We have a hosted polygon feature layer on our internal portal site, shared to the organization and to a specific group. The edit settings allow for tracked editing and disconnected editing. Editors should be able to see all features, and add, update, or delete their own features.
The problem is that no one below Administrator user level can actually update a polygon -- that is -- they can neither reshape nor cut a polygon. According to the Member Roles page in portal, folks with a "User Role" should be able to "edit features in editable layers that are not public, based on the edit options enabled on the layer". But we're finding that Users can only create polygons, delete polygons, and edit attributes using an online web map application and the Edit Widget. Administrators can reshape and cut polygons using the same tools.
We're at a loss here. Are we doing something wrong, or is this a bug?
We talked to an ESRI representative, and they were able to reproduce the error. It's possible that it's a bug with their 10.7.1 environment. I'm not sure if it's been submitted as a bug yet.
Thanks a lot dude, I really appreciate it, I'm keep in touch with you because I'm trying to deploy it exactly that you did,.... I hope this soon, I'll have a short period of time to deploy it in my office....
Yes, actually, we just fixed it on Wednesday, with the help of an ESRI technician. Its seems as though the ArcGIS Online geometry utility service was only shared with the gis admin account on portal. Our ESRI technician logged into portal as the admin user, shared the geometry utility to the entire organization, and that allowed everyone to use the split and merge.
Great¡¡¡¡,... awesome,... how he did to share that Geometry Service?,...can you please share some screenshots or something about it?,.....Thanks again for your time, I really appreciate it.