I know this question is already asked in a similiar way but still, I want to ask if it is possible to use the full extent of an integer format (2.147.483.647) somehow. I use an integer field to get monetary amounts. They can reach up to 2 billions. So Integer should work fine but instead only 9 digits are possible in Survey123 even if I set an Input mask to 0000000000.
Any suggestions to solve this Problem without using a text field?
The issue with integer fields being limited to 9 digits has actually now been fixed in the 3.4 beta builds which are available on EAC here: https://earlyadopter.esri.com/project/version/default.html?cap=e69ef91f45744b98882c651f7b518eb7&artt...
This fix will be made available in the next release, currently there is no way to work around it in the app as it is a hard coded limitation due to underlying issues that have now been resolved.
I am facing this issue in version 3.9.
- I have prepared a survey using https://survey123.arcgis.com/ version 3.9 and have used Number field with only integer values to capture phone numbers (10 digits).
- I have applied min- 1000000000 & Max-9999999999 (value restriction) to the field.
- If opened this survey in Survey123 app (version 3.9.148) installed on my phone (Android 8.1.0) and Phone number field (integer) is not accepting more than 9 digits.
- Same field works fine if I open it in browser instead of Survey123 App.
Please confirm, if this is a regression & is there is any workaround to handle this.