In the Beta program, someone else pointed out this problem, but it still exists in the release. If I share a map as Runtime content (ArcMap 10.3PR), and domain names contain spaces, Runtime for .NET throws an "Item not found in the database" exception when I try to open a feature table. This appears to be specific for .NET, as I can open the same gdb in Runtime for Qt and display layers. Is there a way to submit this as a bug? The online support center doesn't list Runtime for .NET as a product yet.
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Yea I'm running into this bug as well. For testing purposes I will be trying to get a python script that will rename domains without spaces, but definitely hope this one will be patched quickly as the database I'm working on has 300+ domains with spaces in the names.