Would be very powerful. Since Attrib Table allows for sorting by column headers in ascending/descending order like Excel and ArcMap's Attrib Table, it would allow users to edit ranges of values (I think?) just like ArcMap Desktop.
I desperately need this functionality added to WAB. My data has stacked accounts so using the current Edit widget doesn't work well for us.
Have you tried the Batch Attribute Editor. This tool allows attribute updates to a selection set.
We would also need this feature in several projects!
We also need this functionality in our Esri Maps portal.
there is no other convenient way to edit Layers with Thousands of records.
we must have the option to Edit in the Attribute Table !!!!
Clients have been requesting this over and over again. It makes sense.
Please enable attribute editing and field calculate to WAB attribute table widget. This is similar to functionality that is already possible in AGOL Web Maps through the default Map Viewer.
Extra thumbs up for field calculator in WAB Attribute Table!
Has there been any more talk of this? We have a very great need for this. I don't understand why you can edit in the Attribute Table in a WEB MAP, but not in a WEB APP? This doesn't make sense.
Please add this, I have a lot of people that ask for this functionality.
Any news about this request?
I totally agree with this as a need. However, in the mean time, check out the Citizen Problem Manager solution template, which provides improved user experience for table-based editing (better than the smart editing/batch editing WAB widgets). This template doesn't really need to be deployed on top of a citizen problem reporter - you can deploy it on any of your maps where you want to leverage these editing functionalities. To get filtering options on the table, as in this example, take a look at this helpful post.
The app you are suggesting was my first choice. However, I tried this template but we have 259,000+ records that need editing and the app would stop responding. The data never loaded and the user never say anything to edit. I had to dump/delete it and go with WAB so that users had something to edit.
Agreed, problem manager is limited in other ways as well, I too turned back to WAB. The following worked best for me: Adding smart editing and batch editing widgets, in a web AppBuilder using the dashboard theme. That way they can be docked in the side panel, providing improved accessibility. But direct editing in the table widget would still be much preferred.
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