i can see that there is an attachment but it is blank after i come back into app , i can see its file name and there is option to open it but there is no picture. Fr gen popup it doesn't open at all and if you go into edit feature and then go to attachments it opens a blank image.
the image is however on the server and can be saved and then opened.
do you know were the image are stored on the server ? it may be a permissions issue
I have the same problem. I can attach a picture to a point and as long as I don't disconnect from my wireless or 3g connection, I can see the attachment. If I close out the esri app, turn off the iPad (standby), come back into the esri app, the attachment will still be available.
Once I disconnect from the network, reconnect and try to view the attached picture, a blank white picture is downloaded into the esri app. The images are available via the layer in a desktop environment, so I know the pictures are being saved, their just not being downloaded back onto the iOS app when wanted.
I was thinking database or virtual directory issues, but haven't found anything yet.
Hey just a couple of questions: What folder are you grabbing the attachments from? What directories do you have set up for you outputs? Is there any way you are able to see the rest endpoint for your attachments? One way to check is to place that feature in a web map on arcgis.com and make sure your attachments are visible. Once you do this click on a feature with attachments and see if it will download and open or if you will get sent to a broken rest endpoint.
Hay, I'm able to see the image in ArcMap via the identify tool in ArcMap. Do you get a server error code 500 similar to what I wrote below?
Russ, My attachments are being stored in a SDE GeoDatabase in SQLExpress. So I guess the folder location would be where the database is stored, at D:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data. The feature class is in a feature dataset, not sure if it matters.
I have 2 output directories. One for internal firewall, the other for external. The problem exists for both output directories. The internal is located at D:\arcgisserver\arcgisoutput\, the external is located at D:\arcgisserver_external\arcgisoutput. I am able to see the pictures I've taken as attachments in the output folders.
I tried going the ArcGIS.com route to view my attachments. Anytime I try to open an attachment, I receive an error stating "Server error - the remote name could not be resolved:'your.server.name' Code:500".