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05-15-2023 07:23 AM
dwold
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Does anyone know what this means:

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 I get it when trying to submit a survey

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DougBrowning
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My guess would be test_url is the issue.  That could be over 255 pretty easy.  If you need that field in the service then set the bind::esri:fieldLength to something bigger and see if it goes.

You also have some super long labels which I am honestly not sure what that will do.  Kinda surprised it can be that big since that becomes the field alias.  You attribute table must look weird?

Also on target_value_percent you have really long relevants but it almost looks like you have all the options in there?  If you you can just check for blank instead.

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DougBrowning
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It means you are trying to add too much text to a question usually.  For example a state field with a size 2 and someone tries to add Arizona.  Check your text fields to see if you are over the field size on any of them.  They should default to 255 but they may be set as smaller.  It can also be a sting in a number field or I think a big photo.  

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dwold
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@DougBrowning Thanks for that tip Doug. I don't think it would be a field having too much text. I am doing some test surveys and by default just inputting Test as an answer. I don't have any numbers in the bind::esri:fieldLength column. I do have a picture and video, but I can submit a survey with no text entries, so I think it has something to do with it not liking text entries. New to this but how do I check if I have a sting in a number field?

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DougBrowning
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My guess would be test_url is the issue.  That could be over 255 pretty easy.  If you need that field in the service then set the bind::esri:fieldLength to something bigger and see if it goes.

You also have some super long labels which I am honestly not sure what that will do.  Kinda surprised it can be that big since that becomes the field alias.  You attribute table must look weird?

Also on target_value_percent you have really long relevants but it almost looks like you have all the options in there?  If you you can just check for blank instead.

dwold
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yes, it definitely has something to do with lines 227 and 228. I am going to keep trying different things. 

Also, yes, the attribute table does look weird, but I have set fieldType to null on all the notes with very long labels so it hides all those fields. Still a bit odd looking but clears some things up.

DougBrowning
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Just crank up the size to like 1000.  I do this on all my comments fields no problem.

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