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Is it possible that, with ArcGIS Desktop 10.2 edition , can be save all attachments(photos) from ArcGIS online feature service?
Is there a way to export the attachments out of the database and into a file folder. For instance, I would like to be able to take all of the attachments and produce .jpg images in a folder external to the database. Currently, I would have to open each attachement individually and perform a Save As. This won't fly when I have to do that 1000 times. Having the ability to export all attachements would be ideal. Having the ability to export these attachements and assign a file name based on table attributes would be even better.
I have just collected 1500 points each with attachments(pictures) and it seems that when create a local copy for editing to use the script to extract the attachments I can only get 1000 features to copy over, is this a arcgis online file limit? a setting's feature limit?
How can I get all my features downloaded, and have each features attachments saved locally.
I have been successful before I went out and collected all 1500 with a few hundred and everything worked fine, now it seems that since I have over 1000 features and it's hosted on arcgis online there I can not create a local copy with every feature!
Please some help would be helpful.
I found out that you can change the amount of records that the feature service displays and downloads when you make a local copy
The steps taken in order to access the Service Definition File were the following:
For performance reasons, we don't recommend setting the value above 2000.
If your goal is to just extract the data with attachments from an ArcGIS Online hosted feature layer, our recent update now supports exporting a file geodatabase of the layer with all attachments. This shouldn't require increasing the query limit on the service endpoint.
Getting an error now when trying to edit the layer definition. Nothing was edited but the "maxRecordCount" and a constant error of" Invalid definition for 'LastEditDate'. Even when I am NOT editing the "maxRecordCount" and press the "Update Layer Definition" button this error occurs on each of my feature services. I am hosting all the data on ArcGIS Online and not running a server.