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Identify Service Areas of a Point By Attribute

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01-24-2023 10:36 AM
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GregReinecke
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Hello,

I have a layer of points called Facilities and a layer of polygons called Service Area. Each facility has a unique name and each service area has a unique name. What I do know is what service area(s) are supported by a facility. This is based on a list and NOT based on a distance to or proximity within spatial query unfortunately.

I need to be able to click (preferrable) or filter on a facility point and then see on the map which areas are associated with that point. This action or filtering needs to be based on attributes. 

I'm not sure how to organize my data tables. Would it make sense to have a record for each facility and service area combination? So if 1 facility supports 5 areas then the table would have 5 rows comprising of the same value in a facility column and each area, one per row.  

FacilityService area
Facility_1ServiceArea_1
Facility_1ServiceArea_2
Facility_1ServiceArea_3
Facility_1ServiceArea_4
Facility_1ServiceArea_5

 

I'd like the map to clearly delineate the facility and its relevant service areas after a click or filter selection. Those areas that are not relevant stay muted.

ServiceAreas.png 

Ultimately I will have this in a dashboard, likely Experience Builder.

Any thoughts or best practices would be helpful.

Thanks,

GR

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