What is the difference between Query Top Features and standard query?

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12-03-2019 10:09 AM
DougZietz1
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I don't have server 10.7 yet but I wanted a way to aggregate query results server side and should be getting 10.7 in the near future. However, based on the example given, I don't understand how the Query Top Features operation differs from any other standard query that includes order by field and results record count. Maybe it's a bad example because it looks like it only returns a single value from groupByFields.

Using the example given, I would like to assume that there would actually be more than one 'employeeName' returned but like I said, the example is not clear since it just gives a single employeeName but 2 counts as per the topCount. Can someone confirm that given a larger data set you would get something like the extended example below?

{  "exceededTransferLimit": false,  "features": [   {    "attributes": {    "employeeName": "Jason", 	  "deliveryNumber": 25   },     "geometry": {      "x": -76.9505202472378,      "y": 36.02168768903079     }    },   {    "attributes": {    "employeeName": "Jason", 	  "deliveryNumber": 24   },    "geometry": {     "x": -80.28022828451529,     "y": 34.9904342763449   }   },
 {    "attributes": {    "employeeName": "Jill", 	  "deliveryNumber": 54   },     "geometry": {      "x": -76.9505202472378,      "y": 36.02168768903079     }    },   {    "attributes": {    "employeeName": "Jill", 	  "deliveryNumber": 53   },    "geometry": {     "x": -80.28022828451529,     "y": 34.9904342763449   }   },
 {    "attributes": {    "employeeName": "Albert", 	  "deliveryNumber": 4   },     "geometry": {      "x": -76.9505202472378,      "y": 36.02168768903079     }    },   {    "attributes": {    "employeeName": "Albert", 	  "deliveryNumber": 3   },    "geometry": {     "x": -80.28022828451529,     "y": 34.9904342763449   }   }
],
...}
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