I am running into a problem where I want to use the InBox to edit existing features in a feature service. I crated my survey from the feature service. As I tested the resulting survey, I discovered the issue where I am not able to add photos. Looking through GeoNet, the solution is to nest the image question in a repeat. I edited the Excel spreadsheet with the repeat and tried to republish. I received a "The custom feature service <submission url> is not compatible with this survey (Table <Table_Name> not found). I am assuming that I am getting this error because I did not create the feature service with the table. Has anyone else run into this issue where you need to add a repeat/table to a feature service created outside of S123, and you can't because the table is not already created? I tried a bunch of solutions and none of them have worked so far.
Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
I have a quick question for what you are attempting to truly accomplish with this post? Are you wanting to add in multiple photos to the initial survey or do you want to have a true repeat that contains other questions along with the photo? If you are attempting to just add multiple photos to the original survey, then this should be fairly easy to accomplish. However, if you are in need of adding a repeat to record additional information, then this is might be more challenging to accomplish and requires some testing.
I know that if you are simply attempting to add multiple photos to the initial survey feature geometry, then you could do the following -
I have tested this above and it works as expected.
If you are looking to enable a repeat that creates a related table to hold additional information, then you might be able to complete this is a different manner and I am unsure if this would work? I have not tried this, but in theory (PLEASE TEST ON A SAMPLE DATASET) you should be able to
This is very tricky in nature and I have NOT tested the second option on a live service, but it depends on what your end goal is for this survey? The original survey with multiple photos attached to the feature being created (option 1) or a survey that contains one feature with a related table that contains additional information along with photos?
Did anyone try this solution?