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I have feature service which I am accessing through a Silverlight viewer. The popups contain all the available fields (about 40), most of which have coded value domains. Looking at the popup, these fields appear blank. If I click on the Edit Values button, the fields' existing attribute information appears (which I can see in ArcMap).

This might be an issue with version 3.1 of the viewer; similar issues are mentioned on the ESRI forums. I have not had this problem before, and I could see the values in the viewer three days ago. The only thing that's different is I had to republish the service after making cosmetic changes to the map. The data, field aliases etc all stayed the same.

  • What's the question? – nmtoken Apr 2 '16 at 15:37
  • @nmtoken The question was in the title: The attribute information was not showing up in the popup in the Silverlight viewer. I don't regard this question as valid anymore as Silverlight is dead and it was most likely some issue on the company's network/browser cache. – Cindy Jayakumar Apr 5 '16 at 5:26
  • The title is a statement, not a question. A question might be what's wrong with my code?, or is this a browser issue? In any case I couldn't determine what the definitive question was so, that's why I added the comment. – nmtoken Apr 5 '16 at 7:22
  • @nmtoken Look at the related questions and see how many questions are expressed as statements, but are clearly questions. If it's bothering you, feel free to rephrase the question with a question mark. – Cindy Jayakumar Apr 5 '16 at 8:39

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