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I have created an sde table in PostgreSQL 9.5 named parcels from ArcCatalog version 9.5.

ID   NAME  TYPE_ID
1    x     1
2    y     1
3    z     2

I created parcel types as Domain in ArcCatalog. So I can see my data in ArcMap like this:

ID   NAME  TYPE_ID
1    x     Type-1
2    y     Type-1
3    z     Type-2

So I will publish this table on ArcGIS Server Enterprise 10.5. How will users see my TYPE of parcels, when they get feature info. As numeric or domain description value?

  • I certainly hope you didn't create and publish this as an "sde table" (owned and accessed as the sde login). SDE, the product, no longer exists. Tables in in an enterprise geodatabase can be referred to as "tables" or "feature classes", but "sde table" creates unnecessary confusion. – Vince Jan 5 '18 at 12:59
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Since you have assigned a domain to a field in a feature class, after you will have a map service published, the values visible to the end users will come from the domain. So, it will be domain description value.

  • Will I use domain code value while updating? – barteloma Jan 5 '18 at 12:43
  • No, when editing the features you need to submit the "real" values (so if you have an integer field, you won't be able to pass a string). The domain won't handle this for you. – Alex Tereshenkov Jan 5 '18 at 12:59

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