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I have created an application using ArcGIS Online. I have some layers in it. Now I want a complete report of all layers means I want to export/download layer data in any format.

So Is there any solution or APIs, through which we can query the layers and download the data?

  • Go-to my content and export them. If exported to shapefile, open relevant dbf in Excel etc. – FelixIP Aug 29 '18 at 19:47
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The usual way to query an ArcGIS layer is by using the REST API.

You didn't mention which technology your application is using, but assuming it's a web application, you should probably use the ArcGIS API for JavaScript. More specific: The QueryTask object can be used to query data from a layer.

  • Yes, It's a web application. I am able to query data from the layer. I have some fields in the layer. Basically, I need to download the whole data(all field data) of the layer in pdf or any other format. Can you suggest any solution for that? – Tarni Aug 29 '18 at 10:25
  • If it has to be PDF, I don't think so. AGOL does not have a reporting facility (support.esri.com/en/technical-article/000012597), so you would have to use a 3rd party report generator, or try something like this: stackoverflow.com/questions/742271/…. If any format is fine, you could for instance use JavaScript to open a new window, write the results of the QueryTask to that window, and have a user save that to a file. Or perhaps have a Copy button that copies the data to the clipboard? – Berend Aug 29 '18 at 11:00

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