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Okay, after much trial and error I have figured it out. I had to use a combination of URL encoding and HTML encoding. In the end, there were 3 symbols the software/browser/server was having trouble with: '&', '{', and '}' For the '&', HTML encoding was needed. For the '{', HTML or URL encoding was accepted. For the '}', URL encoding was needed. ...


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We use ESRI's Survey123 to collect meter reading data AND water quality monitoring data (amongst other things). You will need either ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise to use Survey123. Note that even with ArcGIS Online, it can be configured to store the survey results into your local enterprise geodatabase (instead of the default of storing in ArcGIS ...


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A good start would be to check out Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS It would be a good addition if you are looking to add to your tool set as you can: Use charts, gauges, maps, and other visual elements to reflect the status and performance of people, services, assets, and events in real time. From a dynamic dashboard, view the activities and key ...


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At the end I managed by creating a filter in the "Map configuration" window (where a map can be imported to the Operations Dashboard). The filter is: "STATE" == "DAMAGED". Then, I created a Summary widget, selecting the "counting" option (rather than "statistics"), and pointing to the filter in the "Source data" voice. That did the trick. Now, whenever I (...


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The following is an except from an Esri technical article: Relating tables, via relationship classes, may be performed in ArcMap and then published as a service. Related records may then be displayed in pop-up windows in ArcGIS Online. Depending on how the relationship class is created, users are able to add or update features and have the ...


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You could use %26 instead of the & Tool to encode for example http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/dencoder/ If you can edit in plain html you could use this just for the href.


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you will need to use ArcGIS for Server, to host dynamic data inside a ArcGIS Online Web Map .Then use the services rest end point in your AGOL web map. Alternatively you can write a python script to update (overwrite) the web feature service at a set schedule using your ArcMap layers.


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For a hosted feature layer, you can overwrite the layer and maintain the widget connection. Check out https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/manage-data/manage-hosted-feature-layers.htm and scroll to the 'Overwrite hosted feature layers' section.


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For what you are after, I suggest you use a Rich Text element instead. In the text editor, click <> Source to insert HTML. Then, do what you were describing; add an anchor tag <a> with an image tag <img> inside of it. <a href="https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/1-1-Cal-OES.png" target="_blank"> <img src="...


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it can be done using the ArcGIS API for Javascript, check the following link: Extend Operations Dashboard


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You are going to want to configure your widget's properties, and under Data Source, chose your layer with Selection. That should enable your widgets to work off the selected features.


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Once you have uploaded your CSV files, you can open the item and convert them to hosted feature services.. These will then work fine in Ops Dashboard.


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Make an event layer of your .csv's within ArcMap, export those to a shapefile/feature class, then publish those as my hosted services. Within your my content tab, add your feature layers to a webmap, save that webmap. Open Dashboard, add that webmap, and your layers should be accessible.


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It's likely that your layers are not in one of the supported formats. According to a post on the ArcGIS website only hosted feature layers etc. can be used as data sources:


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