I created a spatial view by joining a layer and a view.
For some reason I cannot Identify features and select them on the map.
I can see the features on the map (e.g. geometry is joined)
I can open attribute table and see the whole data (e.g. it's business data is joined)
I can correctly zoom to a feature from the attribute table (e.g. geometry is correctly connected to the business data)
I even can get the Identify tool from the attribute table.
But I cannot get it from the map.
What is the problem?
ArcGIS 9.3 SDE on Oracle.
ArcGIS 9.3 Desktop
I know, that there tools are history, but some of my clients insist on continuing to use them....
Thanks in advance!
Hello, I have an update. I put my attention that part of spatial views are OK and part not.
Then I discovered that working views are without spatial index.
So I removed spatial index from the layer and got back Identify and Select on the spatial view.
I don't know what is the source of this behaviour. If I recreate the spatial index, the failure returns...
Is your Extproc configured correctly?
If you run the following SQL in the Oracle DB as the SDE user, what are the results?
select sde.ST_AsText(SDE.ST_Geometry('POINT (10 10)', 0)) from dual;
Indeed, there was a problem with EXTPROC, but now it's fixed. The check of select sde.ST_AsText(SDE.ST_Geometry('POINT (10 10)', 0)) from dual is OK.
However, I still can't identify a spatially indexed view...
Is the view fairly complex or go across 2 databases?
What is the spatial information on the view?
What is you create a simple view "select * from ......" does that work for the identify?
Regarding fixing EXTRPOC: after I fixed the EXTRPOC, the SOE which updates the layers stopped work.
Disabling EXTPROC in tnsnames/listenet/extproc of Oracle has brought SOE functionality back.
To my knowledge of the product, it should be totally opposite: the SOE should not work until the EXTRPOC is fixed...
I am not sure, I did notice in the original post that you are using a very old version of the Enterprise Geodatabase and Desktop (9.3). I would say to contact technical support and work with them, but that version has not been supported for many years.
If you can upgrade the desktop and enterprise geodatabase to a supported version, you should be able to reach out to support.
I would also agree that the EXTPROC should not have any impact on the SOE, but I am not 100% on that.