I'm having trouble syncing an Android device running Collector. I've got a Feature Service coming out of ArcGIS Server 10.2.2. We're downloading the service, taking it into the field for offline editing and syncing back in the office. I've got 5 N4 units and various other personal devices surveyors are using. This is the only one giving me an issue. The service is using LDAP, so Collector requires signing into AGOL as well as the Service. One thing I'm wondering, does the service need to be synced using the same credentials used to download it? I don't know that that is the issue, but it strikes me a the kind of gotcha I would expect to be causing issues?
Is there a set of things I can typically do to troubleshoot syncing issues? Are there logs I can open on the device?
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I would recommend you would want to sync back with the account that downloaded the data originally. It could also be sync'ed by the server admin account. For debuging the issue enable debug server logs and try to sync the data back and you should capture the error that comes through.
So, does that mean, "Yes, it MUST be synced with the same user" or , maybe? This has implications for managing hardware and staff on surveys, so a more definitive answer would be helpful.
I've tried syncing with the server admin account with no luck.
Just reiterating that it would be nice to have clarity on this:
"So, does that mean, "Yes, it MUST be synced with the same user" or , maybe? This has implications for managing hardware and staff on surveys, so a more definitive answer would be helpful."
And, by "Both will work" I assume you mean, the User who downloaded the offline map AND the Server Admin should be able to sync the data. The question remains, can anyone ELSE sync the data?