I am trying to load layers from a geopackage into ArcGIS Pro v2.3 to perform some geoprocessing. When I add the layers to the map they appear in the table of contents, but do not display on the map canvas. When I try and open the attribute table I get an error, "Shape integrity error" (error image below). I fixed the geometry of the layers and tried again. This still resulted in the same error. When I tried to open the data in ArcMap 10.5.1 everything worked fine - the layers loaded, rendered, and the attribute table was viewable. Accessing the data also worked perfectly in QGIS 3.4. Is there a way to get geopackage data to display in ArcPro? I can geoprocess in other environments but for publishing services to AGOL I would prefer to have the ability to use ArcPro to publish data stored in a geopackage due to the more flexible and complex symbology options available in ArcPro versus ArcMap.
See the explanation here: https://support.esri.com/en/bugs/nimbus/QlVHLTAwMDExOTQwNg==
I'm wondering if you'd be able to create a new geopackage in 2.3 and move the features into that... so that if the writing happens in the current version, it would work???
Also, as for the ultimate goal of publishing the geopackage, it doesn't look like that is currently supported:
I'd recommend posting that as an idea on ArcGIS Ideas in the Desktop category. Would be handy to have.
Just a note in passing, Geopackages are supported as static items in ArcGIS Online, so you can directly share them this way, and given valid geometry you can apply symbology from a layer file (for example).
I get the same error trying to read a geopackage file created by another person in QGIS 3x. ArcMap 10.6.1 will give me a longer more detailed error message, and then show me the table but not the polygons. QGIS can use it fine, and convert it to a shapefile that ArcGIS can read.