Collector not passing attributes to Survey123 when using external device

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07-27-2020 10:41 AM
AmeWunderle
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I have set up a survey in Survey123 that doesn't have its own geopoint question. We are hoping to collect high precision data with Collector and pass the location, the identification fields we need plus the GNSS Metadata directly into Survey123. The feature service was set up in ArcGIS Pro with all GNSS Metadata fields added using the Add GPS Metadata Fields tool as suggested in the documentation (Prepare for high-accuracy data collection—ArcGIS Collector | Documentation ). The reason we are not using pulldata functions directly within Survey123 is that we need to use GPS Averaging, in particular we need to record the number of points averaged and the standard deviation, neither of which were options for the pulldata functions for geopoints in the survey123 documentation.

The workflow works great for internal GPS devices (iOS), all metadata that is recorded in collector when updating the geometry of a point passes into survey123 without any issue. However, once we hook up the external device (we are using the eos Arrow and we are using Trimble R1), it will collect the data in Collector but not pass over some of the fields into survey123. But it does pass over the identification fields and 2 of the location fields. 

I know that there may be some interference between apps, however setting collector to use the external device and survey123 to use the internal device is also not working. 

Suggestions??

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AmeWunderle
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So the problem was the receiver name as it had a "#" in it. It populated the beginning of the field which is why I didn't catch it before. If there is a # in the url, survey123 won't read in the values after that character. Sharing in case anyone else has a similar issue.

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AmeWunderle
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So the problem was the receiver name as it had a "#" in it. It populated the beginning of the field which is why I didn't catch it before. If there is a # in the url, survey123 won't read in the values after that character. Sharing in case anyone else has a similar issue.

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