ArcGIS Online - Attribute value drop down, coded domain

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03-08-2016 01:23 PM
RickUmble
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I created an feature service layer to be used for a light pole data collection project using Collector for ArcGIS.  Created the feature service from a file geodatabase.  Set up an attribute field, "TYPE", with 2 values available for selection in a drop down.  The "TYPE" attribute values are available for selection in a drop down list when I edit the feature service locally, however when I open the map in collector and try to add a new feature, the "TYPE" attribute values are not available.  Any help would be appreciated. File geodatabase attached.  Thanks

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AdrianWelsh
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Did you allow for editing when you published this feature class? Also, did you allow for offline editing seeing as how it will be used on Collector?

I don't know if this is possible, but can you share a link to the feature service itself?

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RickUmble
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Yes, I allowed for editing when I published the feature class and allowed for offline editing. 

Link to feature service:

http://services2.arcgis.com/18GPlQz4EhvHT4ph/arcgis/rest/services/CollectorArcGISTUlsterLightPoles/F...

Thanks for the help.

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AdrianWelsh
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Honestly, I am not sure but I would wager it has something to do with how the geodatabase is structured. I seem to recall that if a feature class is within a feature dataset in the geodatabase, then there will be issues. Could you try publishing this feature class with it not being in a feature dataset?

Though.... I just opened your feature class (in an ArcGIS Online map) and I was able to edit the features from the drop list. Maybe it's just Collector that is having issues?

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RickUmble
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I found the issue, Adrian.  I needed to go to Details - Content - More Options - Configure Pop-ups, Configure Attributes, and check the attributes I want to display and edit.  I made the change shortly after I posted yesterday.  I think this explains why you were able to edit features from the drop down list in the ArcGIS Online map.  Thanks for checking this out.

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AdrianWelsh
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Haha, it must be why! Great timing! Well, I'm glad you got it working. 

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