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Survey creating two feature layers

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04-21-2023 01:54 AM
IlkaIllers1
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Hello!

I have recently realised that my surveys started to create two different featured layers. They both have the same name (like the survey), but one has an added "_results" at the end. They seem to be identical. Can anyone tell me why that is happening? 

The surveys were designed in Connect and I was wondering if I added something wrong somewhere in the XLS form.

When viewed in AGOL, this is a difference I can see:

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Thanks!

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LeonS
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The feature layer ending in "_results" is a data view that points back to the other feature layer and has limited privileges for those you want to share the results of the survey with

From the ArcGIS Survey123 Resources page:

The What data can viewers see options allow you to choose whether viewers can see all records submitted to the survey or only their own submissions. The default is to allow viewers to see all records.

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Saving the settings in the Share results section creates a hosted feature layer view named SurveyName_results (previously named SurveyName_stakeholder), which controls access to the survey's results. You can use this hosted feature layer view in other view-only applications such as ArcGIS StoryMaps.

 

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LeonS
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The feature layer ending in "_results" is a data view that points back to the other feature layer and has limited privileges for those you want to share the results of the survey with

From the ArcGIS Survey123 Resources page:

The What data can viewers see options allow you to choose whether viewers can see all records submitted to the survey or only their own submissions. The default is to allow viewers to see all records.

...

Saving the settings in the Share results section creates a hosted feature layer view named SurveyName_results (previously named SurveyName_stakeholder), which controls access to the survey's results. You can use this hosted feature layer view in other view-only applications such as ArcGIS StoryMaps.

 

IlkaIllers1
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Thank you, that is good to know.

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