, actually ArcPro raised a success message after running them every time, but still the attachments capability is not enable at all in my software. – Web-GIS entrepreneur Jun 23 '17 at 10:23
  • What parameter values did you supply to those two tools? – PolyGeo Jun 23 '17 at 10:55
  • I've attached a few screenshots. – Web-GIS entrepreneur Jun 23 '17 at 12:24
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You need to create a Match table, THEN add attachments.

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