I have a survey set up that grabs data from a map in Experience Builder. One of these questions is a geoshape meant to grab a county polygon. These counties, however, are sometimes multi- polygon features and the geoshape question grabs one of the small features instead of the whole county. Is there a calculation I can set to grab the largest feature or the whole thing, or is this a limitation? See screenshots below.
I click on Los Angeles County, but it returns this little island. It's still part of the feature, but I want the whole county. But if I click on a county that isn't a multi-polygon feature, it works fine
Hi @AFackler_NAPSG ，
Thanks for sharing and this is a known limitation.
How are you pulling in the geoshape from the feature service into the new survey? I came across your post looking to solve a different problem, but this is also one I need to solve. Any guidance/links to documentation would be great!
This is set up using Experience Builder. It's a been a minute since I looked at this, but I think I remember what I did.
Basically I pulled in a web map (doesn't have to have the survey's layer), then pulled in the survey using the Survey widget in ExB. Within the survey settings that come up, I hit the switch to "Send data to this survey", chose the source layer (in this case it's basially a county layer).
From there you can chose what fields get pulled over from the Field/question section by hitting "Add Connection". To get the geometry, use the *Shape field and place it into the question in your survey asking for the geometry.
Here's a bit of documentation on this as well https://doc.arcgis.com/en/experience-builder/10.8/configure-widgets/survey-widget.htm and https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/experience-builder/real-time/using-experience-builder-and-....
Hope this helps! Still haven't found an answer for my problem but I moved onto other projects and probably won't be coming back to doing this.