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08-15-2019 09:46 PM
JamieBurmeister
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I have a WPF application that allows users to select features on a map; from that selection the application fetches associated data from a specialized service. This was working well until I loaded this layer into a FeatureLayer. No symbols display on the map but you can still perform a select query on the features. Obviously the user needs to be able to see what they're selecting. So this seems like a bug to me.

I tried loading the root service layer (here) as an ArcGISMapImageLayer and that displayed the Meter layer correctly. So I know the layer is there and working, I just can't select features on the map unless it's a FeatureLayer which doesn't render anything.

Any help with this problem would be much appreciated, thanks.

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MichaelBranscomb
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HI,

You need to apply the patch: https://community.esri.com/community/developers/native-app-developers/blog/2019/07/24/announcing-the... 

But note you will also need to update your server to at least 10.4 to remain supported and obtain an available patch.

Cheers

Mike

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PreetiMaske
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I noticed ArcGIS server version is pretty old. I suspect something is going wrong when reading symbols for not only for `Meter` layer but many other layers when added as FeatureLayer. I will investigate this internally and let you know once I have more information on this.

Thanks,

Preeti

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PreetiMaske
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http://maps.whakatane.govt.nz/arcgis/rest/services/Geocortex/WaterSupplyXivicIntegration/MapServer/1...

Looking at the advanced symbols in the layer using above link I see that the CIM Vector Marker Layer is missing geometry information, so there is no way we can render it. I am not exactly sure how that would have happened. Perhaps there was some issue with publishing in 10.2. 

For this issue I suggest to upgrade the server version ( or may be apply patch 10.2.2) and try to republish the layer.

I hope this will resolve the bad symbol issue.

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MichaelBranscomb
Esri Frequent Contributor

HI,

You need to apply the patch: https://community.esri.com/community/developers/native-app-developers/blog/2019/07/24/announcing-the... 

But note you will also need to update your server to at least 10.4 to remain supported and obtain an available patch.

Cheers

Mike

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JamieBurmeister
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Thanks for the info. The services were updated to 10.6.1 but the problem was still there so we applied the patch you pointed us to. With that in place, it's now working fine. Thanks a lot for the help guys.

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