Is it possible to view related table attachments in an Experience?

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Kara_Shindle
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Feature service published via ArcGIS Enterprise

 

I want users to be able to upload inspection PDFs to a feature in an experience or embed dashboard using a Survey123 form.

 

I set up a Survey123 that feeds a related table with attachments.

How can I view the attachments of my related table in an Experience?

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JonathanMcDougall
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@Kara_Shindle 

Hi, so as shown above - you have to ensure the relationship between feature and inspection is maintained and this is done by having the data action in the Map linking your map feature, to the inspection table Feature Info.
Even if you have multiple inspections on a feature, as I do, the feature info will filter to show all. 


NOTE - actually just realised I posted the solution also in another of your posts. I'll show the data action required here too.

 

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JonathanMcDougall
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@Kara_Shindle 

First off, could the inspections be done digitally eg; using Survey123 to avoid having pdfs in the first place?

Beyond that, yes, attachments can be viewed from the Feature Info widget, from a related table.

 

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You can see there I've got an inspection picture held against a feature, the picture is a related table attachment.

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Kara_Shindle
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No the inspections can't be done via Survey123 at this time.  Each feature will have a history of inspection PDFs from our Engineering firm.  They will upload permits and images and the results of their inspections for our Property Management team.  the PM team will then go out, make the necessary fixes, and then submit pictures and reports via Survey123.  However, we need that history of inspection PDFs attached to each feature, AND I created a related table so I could collect additional metadata for each document.

 

My issue is that I can get the Feature Info widget to display all of them, but not filter based on the feature map selection.

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JonathanMcDougall
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@Kara_Shindle 

Hi, so as shown above - you have to ensure the relationship between feature and inspection is maintained and this is done by having the data action in the Map linking your map feature, to the inspection table Feature Info.
Even if you have multiple inspections on a feature, as I do, the feature info will filter to show all. 


NOTE - actually just realised I posted the solution also in another of your posts. I'll show the data action required here too.

 

JonathanMcDougall_0-1624968470842.png

 

 

 

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Kara_Shindle
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Thank you - you are correct.  It's the same project but we had to scrap the feature that prompted the other question because of a bug with selecting stuff (I think on a chart) and I didn't make the connection that I wasn't utilizing the data connection correctly under the action menu.