New issue in Pro attribute table editing

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09-22-2020 10:41 AM
RonaldVanderpool
Occasional Contributor

After 2.6 and now on 2.6.1 I have this re-occurring error when attempting to edit a feature field that has an attached domain.

See the attached video.........

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JoeBorgione
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Couple questions:  what happens when you try a record where that field has a value?  Also, what type of GDB is the data stored in?  If in an enterprise gdb, does you user have read permissions to the domain?

Just to verify:  In your table of contents, right click on the feature class and select Design; choose Domains and that will show you all the domains the the gdb.  Click on fields and that will expose what Domain is assigned to what field in that feature class.

can't wait to retire....
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RonaldVanderpool
Occasional Contributor

Hey Joe!

Same results if I try to edit a field attribute that has existing data. The data for this occurrence resides in and ESRI AGOL server as a feature service. The web map was added and opened in Pro. The features are part of the web map.

The TOC>Feature>Design>Fields shows the domain but it is ghosted as it is now in the AGOL and not desktop FGDB.

The same thing occurs when I open a new blank map and add the feature from the AGOL.

Not really a big deal as long as the Attributes Pane opens and the data can be edited there. Still some form of a glitch that should not happen.

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JoeBorgione
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Sorry, I've never dealt with a domain in AGOL...

can't wait to retire....
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KoryKramer
Community Moderator

It sounds very similar to what is reported here BUG-000129214: ArcGIS Pro 2.5 does not consistently display drop-do.. 

You could visit the support site and use the Subscribe button to receive updates - that will also increment the bug subscription number which can help to prioritize the issue.

RonaldVanderpool
Occasional Contributor

Roger that! Thanks Kory.

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