I am hoping to run a script that can hide certain fields from an ArcGIS Online web map. In ArcGIS Online, I would accomplish this by opening a webmap, clicking the three dots of the layer I was interested in, selecting "configure pop-up" then selecting "Configure Attribute". Finally from there I can edit the display options in the GUI shown below.
Is this something that is currently configurable from the ArcGIS API for Python?
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Regarding this question, does anybody know if it is possible via Python to change the order in which the pop-ups appear in the menu? You can do it via the Web Interface, but I haven't found a way to do so with Python. Anyone has ever tried?
This boils down to how the item is defined. For a good idea, see the second note in this post: https://community.esri.com/groups/arcgis-python-api/blog/2019/04/09/updating-layer-symbology-with-th.... My advice would be to create a Web Map as you want it to appear and then look at the definition.
Thanks for the blog, this might help me do what I want.
Using Python API, I am creating a webmap and adding a view to it. The view has three layers, and I want to configure the sequence of fields in each layer using json files.
I have created 3 json files based on all layer files in the webmap. can I update properties from json file as mentioned in your blog?
In your blog , in the first section 'update layer symbology in a webmap', in Line 5, are you searching for a layer in a webmap? it seems to list out feature services with the same name as the layer name in the web map. Please help!!.