In short: the attribute table widget in web app builder not showing values for integer fields with coded values.
At least thats my take on the issue.
I have a web app created with the fold-able theme from AGOL embedded WebApp Builder. Im trying to use the attribute table widget to view data of one AGOL hosted feature layer (Survey123 connect created feature layer). When I open the attribute table widget, I see all data rows but im missing a bunch of data values (just blank). Doing a little digging, it these fields are all integer and they use coded values with 3 unique domains. The data is associated with the layer, and can been viewed using the popup, layer overview page, and even by exporting the table as a CSV from the attribute table widget (showing blank values).
Currently, Im unsure what is driving the issue, i see BUG-000119150 : When a field contains a Range Domain, values do not appear in the Attribute Table widget in Web App Builder. But that specifically calls out range domains, not coded values.
Anyone else having the issues with a work around?
This is happening to me too, with coded values. The labels show up in the attribute table initially, but if I make an attribute edit then refresh the table, the values in those fields disappear. The data is in there when I look at the popup, just not the attribute table. Very frustrating.
I am having this issue as well. I have a SQL database sitting on a server with a feature class with a coded value domain applied. I published that feature service to ArcGIS Server behind ArcGIS Enterprise without issue. This issue was not occurring prior to our upgrading to ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1. While on ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7 our users could edit with the smart editor, save, clear selection or refresh, and the table would display the correct information. Now once editing is complete, neither the coded values or descriptions show up in that field.
However the other unit types have a separate domain for their unit_id. it only appears to affect the domain that was edited. if unit 1 uses domain a, and unit 2 uses domain b, only the features using the edited domain have no value in that field. I have back tracked all the way back to the SQL database and double checking my domains and looking for nulls or some other manual entry that could be causing this but I dont see anything that sticks out to me.
Hi @EricCarlton, you can try to see if this works as expected when you add the widget again, or when you create a new web map and a new web app. But for this case I believe someone may need to take a closer look at your data, web map and app configuration. I would recommend contacting Esri Support so they can help narrow down the source of the issue. Thank you!