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08-12-2021 04:09 AM
littlebluepenguinnz
New Contributor II

Hi EB community,

I am beginning my Arcade journey. I do not have a background in coding. I've found tutorials on ArcGIS Learn for Arcade..

I specifically want to use Arcade for conditional visibility  in the smart forms in Field Maps, not necessarily for pop-ups or labelling.

Does anyone have a cheat sheet for commonly used expressions?

For example, currently I know how to do $feature()==(), but I'd like to know how to use a conditional expression if any of two answers are true or false. I think false is $feature()!=().

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AaronPulver
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For checking if two conditions are met you can do:

$feature["attribute1"] == "Some Value" && $feature["attribute2"] == "Some other value"

For checking if one of two conditions are met you can do:

$feature["attribute1"] == "Some Value" || $feature["attribute2"] == "Some other value"

 

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AaronPulver
Esri Regular Contributor

For checking if two conditions are met you can do:

$feature["attribute1"] == "Some Value" && $feature["attribute2"] == "Some other value"

For checking if one of two conditions are met you can do:

$feature["attribute1"] == "Some Value" || $feature["attribute2"] == "Some other value"

 

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TravisSizemore
New Contributor III

This video has some relevant info at 13:00 and 30:00. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M29_CGLQ_k

ArcGIS smart forms improve the way that you collect and update data in the field. Using the ArcGIS Field Maps web application, you can organization fields in...
littlebluepenguinnz
New Contributor II

Thank you both for your help. Have made notes of this for next time.

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