Web App Builder Basemap Bug

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07-15-2019 04:31 PM
MarlboroughDistrict_Council
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Hi

I'm having an issue where the scale visiblity settings on layers within a basemap are being ignored after the basemap has been switched in the web app builder.

 

I have a custom basemap which contains three tile caches. One is set to view when zoomed out and it then switches to the other two when zoomed in.

 

e.g. when zoomed out

and when zoomed in

 

This is how it is saved in the webmap (which is shared with the basemap group)

https://marlborough.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=8bc422733c6848dfaf01cc522dc209a9

 

There are some other basemaps as well which contain either one or two tile caches.

 

This is the webmap used in the web app builder https://marlborough.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=3c12c954d2394241971edbbb097d6822. If you change basemap from the default 'MDC Basemap/Aerials' to something else e.g. 'MDC Topographic'. Then change back to 'MDC Basemap/Aerials' this all seems to work ok.

 

However. In a web app builder pointing to the same map https://marlborough.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=09b642b595d24ab8afed5b476b8e55e1, if you change basemap tool and do the same thing as above, the scale settings are ignored and the three tile caches display at all levels when you switch back to MDC Basemap/Aerials.

 

Help..... is this a bug?

 

Thanks

 

3 Replies
MarlboroughDistrict_Council
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It looks like exactly the same thing happens when using the Web App Builder in Portal (10.7)

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MarlboroughDistrict_Council
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For anyone else who looks at this, it is apparently already a known bug

BUG-000101812

When a custom basemap is created with a visibility scale set from a webmap, upon switching basemaps in Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS and switching back to the custom basemap, the visibility scale is not honored.

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MarlboroughDistrict_Council
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Still a bug in 10.8.1 and AGOL as of Sep 2020.

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