After register to geodatabase I can't see spatial elements

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06-11-2020 05:11 PM
EnriqueHernandez1
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Good Morning, I have a problem when try register a spatial query with a geodatabase, the tool of ArcCatalog do everything well, but when I want see the feature layer in ArcMAP only I can see tabular information, do you know what happen?

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George_Thompson
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Did you review this doc for all the requirements? Register a table or view with the geodatabase—ArcGIS Help | Documentation 

What was the source that was registered, a DB view?

Is the view contained within the same GDB?

--- George T.
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EnriqueHernandez1
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Hello George, thanks you by respons to my problem.

The source registered was a table created in oracle, this table have an field of type st_geometry called SHAPE and a field that has values unique and not null, this field works as OBJECTID.

Yes, this table is within the same GDB.

Yesterday I did a test, I exported the feature class to a file geodatabase and everything work ok, in ArcMAP I can see both the part spatial and data, my problem only is within GDB there, I can't see spatial elements, this GDB is in Oracle 12g and mi ArcGIS version is 10.5.1 license type Standard.

Thanks a lot for you time!!!

Schlumberger-Private

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EnriqueHernandez1
New Contributor

Hello George, thanks you by respons to my problem.

The source registered was a table created in oracle, this table have an field of type st_geometry called SHAPE and a field that has values unique and not null, this field works as OBJECTID.

Yes, this table is within the same GDB.

Yesterday I did a test, I exported the feature class to a file geodatabase and everything work ok, in ArcMAP I can see both the part spatial and data, my problem only is within GDB there, I can't see spatial elements, this GDB is in Oracle 12g and mi ArcGIS version is 10.5.1 license type Standard.

Thanks a lot for you time!!!

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George_Thompson
Esri Frequent Contributor

There must be an issue with the registration.

You may want to reach out to tech support on and create a case for this issue. It may be difficult to troubleshoot via GeoNet.

--- George T.
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EnriqueHernandez1
New Contributor

Thanks a lot George, I'll contact to technical support.

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Jesús_Manuelde_Diego_Alarcón
Occasional Contributor II

Enrique


Following the screenshot you added, it seems that the registering process understood you where working with a point feature class. I will focus on the OBJECTID filed:

- Does it follow the ESRI recomendations: numeric (specifically number 38) not null? Can you force this data type using CAST?

- Can you validate that there is no n-plicated values in that OBJECTID field?

Hope this helps

Jesús de Diego

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EnriqueHernandez1
New Contributor

Dear Jesús, thank you for you answer, efectly my OBJECTID is numeric like the picture attached and it doesn't accept values null.

The values in OBJECTID (BOTTOM_LOCATION_ID) it doesn't has repeates.

Yes, I'm working with a point feature class.

Thans for you time!!!

Schlumberger-Private

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