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Return a url based on a feature attribute in pop-up using Arcade?

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12-01-2022 02:03 PM
Hayley
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I am trying to embed a URL into my pop-ups for a rubbish collection map. 

If the collection week of a boundary is week one, I want the URL to go to the week one page. 

If the collection week of a boundary is week two, I want the URL to go to the week two page. 

I would like the URL to be embed into the word "here" in the pop-up as seen below:

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What expression is needed to pass through the correct URL for each pop-up? I have started with what I have below but am aware URLs need to be formatted in a certain way. Any pointers much appreciated!

 

if ($feature.Week == "Week 1") {
    return "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57072"
}

if ($feature.Week == "Week 2") {
    return "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57073"
}

 

 

HL
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Hayley
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I found another way around it, using the expression below:

 

var calendarone = "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57072"
var calendartwo = "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57073"

if ($feature.Week == 'Week 1') {
    return calendarone
}
else {
    return calendartwo
}

 

Hayley_0-1669949320517.png

 

 

HL

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wayfaringrob
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You'll want to add the Arcade as an attribute expression, and then point the hyperlink to that expression. It looks like you're using Map Viewer Classic, so that button is here:

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Once you're there, try adding this expression:

var week = $feature.Week
decode(week, "Week 1", "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57072", "Week 2", "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57073")

Then, with "here" selected in your popup configuration, click Link and enter the name of your attribute expression in brackets, like this:

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Click 'Update.'

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Hayley
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Hi @wayfaringrob thanks for your help!

 

I have created that as a new expression however am getting the error "Execution Error: Must have a default value result."

Am I missing something here? Thanks!

HL
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Hayley
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Hi again @wayfaringrob, I added the default value to the end of the expression and tested with no error.

var week = $feature.Week
decode(week, "Week 1", "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57072", "Week 2", "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57073", default)

 

The pop-up has recognised the word "here" as a hyperlink in the pop-up however it does not navigate to anywhere/can't be clicked. Am I missing something here? Thanks!

Hayley_0-1669935969983.png

 

HL
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Hayley
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Occasional Contributor II

I found another way around it, using the expression below:

 

var calendarone = "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57072"
var calendartwo = "https://www.ashburtondc.govt.nz/?a=57073"

if ($feature.Week == 'Week 1') {
    return calendarone
}
else {
    return calendartwo
}

 

Hayley_0-1669949320517.png

 

 

HL
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wayfaringrob
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Nice! Yeah, the Arcade documentation said the default portion was optional so I'm not sure why it didn't work that way.

Hayley
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Occasional Contributor II

Thanks for your help @wayfaringrob 🙂

HL
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