Hello, I've published a survey and collected data in Survey123. When using Chrome to access survey123.arcgis.com the map view zooms to the records location but the table has no data and I get the error message "An error occured while loading the page. Some features may not work". I can however export the data. This is the case with all my surveys when using Chrome. I tried using Internet Explorer and everything seems to work normal. is there a bug using Chrome anddoes anyone know a fix for this.
So... if you've read this and have the same issue it was as easy as clearing the browsing data in chrome (menu - more tools - clear browsing data). This became an issue beyond Survey123 and started affecting web apps and other ArcGIS Online features, after calling esri support clearing browsing data worked.
I also have this issue. I've cleared the browser history, cookies, cache, ect., in both Chrome and IE, and have restarted my computer a couple times.
Still receiving "An error occurred while loading the page. Some features may not work." when clicking on the Data tab.
This happens in both Chrome and IE.
From the Data tab, I can export the data into an excel file and see it that way, but would really like to view the table on the Data tab, be able to click each individual row, and download each form report as needed.
Things that ran thru my mind:
Too many rows of data on the xlsForm; I have 1,055 rows. Is there a limit??
extra geopoints [set to null, and using pulldata() for x,y]
somewhat complex relevant and/or calculation fields
So I removed all that, and published a very simple survey. Same issue: "An error occurred...."
Analyze tab is populated and seems to work ok.
Any other ideas as to what I can try to resolve not being able to see the Data table?
When you see the error "An error occurred while loading the page. Some features may not work.", it means an error occurred when loading the feature table in the Data page. As Evan mentioned above, it could be a browser cache issue. However, seems you have got no luck after clearing the cache.
Would you mind trying to publish the same survey you mentioned in "and published a very simple survey. Same issue: "" on another computer to see if the issue still exists? If yes, it could be caused by the survey itself, if no, then it's not related to the survey itself and could still be caused by the browser's cache/AGO account settings...
I was able to publish another survey, and the Data tab seems works fine; shows the table, etc.
I still cannot see the Data table on the "more complex" survey, even after publishing it a few different times.
Is there a limit on the number of rows in the xlsForm? i.e. columns shown on the Data table?
I am having the same issue. Same error regardless of browser or cleared cache. I have republished many times too. Completed surveys appear to be submitting and I can export just fine. Any chance you can look at my survey as well?
Thanks for your feedback.
Currently, we are aware of this error in the following two cases:
Both of them share a common background: you can reproduce the issue by adding the survey layer to the Map Viewer in ArcGIS Online and try to open the table there, the error message could be "Accessing data failed" or something else.
Please let us know if you encountered either of the above cases. Otherwise, we may need your help to work with Esri Support Service to identify other cases that are not on our radar.
Zhifang Wang I am currently experiencing the same error when trying to access the Data tab of a survey: "An error occurred while loading the page. Some features may not work."
I have been through and checked for reserved words in the survey name and found one. I have since removed it and republished but the error still occurs. The settings for the layer are the same as you have shown in your screenshot. Until this is fixed, is there another way I can remove survey submissions? We have some test data in the dataset so I need to remove entire rows (submissions) but can't do this via the Survey123 website with this error.
I have also tested the error in Chrome and IE browsers and it is the same there.
Also, whilst trying to view the attribute table in Map Viewer I get: "Error: Accessing data failed"