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This example uses Oracle Spatial's Linear Referencing facility to project the inspection points onto the closest sidewalk like. It then updates the inspection point with: The id of the closest sidewalk line, The distance to the sidewalk line, The point on the line, The measure on the line from the start of the line. Let's assume the tables are like this: ...


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Go to your Web Map in ArcGIS Online, then Settings - Web Map, check "Use in Collector for ArcGIS"


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I figured out what I was doing wrong, so I'm answering with some screenshots to assist those who are like myself: fat fingered and digitally uncoordinated. First, you need to be editing the feature (that wasn't my issue but it bears repeating). On the attachment, short tap the text of the attachment. Not the image because each has its own behavior. When ...


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You have to configure your popup to rearrange the fields in AGOL. This will then be reflected in the attribute table.


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Here is the answer from my side using different functions with the trigger. Create Table... create table linestrings ( id number primary key, geom sdo_geometry ); create table inspection ( id number primary key, inspection_point sdo_geometry, linestring_id number, linestring_distance number, projected_point sdo_geometry ); insert data into ...


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ArcGIS Server -> Enterprise or workgroup geodatabase-specific requirements Versioned (traditional and branch) and nonversioned geodatabase data is supported in feature services. Esri recommends that you use nonversioned data in feature services because it scales better for editing. There are some complex data types (for example, network edges), ...


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I am not sure you can. I stand to be corrected, but...the way I understood how Collector works, is as the device signs into the system (Portal / AGOL) and downloads the shared data, the device is assigned a unique ID. This ID changes (as in you can log in and download data multiple times and each time the device will get a new ID. It is therefore ...


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If I understand correctly, you're adding data from AGOL or Portal/Enterprise to ARCmap for desktop, making some edits and then publishing it back to AGOL/Portal? If so, you don't want to publish it, you want to sync it. Once you've added your AGOL-feature-service to ArcMap for desktop you can right click and "create a local copy for editing". You then ...


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