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Performance of AGOL web layer

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06-20-2023 10:51 AM
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YS2388
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New Contributor III

Hello everyone!

I have a polygon feature class with 8500 features and total size of around 100mb that I have been trying to publish to AGOL. Shared as a web layer, the performance in the map viewer is terrible, it takes about 2 minutes to draw (if it's drawn at all) and zooming in/out is basically out of the question.

I have simplified and cleaned up the data as much as I can. This dataset is down from 2.5 million features and around 3gb. I am out of ideas so would greatly appreciate any help.

Thank you!

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jhindleCRG
New Contributor III

Have you adjusted your zoom levels and scaling dependencies?

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YS2388
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New Contributor III

Hi there. Yes I have done those things. I have also tried publishing it as a map service and then to AGOL, but that was even worse performing. 

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Katie_Clark
MVP Regular Contributor

When you published the data, did you just set a definition query to filter out the records, or did you actually create a new layer from the selected features?  

Best,
Katie


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YS2388
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New Contributor III

No definition query. The data has been filtered as much as possible for my purposes and a new layer has been created.

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jhindleCRG
New Contributor III

If you create a webapp or experience builder app, you can add a spatial query to only show you features in your viewing extent.

 

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YS2388
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New Contributor III

Thanks for the suggestion, I will investigate further!

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