I have a Standalone Table that has a relationship class to a feature layer. None of the data or fields are showing when I try to view the table. The total number of records is still shown in the lower left, and I can select records by using "Select Layer By Attibute", for example, but I cannot see the selected records. The table view is below. Many options are greyed out, but notice I do have some records selected and the selection tools are available.
Thanks to anyone who may have some insight!
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I don't see any way to post a spreadsheet on the thread. The data are about 6,000 records with 15 fields, so I cannot easily post a screen shot or anything like that. You're saying a special character or string somewhere in that table could cause all the data to not display? This is a new problem, so I may be able to check all the recently created records.
Hello Thomas. Apologies for not responding, I have been out on field work and away from the computer. If you are still able/interested in helping with this issue I would appreciate it!
I have made a public copy of the layer here:
I still cannot display any data in the attribute table of the feature layer or the table view of the related table in Arc Pro. I can click on an individual location and see the fields and their entries in a pop-up, and I can look at the tables in ArcGIS Online without issue.
Thanks again for any insights!
Good catch there. I'm not sure how those came to be given those lengths, but I phoned tech support and they also identified these lengths as a potential issue. I was still able to use the layer as normal in ArcMap, and from there I rebuilt the feature service with shorter length limits and it now works in Pro. Thanks!
The field aliases in your table indicate what Thomas Colson is talking about; there are spaces and at least one special character ( & ). In Pro, are you attempting the relate to the original spreadsheet or have you used the excel to table tool, converting the spreadsheet into a fdgb table? If the latter, the tool typically strips the spaces and or special characters out of the field names.